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From Being Homeless to Having a Career: Single Mom Grateful for Quad County Urban League's Workforce Development

Iesha Walker endured divorce, the murder of her mother, and homelessness; she never imagined she’d have a career. But her life changed after she learned about the workforce development programs offered by the Quad County Urban League. The nonprofit helps anyone in DuPage, Kane, Kendall or Will counties who wants to become financially self-sufficient. You can learn more here.

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