Click here to download the job description. To apply for this position, please email your resumé, cover letter and compensation expectations to externalrecruiting@aol.com with “ZSR” in the subject line.The salary range for this position is competitive and is based upon the candidate’s level of knowledge, education, skills and experience. This is a fullitime position that is based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The deadline for applications is January 17, 2020 with final selection scheduled no later than March 1, 2020. ...

Phone: 336-893-5105Email: info@mylittlegeniusnc.comWeb: www.mylittlegeniusnc.com1000 has 4th Street EastWinston-Salem NC 27101 Every month, the Chronicle, Forsyth Tech Small Business Center, Triad Minority Business Expo, Winston-Salem Chapter of the NAACP, Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce and the Winston-Salem Urban League present a community business of the month. Check out this month’s Community Business of the Month. Then follow the effort on social media: #WSBiz Click here to apply to be the next Business of the Month. Successful applicants receive the following: · Interview/Article in The Chronicle· Social Media promotion· Newsletter promotion (Chronicle, Urban League, Black Chamber, NAACP, Small Business Center)· Access to Small Business Center services ...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image="22133" img_size="full" alignment="center" onclick="custom_link" link="https://myfox8.com/2019/11/05/winston-salem-officials-to-address-teen-violence-in-city-after-murder-of-2-teens/?goal=0_fc3343e506-b362a5387e-&mc_cid=b362a5387e&mc_eid=%5BUNIQID%5D"][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text]At the Winston-Salem Urban League, we're always thinking of ways to keep our community safe. We know that investing in opportunities for teens not only improves their prospects for the future but helps to reduce teen violence. Click here to see the clip.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_video link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXRRwQoffDw&feature=youtu.be" align="center"][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Forsyth Tech's Small Business Center hosted teens from the Urban League's Summer Youth Employment Program this summer. Check out Allan Younger's interview with our SYEP teens![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]...

https://spectrumlocalnews.com/nc/triad/news/2019/08/21/black-philanthropy-initiative-grants--25-000-to-advance-racial-equity-in-education- WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The Winston-Salem Foundation's Black Philanthropy Initiative is granting thousands of dollars to schools and non-profits. Click here to view the video. The goal is to improve the lives of African Americans in education and careers.Winston-Salem Urban League was awarded $10,000 for the organization's Black Philanthropy Month.For the past nine years, the organization provided more than $190,000 in program grants to local nonprofits. The goal is to improve the lives of African Americans in education and careers. “It’s really important for us that we invest explicitly in the black community just because we see where there has been disinvestments,” said Andrea Hulighan, Director Strategic Initiatives for The Winston-Salem Foundation. “And so, we want to make sure that we’re being intentional in doing that.” Winston-Salem Urban League was awarded $10,000 for the organization's Black Philanthropy Month. That money will support small businesses and summer youth employment. “We get small businesses that are owned by...

At its Thursday, July 28, 2019, annual meeting, membership the Winston-Salem Urban League elected two new board members and elected five current members to second terms.  Briana Conner, WXII evening news anchor and Scotty Petrea, a Food Lion Execution & Implementation Specialist were newly elected.  The following five board members were elected to second terms: Marquis Barnett, Employee Relations Analyst at the High Point;Tim Bell, Director, Property Management and Operations at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center;Hana Carson, Special Nurse Consultant at Optum Services;Gerri Johns, Specialist Master, Analytics + Information Management at Deloitte LLP; andGregory Parks, Law Professor at Wake Forest University School of Law.  Retiring from board service is James Shaw, a retired businessman, who served for three years on Winston-Salem Urban League board of director.   Thursday’s annual meeting was lawyer, Alison Ashe-Cards final event as Winston-Salem Urban League Board Chair. This fiscal year completes Mrs. Ashe-Card’s third consecutive year as chair, the maximum number...

www.tanishamoniquecupcakes.netPhone: 336-602-45951318 North Liberty Street, Winston-Salem, North Carolina Every month, the Chronicle, Forsyth Tech Small Business Center, Triad Minority Business Expo, Winston-Salem Chapter of the NAACP, Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce and the Winston-Salem Urban League present a community business of the month. Check out this month’s Community Business of the Month. Then follow the effort on social media: #WSBiz Click here to apply to be the next Business of the Month. Successful applicants receive the following: · Interview/Article in The Chronicle· Social Media promotion· Newsletter promotion (Chronicle, Urban League, Black Chamber, NAACP, Small Business Center)· Access to Small Business Center services ...

RSVP now Join Melissa Harris-Perry for a conversation with dream hampton and Andrea Richie. Time magazine recently named award-winning filmmaker, writer, and organizer dream hampton among its 100 most influential people. Her most recent work, “Surviving R. Kelly”, Lifetime Television (2019), broke ratings records and had wide and far- reaching impact. Andrea Ritchie is a Black lesbian immigrant and police misconduct attorney and organizer who has engaged in extensive research, writing, and advocacy around criminalization of women and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people of color. She is author of Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color. When: Tuesday, April 30 @ 4pm Where: Brookstown Inn                  200 Brookstown Ave,   Room 302B                 Winston Salem, NC  27101 RSVP now ...

HB 490 & HB 518 SPEAK against HB 490 at the State and Local Government Committee hearing at the North Carolina State Capitol on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at 10 am in hearing rooms 1228/1327 LB. WRITE a letter to the editor of the Winston-Salem Journal and the Winston-Salem Chronicle. Visit www.journalnow.com and www.wschronicle.com. CALL the bill authors, Representatives Lambeth and Conrad, and tell them to withdraw HB490 and HB518. Click here for sample phone scripts. EMAIL the bill authors, Representatives Lambeth and Conrad, and appropriate legislative committee members and tell them you oppose HB490 and HB518. Click here for sample letters. Click here to Download contact information for the members of the House of Representatives K-12 Education Committee. Representative Donny Lambeth: Phone: 919-733-5747Email: donny.Lambeth@ncleg.net Representative Debra Conrad Phone: 336-978-0169Email: Debra.Conrad@ncleg.net Resources: Download HB 518 talking points.Download HB 490 & HB 518 letter and phone writing scripts.Download contact information for the members of the House of Representatives K-12...

The Colors of Crisis Forum will explore the warning signs of disenfranchisement in Forsyth County. In particular, the forum will tackle the following controversial, recently filed bills: HB 490, HB 518 and HB 519. Revered Paul Ford of First Baptist Church will serve as forum moderator. Generally, questions will be submitted on note cards. RSVP Now This event is an opportunity for the community to organize and protect voting rights in African-American and Latino communities.  Invited guests include: Senator Paul LoweRepresentative Derwin MontgomeryRepresentative Evelyn TerryMayor Allen Joines All City Council MembersAll County CommissionersAll School Board MembersAll members of the NCAE This event is sponsored by: Action4Equity;Democracy Now;First Baptist Church on Highland Ave;Forsyth County Democratic Party;Minister's Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity;The NC Education Association;The Winston-Salem Chapter of the NAACP; andWinston-Salem Urban League. Details:  When: 7:00 pm, Mon, April 8, 2019 Where: First Baptist Church, 700 North Highland Avenue. Winston-Salem, NC 27101 RSVP Now ...