Since 2001, the CTTC has focused on workforce and educational development for underprivileged students and adults in order for them to work toward and ultimately achieve their educational and employment goals in today's high-tech world. The CTTC serves as an Illinois WorkNet portal that provides a link for community residents to free online training, resources and workshops that promote workforce training and community empowerment.
The CTTC Lab is further utilized by many Urban League programs including: the DCFS WASSUP Program, GAP, 21st Century, Youth Build Program, and Freedom School. The League remains dedicated to being part of a larger network of workforce professionals committed to raising the economic standards, health and technology education level of the Springfield community.
The Springfield Urban League would like to expand the CTTC lab's training opportunities. The lab is available for rent by individuals, agencies and associations, that provide or require computer based certification testing as well as those groups that conduct hands-on software training. To date, the lab has provided access to the digital world for community members seeking software training and web access, Child Development Associate credentialing, Illinois Food Handlers Training and Certification, and the Illinois Department of Human Services conducting software testing. If you are interested in additional information, please email email@example.com.
Community Technology Training Center Hours and Regulations
SUL Community Technology Training Center is open from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday, with access limited to 10 people.
Lab users may not bring duffel bags, back packs or other large items into the lab.
Lab computers are available on a first-come, first served basis and can only be used for the following:
- Software skill development
- Resume construction and refinement
- Employment application completion and submission
- Receipt and sending of email
- Program development activities by Urban League staff
- Tax preparation
- Completion of professional certifications
The computer lab is not available for the following:
- Cooling or warming location
- Browsing not related to workforce development
- The League remains dedicated to being part of a larger network of workforce professionals committed to raising the economic standards, health and technology education level of the Springfield community.
Courses are not being offered at this time.
The CTTC Lab is located at the Springfield Urban League's Administrative Office located at 100 N. 11th Street in Springfield, Illinois.