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
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 Urban League
Community Renewal Society
Comprehensive Community Solutions
Cook County Sheriff’s Office
Employment & Employer Services
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
Safer Foundation
Sargent Shriver National Center on
     Poverty Law
SEIU Healthcare
Social Change
St. Leonard’s Ministries
Women Employed
Woodstock Institute