Social services

Workers Compensation Strategists
1503 E. 53rd St. #899, Chicago, IL
We are civil rights lawyers and advocates working to secure racial equity and economic opportunity for all. We provide legal representation through partnerships with the private bar, and we collaborate with grassroots organizations and other advocacy groups to implement community-based solutions that advance civil rights.
Bright Community Services
Bright Community Services
2823 N. Milwaukee, 2nd Floor
Chicago IL 60618

Over the next several years, Bright plans to implement other programs and services:

– An entrepreneurial institute with training in a wide range of subjects that are useful for those starting their own businesses.
– An early childhood (pre-kindergarten) curriculum for parents to use with their own children, with age-specific activities and materials that are targeted to the skills that a child is developing during each of their early years of life.
(773) 597-8865
National Center for Women’s Equity in Apprenticeship and Employment ©2019
An initiative by Chicago Women in Trades
2444 W. 16th St. Chicago, IL 60608
The skilled trades and construction offers a dynamic career pathway for women. It’s not just a job, it’s an adventure with excellent benefits such as family-supporting wages, a solid retirement plan, and free industry training through registered apprenticeship – that means no college tuition debt! Learn more about how to get started at Chicago Women in Trades.
The Urban League of Scholars Agency (TULSA)
815 W. 63rd St. Chicago, IL
TULSA is a capacity-building agency founded on the principles of improving social issues in marginal communities. The services provided includes research, technical-writing, restorative justice workshops and civic-technology.

The Social Support Service (SSS) mobile app, is designed to
create opportunity for everyday Americans, to connect to free
social supportive services based on GPS and geocoding. The
SSS app, is scheduled to launch for beta-testing on March 1st,
with a focus on Englewood and surrounding Chicago neighborhoods.
The Local Initiatives Support Corporation
10 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 1700

Chicago, IL 60606

(312) 422-9550
If you’ve come to this page, you know that Opportunity Zones promise to drive billions—even trillions—of dollars in long-term investment into under-resourced urban and rural Census tracts across the country. This unprecedented program, part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, offers a federal tax incentive on capital gains to investors who are committed to social impact and want to make a difference in communities.
Green Corps
445 N. Sacramento Blvd. Suite 204, Chicago, IL
Our program includes intensive classroom training with prominent guest trainers like Bill McKibben, founder of You’ll get hands-on experience working on campaigns with groups working on issues ranging from conservation to climate change. You’ll learn how to recruit and train volunteers, develop strategic campaigns, build strong coalitions, organize events, gain media coverage and more.
SGA Youth & Family Services
11 East Adams, Suite 1500, Chicago IL
SGA’s workforce development services begin with summer employment opportunities for students as young as 10 years old. Throughout the year, our focus is on supporting Opportunity Youth: young adults ages 16 to 24 who are out of school and out of work, including those involved in the juvenile justice system. SGA provides workforce training to more than 900 youth each year.
Robert R. McCormick Foundation
205 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 4300 Chicago, IL 60601
Catalyst Kitchens
700 Virginia St. Seattle, WA. 98101
Catalyst Kitchens is a team of social impact entrepreneurs. We are committed to offering you the tools, services, and leadership advice to ensure you have what you need to build, grow, and sustain a thriving social enterprise job training program in your community.
206-787-1548 or 206-422-1247