Renew Chicago wants to invest in and support people who are looking for meaningful work, and we have teamed up with some organizations in Chicago that work with these types of job seekers.
At Harambee, youth age 12-18 are trained in biblical work ethic and given dignity through job training. Work is also an opposing force to the violence that can rule our neighborhoods as youth are given an opportunity to find value and dignity
Cara provides a comprehensive solution to the challenges of poverty, employment barriers and chronic homelessness through a comprehensive range of training, support, and job placement services.
*Photo Credit, Erwin Delfin
Salt & Light Coalition is a grassroots movement that mobilizes individuals and organizations to heal, educate, and empower youth and women in the fight against slavery.
Year Up Chicago is a one-year, intensive training program that provides low-income young adults, ages 18-24, with a combination of hands-on skills development, coursework eligible for college credit, corporate internships, and wraparound support.
A faith-based work development program that unites and mobilizes churches, community organizations, and businesses to provide access to living-wage opportunities and long-term support through a network of Christ-centered relationships.