Illinois Migrant Council

The Illinois Migrant Council or "IMC" is a community-based non-profit organization with the primary mission of promoting employment, education, health, housing and other opportunities for migrant and seasonal farmworkers (MSFW) and their families to achieve economic self-sufficiency and stability.
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Illinois Farmworkers

Twenty-first century transformations in the agricultural industry have affected Illinois’ farm labor market. Just a few years ago there were more than 32,000 farmworkers in Illinois.


IMC offers a range of educational services for migrant and seasonal families in Illinois to improve the passage from pre-school to post-secondary experiences.


Health disparities among Latinos, especially for farmworkers, are significant in rural Illinois. Many factors impede access to health providers and public health services.

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IMC provides a wide range of employment and training services for Illinois’ farmworkers in its National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) authorized under the Workforce Investment Act.

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