"I have something, you have another, and together we have something bigger and more beautiful." — Pope Francis
Teaching Together Chicago believes that people with disabilities can have great success in the labor market when they have the right supports and are given a chance!
Teaching Together facilitates on-the-job experience and training for adults with disabilities so they can work as paid interns in faith-based schools where their gifts and contributions are greatly needed!
How It Works
Through partnerships with social services agencies who are experts in vocational training and placement, interns are screened, trained, and coached. Ongoing support is provided before, during and after the internship to ensure successful outcomes for all.
Research shows hiring individuals with disabilities:
- Improves work culture and increases job morale.
- Does not increase insurance liability or workman’s compensation insurance rates.
- Expands employment opportunities for those with disabilities.
Become a TTC Intern
Do you want to apply for the internship program?
Faith-based School Personnel
Do you work for a Faith-based School?
Social Services Agencies
Do you want to participate in Teaching Together?
Become a TTC Mentor
We need volunteers to assist our interns.
Social Service Agencies
Help Support Our Next Success Story
Your tax-deductible donation helps young adults with disabilities become active members of the workforce and their communities by providing on-the-job training. You’ll help open doors to future employment that have been previously closed.
Let's Teach Together!
Teaching Together has successfully (and proudly) helped young adults gain skills they are now using as paid employees. We’d love to talk to you about how we can work together to improve the lives of those living with daily challenges!
Teaching Together Chicago is a program of Center for Independence through Conductive Education Inc., an Illinois nonprofit under Section 501 C 3 of the Internal Revenue Code. The mission of the Center is to help people with disabilities achieve their highest level of potential.
Learn more about the Center.