Community Career Center Honors Their Volunteers

Volunteers at the Community Career Center in Naperville were honored by the Board of Director’s and staff at their annual Volunteer Appreciation Celebration held at TopGolf on April 26, 2016 in their honor.  Celebrating 20 years, the Community Career Center in Naperville assists over 1,100 job seekers annually through the talent of over 50 volunteers. During the past year, over 2,211 hours of service has been given qualifying the group as a whole for the Gold President’s Service Award.  The Center took pride in recognizing and honoring each of its volunteers on Tuesday night.

The President of the United States has signed a proclamation in support of volunteers as one of America’s most valuable assets and calling the public’s attention to all that they do to improve our communities. Additionally, the President’s Volunteer Service Award seeks to inspire by example, honoring the service of our country’s most committed volunteers and sharing their achievements to encourage more Americans to volunteer. 

Volunteer Michael Doody received the Silver President’s Volunteer Service Award for volunteering a minimum of 250 hours of service. Volunteers Orin Albrecht, Les Balick, Dave Rahn, and Joy Maguire-Dooley individually received the Bronze President’s Volunteer Service Award for volunteering a minimum of 100 hours of their service. Each of these volunteers received a personalized certificate of achievement together with a congratulatory letter from the President of the United States.

The Community Career Center is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to “empower the job seeker.”  The Center provides a professional setting in which to conduct an effective and successful job search including one-on-one individualized Career Exploration appointments, job search related workshops, networking and accountability groups, and workstations for their job seekers.  For more information, contact 630-961-5665 or visit our website at  

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