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Louisville Urban League hosts two of the largest Career Expos each year, the Louisville Career Expo in March and the Community Career Expo Jeffersontown in June. Now job seekers that missed their opportunity to meet with employers at the Expos still have the opportunity to apply for job openings online. The Online Career Expo page has links job application portals for all Expo Exhibitors. Connect with your next job now!

 
LOUISVILLE URBAN LEAGUE RECEIVES $20,000 CONTRIBUTION FROM AT&T

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State Senator Gerald Neal and AT&T Kentucky President Hood Harris joined Louisville Urban League President & CEO Ben Richmond today to announce a $20,000 contribution from AT&T to support the organization’s “Project Ready College Transition Youth Program.”  The announcement was made during the opening ceremony of the Louisville Urban League’s annual George “GG” Johnson Charity Golf Scramble at Shawnee Golf Course on June 13, 2014.

Project Ready, a program of the Louisville Urban League’s Youth Development and Education Department, is designed to inspire and prepare middle and high school students to pursue a college education. The program includes a variety of elements—such as individual goal planning, academic enrichment, cultural development and career exploration experiences—that help the students transition into college. 

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Urban League hosts Louisville Fire Fighter Recruitment

The Louisville Division of Fire (LFD) will host two recruitment information sessions for local residents at the Louisville Urban League on June 11th, 2014 at 10am and 5pm. 

Attendees will have the opportunity to speak with LFD recruiters one-on-one and gain valuable information regarding salary, benefits, the application process, testing requirements and other important information on how to become a professional firefighter in Metro Louisville.

Both sessions, lasting approximately one hour, will be held at the Louisville Urban League located at 1535 West Broadway.

The Louisville Urban League’s Center for Workforce Development will be hosting the event with the intention of attracting a diverse & qualified class of prospects to join Louisville Metro’s largest fire department.

Last year’s LFD Recruitment Class #182 graduated 40 recruits and has opened its application period for 2014.

Interested participants are asked to RSVP by contacting the Louisville Urban League’s at 502-566-3405 to reserve seating and for more information.

 

 
"Louisville Remembers: Maya Angelou"

The Louisville Urban League in cooperation with Louisville Chapter of the NAACP and Kentucky Commission on Human Rights is hosting a special memorial event celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Maya Angelou

The event--"Louisville Remembers: Maya Angelou"--is being held from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., on Friday, June 6, in the Community Room of the Louisville Urban League, located at 1535 West Broadway, Louisville, KY.

mediagallery_altThe local tribute, which is the day before the family’s private memorial service in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, will include readings from Dr. Angelou's poetry, as well as video excerpts of her presenting her poetry to others. 

The remembrance is open to the public. Space, however, is limited. For additional information about the event, please contact the President’s Office of Louisville Urban League at (502) 566-3415.

 
GOVERNOR RECEIVES “CHAMPION OF DIVERSITY AWARD”

- Represents First Time a Kentucky Governor Named as Recipient -

Steve Beshear, Governor of KentuckyFor the first time ever, the Louisville Urban League bestowed its highest honor--the Arthur M. Walters “Champion of Diversity Award”--to a Kentucky governor. Governor Steve Beshear was recognized for his role in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in Kentucky and its positive impact on African Americans in need. The award was presented at the Louisville Urban League’s annual Diversity Soirée and Awards Gala on Friday, May 16, at the Galt House Hotel and Suites, in the Grand Ballroom.    

“Governor Beshear provided the leadership that resulted in the successful signup of thousands of Kentuckians to receive much-needed health care offered through the Affordable Care Act,” said Ben Richmond, president of Louisville Urban League. “Those Kentuckians—many of them impoverished African Americans—will no longer have to choose, as the Governor has aptly pointed out, between food and medicine for themselves and family members.” 

The prestigious award given to Governor Beshear is named in honor of Arthur M. Walters, who served as Executive Director of the Louisville Urban League from 1970 to 1987 and was also an early civil rights activist.

For more information on the Diversity Soiree and Awards Gala click here.

 
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