Job search can be lonely. 

Fortunately, there are many resources available 

to help job seekers conduct a productive search. 

Please note the list of local resources below is by no means exhaustive. 

Do you have a clear direction of your career path?

Direct Hire Candidates

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Career Coaches provide professionals with 

advice and direction on a variety of next steps: 


Find clarity

Build confidence

Redefine career path

 Find a new perspective

 Develop goals and objectives

 Motivate change

 Inspire new decision-making


  noquo has connections with a wide array of 

experienced, professional career coaches. 

Information on specific coaches is available upon request.  

Return Candidates

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Are you looking for an opportunity to reenter the workforce 

after a  career break? You are not alone. 

There are approximately 3 million professional women 

seeking to resume their careers after a hiatus. 




Join a local Lean In Circle.

noquo leads three Back-To-Work Lean In Circles to support 

stay-at-home moms in the Chicago metro area 

relaunch their careers after a break.  



iRelaunch

Return To Work Roadmap 

Step-By-Step Career Relaunch Strategy

Online Resource



Have you recently had someone review your resume?

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Local Career Resource Centers

  • How confident are you in your elevator pitch?
  • Are your technical skills up to par?
  • When was the last time you felt really great about an interview?


Resource Centers provide a range of services from workshops, networking and accountability groups to individual career assessment, coaching, resume review services, interview practice and technology skills development.


Career & Networking Center

Palatine, IL


Career Resource Center

Lake Forest, IL


Career Transitions Center

Chicago, Il


Career & Networking Center

Naperville, IL


Willow Creek Care Center

South Barrington, IL   *


workNet DuPage Career Center

Lisle, IL


Is networking a key part of your job search?

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Local Job Clubs

Job Clubs provide a networking support group for job seekers meant to encourage one another’s job search in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Leaders and participants often share effective interviewing techniques, networking strategies, and other relevant job search strategies. Some clubs also share job leads.


Career Transition Networking Group

Wheaton Bible Church - West Chicago, IL  *


Holy Family Job Ministry

Holy Family Catholic Church - Inverness, IL


Lisle Township Job Club

Lisle Township - Lisle, IL


St. Raphael Catholic Church

St. Raphael Catholic Church - Naperville, IL   *


St. Thomas the Apostle Jobs Ministry

St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church - Naperville, IL   *



* Faith-based

What are you reading?

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of or services provided by the resources listed.