The Urban League of Greater New Orleans (ULGNO) is an architect of change. We are experts effecting change in economic and educational issues that adversely affect African-Americans and others living in the Greater New Orleans area. We are experts in identifying, qualifying, and partnering to bring to bear the scope and scale of the changes required. At the cornerstone of ULGNO operation is focus. Programmed in a focused manner, our Lead Work is in specific areas of economic and community development, educational attainment and public policy. The services ULGNO delivers reflects or addresses local needs we call our Core Work .
Urban League President & CEO Erika McConduit-Diggs Attends National Urban League’s Legislative Policy Conference In Washington D.C.
March 18, 2015
On Tuesday, March 17, the National Urban League kicked off its 12th Annual National Urban League Policy Conference in the Nation’s Capitol, and released the 2015 Edition of the State of Black America publication. This year’s theme is “Save Our Cities: Education, Jobs and Justice“. On Tuesday, Urban League representatives from around the country visited
November 6, 2014
The Office of Workforce Development will hold Forklift Operator Training from Aug. 25 through Sept.1. at New Orleans Safe Driving School. Interested participants must attend Mandatory Orientation on Thursday, Aug. 21 from 10 AM – 11 AM. Forklift Operator Training is FREE for UYEP WORKS and T2W participants. To learn more, contact an Advocate Counselor today at 504.324.4444
October 21, 2014
The 2014 Proposed Constitutional Amendment Guide voters a brief explanation of Louisiana Constitutional Amendments on the November 4th ballot. Nothing in this guide should be interpreted as an endorsement. Source: Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana. The 2014 Proposed Constitutional Amendment Guide voters a brief explanation of Louisiana Constitutional Amendments on the November 4th ballot. Nothing in this guide
October 3, 2014
Do you want to hear from the candidates for U.S. Senator for Louisiana and their plans for the next six years? Hear firsthand answers to the most pressing questions about raising the minimum wage, growing jobs in Louisiana, access to quality healthcare services, coastal restoration and economic development. Join us as the candidates for the U.S. Senate answer your questions and more.