Get America Working is connecting and partnering with many groups that share our goal of increasing work opportunities for young people, seniors, the disabled, minorities, and others who often have been pushed to the sidelines. Numerous environmental organizations also support our call for a tax shift to put a price on pollution while lowering the tax burden on workers and employers.


Partners & Links

American Association of People with Disabilities

Civic Ventures  (Re-named, see below in the "Seniors" employment section)

Freelancers Union

Friends of the Earth 

Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
     See the Joint Center's issue report on African American employment: "Further to Go: Job Creation in African American Communities"

National Council on Aging

National Organization on Disability

The Viscardi Center  prepares people with disabilities for the workforce through job training and other pre-employment services. 

For relevant studies and other sources of information see:

Carbon Tax Center  

Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

Congressional Budget Office

National Resources Defense Council

National Wildlife Federation

Resources for the Future

Tax Policy Center

Taxpayers for Common Sense and their Green Scissors Report 
(done in partnership with Friends of the Earth)

Union of Concerned Scientists

World Resources Institute 

For a focus on employment for seniors see: 

AARP's Life Reimagined for Work focuses on second or encore careers for seniors

PBS's Next Avenue (a source of information on jobs and more)