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Our Clients

Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

Ballard Rehabilitation

The Bradford Group

College of American Pathologists (CAP)

The Cradle

Des Plaines Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Emergency Nurses Association (ENA)


Glenview Department of Public Works

John Crane, Inc.


Lechner & Sons

Mather LifeWays

Mechanical Contractors Association

NorthShore University HealthSystem

Summit Industries

Sysco Chicago, Inc.

Wheels, Inc.

Workforce Solutions for Business and Industry

To stay competitive in today’s fast-changing business world, companies and their employees must boost their productivity, learn new skills, and refine existing procedures.

The Workforce Solutions team at Oakton Community College can help. Designed to enhance the critical skills of your employees, we offer a wide array of consulting services and customized training programs.

Workforce Solutions
On campus or at your workplace, Oakton's knowledgeable professionals offer a variety of workshops, courses, and customized training solutions to increase your organization’s capacity to succeed.

Current Course Offerings
View or register online for our current available classes.

Host Your Continuing Education or Professional Development Event at Oakton
Let us help you host a successful event! Oakton boasts excellent facilities for meetings, seminars, conferences and more. 

Illinois Workforce Center
Illinois workforce centers offer opportunities for job seekers to find employment, and help to business and industry in finding pre-screened job ready candidates. A wide array of employment services needed to support your workforce needs are available through the Illinois Workforce Center located at Oakton Community College. For more information on our Illinois Workforce Center services call 847.376.7227 or visit

Faculty Profile

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From working with homeless children to her current position, Sheila Maloney throws her heart into early childhood education.

Manufacturing Expo

More than 450 high school students anually participate in Oakton's Manufacturing Expo, learning more about careers in this rapidly-growing field.