CHICAGO (WLS) --Whole Foods is opening a new location in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood this fall.
The store is expected to be a source of healthy food and jobs in an area that desperately needs both.
Whole Foods will be looking to fill about 90 positions later this year.
Anyone interested in applying should attend an information session in the Great Hall at Kennedy-King College at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.
For those who cannot make it Wednesday, another session will be held in the same location at 5:30 p.m. on May 19.
The session is the second of a three-part Career Orientation series Whole Foods is hosting. The session will cover the application, hiring and interviewing processes along with what it is like to work at Whole Foods Market.
Positions at the new Englewood location have not been posted yet.