New President & CEO of The LA Urban League
Los Angeles – Noel Massie, Chair of the Los Angeles Urban League Board of Directors and President, UPS Central California District, announces today a unanimous Board vote for Nolan V. Rollins to become the League’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. Rollins will take the helm of the Los Angeles affiliate of the Urban League Movement after five years as President/CEO of the Urban League of Greater New Orleans (ULGNO).
Biz Institute - Youth Entrepreneurship Summer Camp that changes youth perspective on the importance of education while providing them skills and knowledge to be their own boss. This training is based on the NFTE (Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship) an international curriculum.
Monday, June 17, 2013
Friday, July 19, 2013
(no class July 4 or 5)
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Under the executive leadership of Dr. Patricia Phipps, Vive President of Early Education and Development, the League is taking a fresh, innovative, and exciting new approach to ensuring that our children have the best and brightest start on their academic journey. We recognize that it takes a village to raise a child, in turn, not only does early education matter...
Small Business IS Big Business
A free seminar designed to help qualified small businesses find money, manage and grow. Register today http://laurbanleaguebusiness-efbevent.eventbrite.com
For more information contact Rhonda Santifer at Business@laul.org or 323.299.9660 ext. 2209
2013 Whitney M. Young, Jr. Awards Dinner Photos
This year's Whitney M. Young, Jr. Awards Dinner was one of the best ever! With Linda Johnson Rice, President and CEO of Johnson Publications receiving the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Award, and Martha Saucedo accepting the Community Coalition Award on behalf of AEG and Gen. Colin Powell, USA (Ret.) as the Keynote speaker was an event not to miss.
“American Promise” – How to make the promise real for your child?
Opportunity is just the first step. Ensuring that our young people are equipped with the same opportunities for excellence requires solutions. While current focus on closing the achievement gap is necessary, it is only one part of the solution. Parents, school and community stakeholders are another critical piece.
The Los Angeles Urban League is partnering with the Friends of Angeles Mesa Library to host a “Parent Engagement Forum”. The forum will showcase highlights of the award winning documentary film ‘American Promise’ by Joe Brewster and Michelle Stephenson. The highlights will be followed by a thought provoking panel discussion on authentic parent engagement in today’s academic climate.
LAUL President Rollins on Local Edition
Spirit of Service
President Obama at 2012 NUL Conference