About Us.

The License to Work campaign is led by the Transit Table, a coalition convened by the Chicago Jobs Council. We are social service providers, advocates, and other stakeholders working to eliminate transportation barriers that keep people out of work and in poverty.

There are organizations from across the state at the Transit Table. If you would like to learn more and become part of the coalition, contact us today!


License to Work Act Supporters

ACLU Illinois

Americans for Prosperity--Illinois

BlueEarth Deconstruction

Breakthrough Urban Ministries

Brighton Park Neighborhood Council

Cabrini Green Legal Aid

Cara Chicago

Chicago Appleseed Fund for Justice

Chicago Center for Arts and Technology

Chicago Coalition for the Homeless

Chicago Council of Lawyers

Chicago CRED

Chicago Jobs Council

Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights

Chicago Scaffolding Inc.

Chicago Teachers Union

Community Assistance Programs

Community Renewal Society

Comprehensive Community Solutions

Cook County Sheriff’s Office

Employment & Employer Services

Great Lakes Yard

Growing Home

Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights

Howard Area Community Center

Illinois Asset Building Group

Illinois Hunger Coalition

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Illinois YouthBuild Coalition, Inc.

Jane Addams Resource Corporation

John Howard Association of Illinois

Juvenile Justice Initiative

Law Office of the Cook County Public Defender

Navicore Solutions

New Moms

North Lawndale Employment Network

Peoria Citizens Committee for Economic Opportunity

POWER-PAC, a project of COFI

Revolution Workshop

Safer Foundation

Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law

Scott Simpson Builders

SEIU Healthcare

Social Change

SOUL in Action

St. Leonard’s Ministries

Women Employed

Woodstock Institute

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