Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
The Bradford Group
College of American Pathologists (CAP)
Des Plaines Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Emergency Nurses Association (ENA)
Glenview Department of Public Works
John Crane, Inc.
Lechner & Sons
Mechanical Contractors Association
NorthShore University HealthSystem
Sysco Chicago, Inc.
Business and Industry Rental Services
Our Workforce Solutions team supports the continuing education and professional development needs of our business and industry partners. Events include but are not limited to:
- Seminars & Workshops
- Professional Development
- Training Sessions
Whatever the business need, Oakton’s Workforce Solutions team will make sure your event is a success. Our experienced staff will ensure that your needs are met, providing personalized guidance and service at every stage of the planning process. Contact us now at email@example.com for more information or to tour the facilities.
Oakton offers a variety of facilities to rent. Whether you're hosting a meeting, training session, or conference, we'll make sure your event is a success.
Oakton Community College provides an excellent venue for your events. A wide variety of meetings spaces are available and include:
- Multipurpose event rooms with flexible seating configurations: 300 banquet style, 800 auditorium style, 500 classroom style.
- Breakout rooms that accommodate 16 to 64 people.
- Computer labs and high-tech instructional space
Oakton is equipped with state-of-the art audio visual equipment and knowledgeable technical support staff. Basic media services are included in the rental rate.
The College provides a full catering menu through our onsite catering service.
Oakton's Des Plaines campus features computer labs, fully equipped theater, art museum, meeting rooms and other multipurpose areas available for rental.
Meeting facilities at Oakton's Skokie campus include multipurpose rooms with flexible space options as well as computer labs.
For more information about renting space at Oakto, please call 847.635.1932.