2020 Census Jobs Indigenous hiring within historically undercounted populations in imperative for an accurate count of the Black community. The U.S. Census Bureau is now recruiting for thousands of 2020 Census Takers. Apply online for a temporary job at 2020census.gov/jobs. #2020CensusJobs #ApplyNow Applications for field positions, that will be available in July/August 2019 and April May 2020, are being accepted now at 2020census.gov/jobs. ________________________________________ Finance Assistant Supervisor PepsiCo Corp  -  Winston-Salem, NC View details to share this job General Summary: The Customer Financial Services (CFS) Assistant Supervisor leads a team of frontline analysts in delivering against established objectives Focal point of communication and ...

Register here. The YP Career Day is an opportunity for students ages 13 - 18 to engage with, and learn from, young professionals about non-traditional careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM). During the YP Career Day, it is anticipated that students will have the following opportunities: Hear from college career counselor about turning their passions into career pathsSee how themes and analytics that are important in STEAM are valuable in otherindustries,Talk with young professionals about their careers and opportunities in STEAM careers,andSee Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) in action!T​he YP Career Day is a component of the ​National Urban League Young Professionals’ Day of Service 2019, and an opportunity for YPs to give back to our community. RSVP now! 9 am to noon, Saturday, April 27 at the Urban League Event Center - 510 Trade St., Winston-Salem, NC For FAQ, click here. ...

2020 Census Jobs Indigenous hiring within historically undercounted populations in imperative for an accurate count of the Black community. The U.S. Census Bureau is now recruiting for thousands of 2020 Census Takers. Apply online for a temporary job at 2020census.gov/jobs. #2020CensusJobs #ApplyNow Applications for field positions, that will be available in July/August 2019 and April May 2020, are being accepted now at 2020census.gov/jobs. Finance Customer Management Coordinator PepsiCo Corp  -  Winston-Salem, NC View details to share this job The Accounts Receivable Specialist is responsible for communicating with customers to collect invoices, identify and analyze issues with financial operations and solve customer concerns in a ...

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 ...

Sign the Color of Change petition calling for the withdrawal of HB 519. Click here to sign-up!Email Representatives Lambeth and Conrad and tell them you oppose HB519. Click here to email Rep. Lambeth. Click here to email Rep. Conrad.Attend our Colors of Crisis Forum on Monday, April 8, 2019 at 7 pm at First Baptist Church located at 700 Highland Ave. Click here to RSVP.Submit a letter to the editor of the Winston-Salem Journal and the Winston-Salem Chronicle. Click here for the Journal letter to the editor page. Click here for the Chronicle letter to the editor page. Sign the HB 519 Petition Want to learn more about HB519? Here are a few helpful links: A copy of HB519The Winston-Salem Journal's 3/29/19 article about HB 519. The Joint NAACP/Urban League news release calling for withdrawal of HB519.The Winston-Salem Journal's 4/2/19 article about HB 519. The WFDD 88.5 4/3/19 radio report on HB519. The Winston-Salem Chronicle's 4/4/19 article about HB 519. ...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Contact: James Perryjames@wsurban.org336.725.5614 The Winston-Salem Chapter of the NAACP and Winston-Salem Urban League call on Representatives Debra Conrad and Donny Lambeth to withdraw racially discriminatory House Bill 519. If passed, House Bill 519, short titled, Revise W-S Charter/Elections/Redistricting, would merge three majority African-American council districts, all currently represented by African-American Women, into a single district. The two eliminated African-American held district seats, along with one other district seat, would be replaced with three at-large seats. Additionally, the mayor would gain the voting powers and privileges afforded members of the council, making the Mayor a defacto fourth council at large council person.  The Supreme Court held in White vs Regester in 1973, that the practice of replacing district seats with at-large or multi-member districts in a manner that "invidiously discriminates" against minorities is illegal.  The Winston-Salem Chapter of the NAACP and Winston-Salem Urban League stand opposed to HB519 and call on its authors to revoke the bill because it would have...

Be One To Succeed Staffing, LLC botsstaffing@gmail.combeonetosucceedstaffing.aynax.io743-333-2898301 North Main St., Suite 2400Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Every month, the Chronicle, 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 ...

Civic engagement doesn’t just happen every four years at a presidential election. It means you are constantly learning about issues in our community and advocating for what you believe. As the nation commemorates Fair Housing Month and the prohibition of discrimination in the sale, rental, and financing of housing based on race, color, religion, or national origin, the YPs will break down some of the practical issues arising under the Fair Housing Act and what the Urban League is doing in Winston-Salem and across the country to address fair housing. Mixers are held on the third Thursday of each month and are free and open to the public. Guests are encouraged to register via ypaprilmixer.eventbrite.com.  Date: Thu, April 18, 2019Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PMLocation: Winston-Salem Urban League Event Center, 510 Trade Street Northwest, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 RSVP NOW ...

2020 Census Jobs Indigenous hiring within historically undercounted populations in imperative for an accurate count of the Black community. The U.S. Census Bureau is now recruiting for thousands of 2020 Census Takers. Apply online for a temporary job at 2020census.gov/jobs. #2020CensusJobs #ApplyNow Applications for field positions, that will be available in July/August 2019 and April May 2020, are being accepted now at 2020census.gov/jobs. Finance Customer Management Coordinator PepsiCo Corp  -  Winston-Salem, NC View details to share this job The AR Specialist - Diversified Services Account Owner contributes to the success of Pepsi Beverages Company by driving cash flow and managing relationships with internal and external PBC cus...

On May 16, 2019, from 6-8 pm, join the YPs for our Spring Small Business Pop Up with the Forsyth Tech Small Business Center! The Urban League is committed to supporting entrepreneurship and economic empowerment, and the YPs want to connect you with minority-owned businesses in Winston-Salem and resources available if you are looking to start or grow your own business! Let’s support local and #WSbiz together! Minority and women small business owners are invited to share information about their businesses with attendees, and vend, at the Small Business Pop-Up. For more information and to register your business for a table, contact yp.president@wsurban.org. Date: Thu, May 16, 2019Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PMLocation: WSUL Event Center, 510 Trade St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 ...

2020 Census Jobs Indigenous hiring within historically undercounted populations in imperative for an accurate count of the Black community. The U.S. Census Bureau is now recruiting for thousands of 2020 Census Takers. Apply online for a temporary job at 2020census.gov/jobs. #2020CensusJobs #ApplyNow Applications for field positions, that will be available in July/August 2019 and April May 2020, are being accepted now at 2020census.gov/jobs. Marketing Assistant Analyst PepsiCo Corp  -  Winston-Salem, NC View details to share this job We are PepsiCo Sales. We are game changers, mountain movers and history makers. We are a diverse group, spread among 200 countries and united by a shared set of values and goals. That's wh...

Join the Winston Salem Urban League for a free Lunch and Learn Thursday, March 28th, as Choey Gilreath, LPCA leads us in an open conversation surrounding mental health stigmas, education on mental health, and tools to identify personal mental health needs. Afterwards, one on one referrals and resources will be provided to all those in attendance, regardless of insurance. This event is free and open to community. Date: Thu, March 28, 2019Time: Noon –  2 PMLocation: LaDeara Crest Resource Center, 2531 Ladeara Crest Ln, Winston-Salem, NC 27105 RSVP Now ...

Mayes Video Production, LLC Every month, the Chronicle, 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 ...

2020 Census Jobs Indigenous hiring within historically undercounted populations in imperative for an accurate count of the Black community. The U.S. Census Bureau is now recruiting for thousands of 2020 Census Takers. Apply online for a temporary job at 2020census.gov/jobs. #2020CensusJobs #ApplyNow Applications for field positions, that will be available in July/August 2019 and April May 2020, are being accepted now at 2020census.gov/jobs. Finance Sr Associate PepsiCo Corp  -  Winston-Salem, NC View details to share this job The primary responsibilities of the Trade Spend FSV (Food Service Vending) Claims Sr. Associate is to accurately process incoming customer deduction and check request claims for distributors...

2020 Census Jobs Indigenous hiring within historically undercounted populations in imperative for an accurate count of the Black community. The U.S. Census Bureau is now recruiting for thousands of 2020 Census Takers. Apply online for a temporary job at 2020census.gov/jobs. #2020CensusJobs #ApplyNow Applications for field positions, that will be available in July/August 2019 and April May 2020, are being accepted now at 2020census.gov/jobs. Restaurant Customer Service Rep Papa John's International, Inc.  -  Winston-Salem, NC View details to share this job THIS IS A CORPORATE POSITION Responsibilities Do you want to make hungry customers happy? Do you want to have fun, make new friends and earn extra cash? If so, Papa John's is the right fit ...

Delivery Driver Papa John's International, Inc.  -  Winston-Salem, NC View details to share this job THIS IS A CORPORATE POSITION Responsibilities Buckle your seat belt and put your car in gear, when you become a delivery driver for us, the possibilities are endless! Flexible driving schedu...

Every month, the Chronicle, 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...

Join us for brunch with Marc Morial, CEO of the National Urban League. Entrepreneur. Lawyer. Professor. Legislator. Mayor. President, U.S. Conference of Mayors. CEO of the National Urban League, the nation’s largest civil rights organization. In a distinguished professional career that has spanned 25 years, Marc Morial has performed all of these roles with excellence, and is one of the most accomplished servant-leaders in the nation.  Hear from Morial at this small venue event and learn about his vision for Urban League movement. Buy Tickets   ...

Finance Customer Management Coordinator PepsiCo Corp  -  Winston-Salem, NC View details to share this job The AR Specialist - Diversified Services Account Owner contributes to the success of Pepsi Beverages Company by driving cash flow and managing relationships with internal and external PBC cus...

Join the National Urban League Young Professionals (NULYP) as we formally kick-off Join Week 2019 with a special conference call with our National Urban League President & CEO, Marc Morial. Learn more about this amazing movement and how NULYP empowers to lead. This call is open to members and non-members. You must RSVP to receive Conference Dial-in info. SPACE IS LIMITED....

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] RSVP NOW On Sunday, January 27, 2019, ar 1:30pm, at Hutch and Harris (424 4th St NW, Winston-Salem, NC 27101), the Winston-Salem Urban League Young Professionals will host the Join Week: Legacy of Leadership Brunch. Join us to network with a dynamic group of young professionals in Winston-Salem and the surrounding areas over delicious brunch as we discuss leading in your career, community, and life! Guest speakers include Winston-Salem Urban League CEO, James Perry, and Assistant Director for Leadership Development at Winston-Salem State University, Tiffany Seawright. Guests are asked to register with the Young Professionals at www.join-week-brunch.eventbrite.com. For meal and pricing information at Hutch and Harris, please visit www.hutchandharris.com.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] RSVP TODAY On Thursday, January 17 at 6:00pm, at the W-S Urban League Event Center, the Young Professionals will host its monthly mixer, "New Year, New You: Branding Yourself for Leadership and Opportunity." This conversation, featuring Jodies Brim, photographer and branding expert; Derwin Hargrave, men's fashion blogger; Nathaniel Jay, hair stylist and blogger; Shayla Herndon-Edmunds, founder and chief creative officer of Oh My Goodness Herbal Bar; and Margaret Morris and Cynthia Reavis, from Triad Speech Consultants; will provide tips and tools about communication skills, self-care, and style as young professionals brand themselves as better community leaders in their professional, social, and civic lives with the Winston-Salem Urban League. Attendees are encouraged to donate new and gently used professional clothes to the YP Professional Clothes Closet, for use by job-seekers in the Winston-Salem area. Donations can be made at the event or anytime throughout the year to the Urban League. Mixers are held on...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Morning Replenishment Assoc Kmart Corporation  -  Clemmons, NC View details to share this job Req/Job ID: 965468BR Employing Entity: Kmart Corporation Employment Category: Regular, Part-time Job Function: Sales Support Store ID: 07208: CLEMMONS, NC At Kmart, we aspire to provide our S...

Every month, the Chronicle, 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...

Every month, the Chronicle, 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...

Every month, the Chronicle, 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...

After Friday’s release of body camera footage of the arrest of 14 year old Rockell Baldwin, the Winston-Salem Urban League remains concerned about the Winston-Salem Police Department and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ approach to policing in schools. While Officer McCormick states that Ms. Baldwin was ultimately arrested for disorderly conduct related to a fight, the footage suggests that no fight took actually place. James Perry, Winston-Salem Urban League CEO, said, “Schools are intended to provide a caring learning environment for children as they mature. It is understood that children will stumble while on the path to adulthood. If the new standard is one in which childhood stumbles are confronted with the full and often violent force of the law, then we serve only to harm children who most need the comfort and encouragement of a loving school environment. School resource officers should act as emergency responders and leave teaching and school discipline to teachers.” We urge an...