In 2011, the Urban League of Central Carolinas asked you to Invest in the Future. In 2012, we proudly declare that The Future is NOW! As the Urban League of Central Carolinas continues to concentrate on empowering individuals and families to be prepared for the economic and social challenges of today and tomorrow, we have revitalized our focus to ensure that customers receive the most cutting-edge technologically advanced training possible. It is no longer enough to just train workers in basic skills; they must be prepared for the challenges of a rapidly changing global economy.
Download our 2012 Sponsorship Opportunities Packet below. It contains all the details about sponsors levels and benefits of becoming a sponsor.
Our job training programs empower youth and adults with the education and skills that qualify them for employment in green industries, fiber optic cable technology and other jobs that pay a living wage with opportunities for the future.
We produce results:
- 81% of the adults who graduate from our programs are placed in employment immediately
- 83% of those adults retain that employment for at least six months
- Youth in our school-based computer literacy program significantly increase their reading, math and computer skills
We stand by our pledge to reach the following goals:
- Every child has a quality education that prepares them for the future
- Every adult has access to job and entrepreneurship training that gives them access to a better life
- Every able adult is placed in employment with a living wage plus benefits
- Every family has the housing and income needed for a life of dignity
Your support is an investment in the Charlotte region and its most valuable resources - it's people. With your support we can offer those with limited skills and education a new future for themselves and their families. Be a part of the Urban League of Central Carolinas. be a part of the education, training and placement of individuals in 21st century skills. Be par of the Future!
Dr. Patrick C. Graham
Urban League of Central Carolinas