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Put Our Children First

School systems around the country are implementing new learning standards designed to ensure that all children graduate high school with the skills they need to be ready to succeed in college or careers.

2014 State of Black America

Read the Book Online & Watch the 6-Part Web Series

Creating Jobs and Fighting Unemployment

Working with partners like Allstate, the National Urban League helps young people at risk enter and succeed in the workforce.

Life was a daily struggle for Owen Williams, 24, a high school dropout who lost his job at Wal-Mart two years ago. The single father from West Palm Beach, Fla., urgently needed to find a way to support his two boys, now three and four.
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Support Our Petition: Raise the Minimum Wage

Imagine working 40 hours a week, but still worrying about putting food on the table - or having to choose between paying your housing bill or your heating bill. Imagine working 40 hours a week and barely making enough to live, let alone save or plan for the future. Imagine working full-time and still being poor with no way out or up.

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2014 National Urban League Conference: Recap

2014 National Urban League Conference: Recap

Distinguished Speaker Finds Success Through Connections

The Online Rocket: Speaker Finds Success Through Connections

Many college students strive to become professionals. Many also want to find a job right out of graduation doing something they enjoy.

Rock PRoductions welcomed a young professional, Sabrina Saunders as part of their Distinguished Speaker Series on Wednesday evening in Eisenburg auditorium. Read more »

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Webinar: Unleash the Power of Mentors — March 5

Webinar: Unleash the Power of Mentors — March 5

Jobs Rebuild America: More than a Slogan

Since Jobs Rebuild America (JRA) began in May 2013, we have successfully launched two new federal employment and training programs, as well as a privately funded employer-driven training program focused on food services.  We have also continued to enroll participants from all around the country in the broad swath of employment programs united under the banner of Jobs Rebuild America.
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FAA Looking to Hire 10,000 Air Traffic Controllers

The Federal Aviation Administration announced a plan last month to hire and train over ten thousand air traffic controllers over the next decade, according to its Air Traffic Controller Workforce Plan 2013-2022.According to the plan, the FAA expects to hire 6,200 controllers over the next five years to staff its 315 air traffic control facilities and its national Command Center, with mo Read more »

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