On Tuesday, March 25, Trib Nation Events presents Chicago Forward: Jobs for the Future, the second event in an ongoing series associated with the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board’s “A New Plan of Chicago” initiative. Key business, labor and education leaders will discuss job scarcity and how the city can achieve economic prosperity both in its commercial center and surrounding neighborhoods. Tribune Editorial Board member Greg Burns will lead the discussion. For more information about “A New Plan of Chicago,” which invites readers to address the challenges facing our city, visit chicagotribune.com/plan.
In conversation with Greg Burns:
- Steven Koch - Deputy Mayor, Chicago
- Paula Wolff - Chair of the Board, City Colleges of Chicago
- Jorge Ramirez - President, Chicago Federation of Labor
When: March 25, 2014, 6 p.m.
Where: Venue SIX10, The Spertus Institute, 610 S. Michigan Ave.
Tickets: Tickets are $20 and available for purchase at tribnation.com/events. Ticket sales will benefit the Chicago Tribune Foundation, which promotes education, access to the arts and journalism programs in low-income areas.
About Chicago Forward:Chicago Forward: Conversations About the Future is part of Chicago Tribune’s Trib Nation, which offers events, seminars and programming to the Chicago community. Presented by ComEd, Chicago Forward gathers business and government leaders and national influencers to discuss issues vital to Chicago and Illinois. Audiences participate by asking questions of the panel and mingling with the speakers during a post-discussion reception.