Disclaimer Good Jobs Chicagoland (“GJC”) makes no representation, warranty or guarantee regarding the use of GJC’s website or mobile app and the information and materials accessed through either; GJC’s website and mobile app and materials and information accessed through either are provided on an “as is”, “as available” and “with all faults” basis, without any representations, warranties, guarantees, or conditions of any kind, express, implied or statutory. GJC does not guarantee that access to GJC’s website and mobile app will be uninterrupted or error-free, that defects will be corrected, or that the website or mobile app is free of viruses, bugs, or other harmful components.

GJC may change, modify, substitute, suspend, or remove without notice any features on, or materials and information accessed through, GJC website or mobile app from time to time. Access to GJC’s website or mobile app and/or its services may also be occasionally restricted to allow for repairs, maintenance, or the introduction of new information or services. GJC will attempt to restore such access as soon as is reasonably possible.

GJC does not endorse, sponsor, or provide preferential treatment to, any third-party websites or persons or other entities associated with third-party websites. GJC does not control third-party websites and, therefore, does not warrant that third-party websites are accurate or reliable or have operational links. By selecting a link to a third-party website, users leave the website or mobile app and become subject to the terms of use, privacy, and security policies of the owners/sponsors/operators of the third-party website. By selecting a link to a third-party website, users release GJC from any liability for any injury to any person or property caused by the user’s or users’ accessing a third-party website via a link on GJC’s website.

Privacy Policy Introduction

Good Jobs Chicagoland (“GJC”) is committed to maintaining your online privacy. GJC’s online Privacy Policy applies to data collected from the Good Jobs Chicagoland website.

We do not collect personal information without your permission. Any information that you volunteer, or that we send to you in response, is transferred using industry standard encryption technologies. For more information about being safe online, visit the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Stop. Think. Connect.

The following explains GJC’s privacy policy for all visitors to GJC websites.

Information Gathering and Cookies

If you visit GJC’s website to read or download information, such as events, reports or news, we only capture and store the domain name of your computer (for example, gmail.com) and other related information to speed up the performance of web page delivery. We collect no other personal information.

We may use analytic and security tools hosted by third parties or managed within GJC as part of maintaining our web presence. These tools help us measure traffic and usage trends for our website and help ensure that this service remains available to all users. We use cookies* to deliver website functionality and enhance your experience. For example, cookies allow us to maintain continuity during interactions with the website and collect statistics that help us optimize speed and performance. You may see evidence of these tools stored as cookies on your personal computer after visiting GJC’s website.

On-line Transactions

For online transactions conducted on GJC’s website, you will be asked to enter certain information about yourself and/or the organization with which you are affiliated. The specifics of this information will vary as required by the type of transaction (e.g., online job applications, event forms and online payment of donations).

In each case, any information submitted online for these activities is subject to the same safeguards as if you had engaged in these activities in person rather than over the Internet. Information collected in the course of the transaction is used in order to conduct the online transactions with GJC, to communicate with you about your transaction, or provide information that may be useful to you. Our goal is to collect only enough information as is reasonable to perform our Services and to let you know when providing personal information is optional.

Please be aware that fraudulent email scams called “phishing” have been increasing in frequency. “Phishing” involves a victim receiving an e-mail appearing to be from a legitimate business. The email may also contain what appears to be a legitimate link to that organization (e.g., gjc.org or goodjobschicagoland.net). Victims are then encouraged to enter personal information including credit card numbers and expiration dates.

GJC will not request confidential personal or financial information from our customers via an unsolicited email. GJC will also never send you an unsolicited e-mail containing a link to a GJC website where confidential personal or financial information is requested. If you receive such an email, purportedly from GJC, you are encouraged to immediately contact info@goodjobschicagoland.com. For more general information about “phishing” visit the Federal Trade Commission web site.

Data Sharing

GJC understands the value of personal information and works to protect the personal information we collect

Grant of License

EDA hereby grants to Recipient a non-exclusive, royalty-free right to use the ARPA and Good Jobs Logos for the limited purposes described above (the“License”). Recipient agrees that: (1) the ARPA and Good Jobs Logos will not be used in a way that would suggest that it is the property of Recipient or any other third party, and (2) Recipient will include the following notice in conjunction with its use of the ARPA or Good Jobs Logo, as appropriate: “The [ARPA and/or Good Jobs] Logo[s] [is/are] a trademark of the Economic Development Administration, used with permission.” This License does not grant Recipient the right to use any seal, emblem, logo, or other symbol of the U.S. Department of Commerce or EDA that is not the ARPA or Good Jobs Logos.