The Chicago Sun-Times Launches Impact Chicago Initiative to Recognize Individuals and Companies Making a Real Difference for the People of Chicago
Impact Chicago will focus first on jobs and those making an impact in job creation.
By: Chicago Sun-Times
Impact Chicago: Jobs, the first focus of the initiative, launched June 11th with a call for nominations in the Sun-Times. This article included a video featuring Sun-Times CEO, Edwin Eisendrath; he stated, "Since no one covers Chicago like the Sun-Times, we're in a unique position to recognize the positive impact we see across the city."
Nominations are being accepted for the Impact Chicago Jobs Awards through midnight July 9th via this nomination form.
About Impact Chicago: Jobs
The program focuses on the businesses bringing jobs and opportunities to Chicago communities by moving to the city, expanding operations or through innovative job skills training programs and unique hiring practices.
As the hardest-working paper in Chicago, the Sun-Times is well suited to identify and recognize the people and groups working hard to make a difference.
Make a Nomination
The online nomination form is now live. The criteria are straightforward:
About the Chicago Sun-Times
The Chicago Sun-Times is a distinctly Chicago news organization, with a focus on impactful investigations, sports, politics and reporting stories that matter to the working men and women of Chicago. By investing in new, multi-platform production and delivery capabilities, the Sun-Times meets news consumers where they are and provides advertising partners with real value. Impact Chicago represents the Sun-Times' commitment to the people of Chicago and reaffirms its dedication to reporting on, and honoring, truly impactful work being done across the city.
CONTACT: Joe Johnson