Yellow Cab and Yellow Ambulance will be holding a hiring event on 3/26/19 from 10 am – 2 pm at 1535 W. Broadway
Learn the skills employers need from skilled professionals across Louisville. Classes start March 23.
8:30 AM – 12:30PM
Louisville Urban League
1535 W Broadway
Louisville, KY 40203
RSVP online at lul.org or call
Get A Job, Keep A Job: Employers demand employees who are the complete package. Attending LUL’s Super Saturday Soft Skills Series will give you the competitive edge to get you a job and keep a job!
Teamwork: Teamwork involves building relationships and working with other people using a number of important skills and habits
Branding Yourself Using Social Media: Taking control of how you present yourself is the best way to tackle what comes up when someone Googles your name. Branding yourself on social media can help employers determine if you would be a fit for their company. If you use Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram and other online services, you’ll want to attend this session to learn key tips and strategies to create and manage your personal brand online. Your resume tells employers your qualifications, but your social media profile helps them determine your personality type and if you would be a good fit for their company.
Self-Awareness: Your interests and values are at the heart of who you are and will help lead you to careers that are right for you.
Positions are open in the following areas:
Field Technician I (Requisition # 236404BR)
Customer Service – Internet/Phone (Ormsby Park Place) (Requisition # 235802BR)
Store Associate Shively (Requisition # 237316BR
Store Associate Bardstown Rd. (Requisition # 237015BR)
Store Associate St. Matthews (Requisition # 235967BR)
Store Associate Shively (Requisition # 235970BR)
Okolona (Requisition # 233745BR)
Jeffersonville (Requisition # 237302BR)
On March 19, 2019, the Louisville Urban League will host a community conversation with updates on the Louisville Urban League Sports and Learning Complex. This important meeting will be an opportunity for community residents and project supporters to learn about the progress of the project, view updated site renderings, and offer suggestions on finishes for the facility.
“We want the community to see the progress we’ve made on the project,” said Sadiqa Reynolds, President and CEO of the Louisville Urban League. “So many people have supported this project and we want them to see what’s coming to our neighborhood. This facility will be a lasting part of the community- I’m excited, and I believe they will be too.“
Members from the design team will be on hand to answer questions and provide insight on the project. We are inviting the community to join us and learn more about this game-changing facility:
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1619 Flux Art + Activism
1619 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40203
“This will be a good opportunity to share what is happening and to get great feedback from the community,” said Christina Shadle, Director of Investment for the Sports and Learning Complex.
All are welcome.
About the Louisville Urban League Sports and Learning Complex
In September of 2017, the right to develop a 24-acre, contaminated site known as Heritage West, was awarded to the Louisville Urban League. Its vision for a state-of-the-art, $35 million Sports and Learning Complex will be a keystone of West Louisville’s changing landscape and make a lasting community, economic, youth development, and health impact for generations to come. For more information on the project, go to https://sportsandlearningcomplex.org, follow us on Facebook , Twitter (@lulsports), or Instagram (@lulsportsandlearning).
About the Louisville Urban League
The Louisville Urban League assists African Americans and those at the margins in attaining social and economic equality and stability through direct services and advocacy. For more information, go to www.lul.org or follow us on Facebook , Twitter (@louisvilleUL), or Instagram (@louisville_ul).
Louisville’s Leading Ladies
Inspiring Success at Any Age
Join AARP Kentucky as we celebrate the leadership of women during Women’s History Month. You will enjoy this networking event and panel presentation with women leaders from different sectors across the Metro area. The session will be moderated by Jean West, Owner, FacesWest Productions and local WFPL host of NPR’s All Things Considered.
Women are leading and changing the world. This event is ideal for women of all ages who aspire to move into leadership roles and the men who support them.
Jackie Ford, CEO, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana
Rita Phillips, President/CEO, TravelPlex Travel Agency
Sadiqa Reynolds, Esq, President and CEO, Louisville Urban League
Grace Simrall, Chief of Civic Innovation and Technology, Louisville Metro Government
Moderator: Jean West
The event is free, but you must register to attend.
at the Louisville Urban League
Monday, April 1 – Thursday, April 4, 2019
9:00AM – 12:00PM
This FREE camp consists of 3-hour daily sessions for 6th-8th-grade students. As a result of their participation, students will:
- Design, build and test their mobile app
- Learn from professional coders, computer scientists, and engineers
- Present their mobile app to coding professionals for cash prizes
- Discover pathways for STEM education
- Learn about high demand computer science careers
- Enjoy a morning snack and a full lunch daily
To register, please complete the form below. Space is limited to the first 30 participants who sign up. You will be notified in writing at the email address provided, once your spot is confirmed.
FIT is an orientation for all clients participating in Homeownership Counseling Services. FIT is a comprehensive, classroom-based, consumer education curriculum that will provide you with the building blocks needed for sound financial management! Clients wishing to enroll should contact Louisville Urban League’s Center for Housing and Financial Empowerment at (502)566-3362.