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Chicago Urban League Entrepreneurship Center Client Opens “Hairven on Earth”

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Mr. George is a 19 year old male who currently resides with his mother and two other siblings, and who was only employed for four months prior to completing the intake process at the Urban League. Mr. George joined the Urban Supply Chain Jobs Program after an in-depth presentation on the program benefits, as well as a counseling session with the Pinellas County Urban League student advocate and his family, hoping to obtain additional skills and a certification to add to his newly gained work experience.

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Greater Washington Urban League Recruits National Cohort for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program

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When Thomas P. first came to the Urban League of Greater New Orleans’ Urban Reentry Jobs Program, he was unemployed and living in the local halfway house.  Urban League staff assisted him with honing his interview and computer literacy skills, which led to him attending a “Suits for Hire” job fair in March.  He started working at the local Marriott, but with the possibility of homelessness still loomed over his head.

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The Ohio River Valley Women’s Business Council (ORV-WBC) hosted its’ 7th annual Catch the Wave Conference which was held in Cleveland, Ohio from April 18th – 20th. The ORV-WBC was established in 2009 to provide Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) certification to woman-owned businesses in the states of Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia. ORV-WBC operates under the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio, Business Development & Entrepreneurship Department through a collaborative effort with WBENC.

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Omaha.com: Omaha job-training program offers a foot in the door with prospective local employers
By Nancy Gaarder / World Herald staff writer

Darlene Thorpe had worked 16 years for a print shop when she was laid off last summer.

The world had changed in those years, and the 60-year-old grandmother found herself unemployed and out of step with the job-seeking skills needed today.

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From May 23-26, National Urban League staffers attended the 2016 National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB) National Training, Breaking Ground, in Dallas, Texas. The conference used a unique "train-the-trainer" format to provide nonprofit practitioners serving low-to-moderate income Latino and immigrant communities with best practices and emerging innovations in the field.

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The Ohio River Valley Women’s Business Council (ORV-WBC) hosted its’ 7th annual Catch the Wave Conference which was held in Cleveland, Ohio from April 18th – 20th. The ORV-WBC was established in 2009 to provide Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) certification to woman-owned businesses in the states of Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia. ORV-WBC operates under the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio, Business Development & Entrepreneurship Department through a collaborative effort with WBENC.

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