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  • 03/30/2020 9:57 AM | Anonymous

    While we are all doing our part to #flattenthecurve by social distancing we still have a duty to make sure we #MakeBlackCount in the Census! Get ready for #WhenWeAllCount as we walk through all things Census, even showing how easy taking the survey is online LIVE from our Facebook page with our Advocacy Chair Jordan Roman. Census Day is April 1! You're welcome to take the survey on your smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop..

    Tune into the live feed TODAY at 6:00pm https://www.facebook.com/events/641162793337005/

    #MULYP #UrbanLeague #BeTheMovement #NULYP #Advocacy #Engagement #Values #Priorities #Census2020

  • 03/24/2020 7:18 PM | Anonymous

    Spending most days at home isn't always ideal, but this will be our new norm for a while. No matter, there's a lot that can be done over the next few days and even weeks to get yourself ahead of life's responsibilities while having plenty of fun as well. The National Urban League Young Professionals (NULYP) Programs Committee presents, Social Distancing Bingo!

    Here are the rules: 

    1. Share on all of your social media platforms using the hashtag #NULYPBingo. Tag NULYP as we will re-posting and sharing. 

    2. Challenge YP members, friends, and family. Tag at least 5 people and encourage them to tag others as well. 

    3. Check in on your network often. Once you complete your squares throughout the activity, mark it with a check mark or any other identifying label, and upload to your social media platforms. 

    4. Have fun! Even though there isn't a prize, this is a fun activity to interact with your network while staying at home over the next few weeks.

    NULYP Bingo will be running until Monday, April 20th. Please note, you don't have to engage with social media if you don't want to. You can still stay engage with challenging your network in private.  Ready, Set, Bingo!

  • 03/23/2020 3:27 PM | Anonymous

    With the April 7 election quickly approaching and due to the COVID-19 and guidance to adhere to social distancing its important that we ensure that our ballots our counted!  Please be sure to request your absentee ballot on myvote.wi.gov.  

    The deadline to request an absentee ballot is Thursday April 2, 2020.  Again our votes are a most in this Spring General Presidential Primary Election!!

    • 03/16/2020 3:41 PM | Anonymous

      Wisconsin has now seen multiple confirmed cases of COVID-19. And with more testing facilities online, we can expect to see even more cases. Identifying cases allows DHS and our local partners to move quickly to isolate a case and possibly contain spread of the virus.

      You can help do that by following basic hygiene practices. Wash your hands with soap and water, cover your coughs, and if you are sick - stay home.

      For more information refer to the WI Department of Health Services or the CDC for the latest updates.  



    • 03/13/2020 6:54 PM | Anonymous

    • 03/12/2020 5:48 PM | Anonymous

      UPDATE AS OF MARCH 13, 2020:  In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are adhering to safety precautions and postponing our in person March events this impacts our special Women's History Month, Women Who Lead panel scheduled for next Thursday March 19, and our in person Community Service Committee, and Health and Wellness Committee meetings.

      Our goal is to always make sure that our Executive Leadership Team keeps our chapter members informed but also safe!

      Stay tuned to our social media pages on Facebook and Instagram and our e-newsletter for continued updates. Be safe, aware, check on friends and family, but stay encouraged family!

      We’re sprinkling a little razzle dazzle of #BlackGirlMagic during Women’s History Month for our March General Body Meeting taking place next Thursday March 19 at 6:00PM at MSOE, Alumni Partnership Center, 1120 N. Broadway

      Join us and our panelists as we talk breaking glass ceilings, navigating Corporate America, while celebrating women in our city who exemplify #BlackGirlMagic and have risen to the occasion in their careers!

      We welcome to our panel moderated by our own Community Service Chair, and Regional Manager of Property Development and Advantage Services for CommonBond Communities Raynetta Hill:

      Danielle Bly, Vice President Supplier Diversity, WEC Energy Group Business Services (WE Energies)
      Oby Nwabuzor, Director for Community Development, American Heart Association
      Milele A. Coggs, Alderwoman for the 6th District, City of Milwaukee
      Bring a friend or two and let this generation of Black women leaders pour into you. Men are welcome to join us also.

    • 03/12/2020 3:58 PM | Anonymous

      Beginning March 12th through March 20, households everywhere will receive official Census Bureau mail with detailed information on how to respond to the 2020 Census online, by phone, or by mail.

      Pick one person in your household to fill it out for everyone in the house.

      • April: Households that do not respond online will receive a mailing with a paper questionnaire.
      • May – July: Census takers will begin visiting households that have not responded to the 2020 Census to make sure everyone is counted.

      What is the Census?

      • Every 10 years, the US government counts everyone in the country through the census. We will have a census in 2020. It is required by the US Constitution.
      • Only one person needs to respond to the census in each home.
      • This is a sample of the paper questionnaire that will be used during the 2020 Census. See the sample copy of the 2020 Census HERE

      • When you respond to the census, your answers are kept private. They are used only to produce statistics.

      • By law, the Census Bureau cannot release any identifiable information about you, your home, or your business, even to law enforcement agencies.

      And on April 1st, Census Day will be observed nationwide and you'll tell the Census Bureau where you live as of April 1, 2020.

    • 02/14/2020 5:41 PM | Anonymous

      Join us for our February General Body focused on the importance of self care!

      Thursday, February 20, 2020


      MSOE, Alumni Partnership Center, 1120 N. Broadway

      We'll hear from guest speaker Marrika Rodgers a Milwaukee native, and licensed professional counselor, published author, national speaker and a celebrated radio talk show host. She has been serving the community for over 19 years through various capacities, a true pioneer and innovator of her generation. As a mental health clinician/business consultant, she is known for empowering others by providing effective tools with tangible results. She lives a life dedicated towards serving others. 

      She recently launched her new brand, Living Well w/Marrika which is a wellness enterprise that encompasses several branches of holistic services. As a lifelong learner, Marrika holds a Bachelor’s of Business Administration & General Management, Masters of Science – Professional Counseling and currently in pursuit of her Doctorate in Business Psychology. On this journey called life, she will continue to Create, Innovate and Pioneer, by creating new opportunities, developing new innovative ideas and pioneering the way for others. 

    • 02/14/2020 5:36 PM | Anonymous

      The February 18 Spring Primary election is around the corner. There are several contested races on the ballot. 

      ✅ Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice

      ✅Milwaukee County Executive

      ✅ City of Milwaukee Mayor

      ✅ Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Branch 5

      ✅ Common Council (Alderwoman and Alderman) by District

      ✅ City of Milwaukee Comptroller

      ✅ City of Milwaukee Treasurer

      ✅ City of Milwaukee Attorney

      ✅ Milwaukee County Supervisors for Districts 4,6, and 11

      Be sure to head over to www.myvote.wi.gov to see your February sample ballot, and your polling location. Don't forget to take your Photo ID with you to the polls on February 18!!

      **The Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals are a nonpartisan organization. We are prohibited from endorsing a candidate or party. We endorse and stand behind the issues, to ensure voter awareness, voter registration, and voter participation. **

    • 02/06/2020 2:55 PM | Anonymous

      We are pleased to partner with Molson Coors Beverage Company for a special Cheers to Milwaukee mixer as the company opens their doors and welcome us to their Milwaukee Campus to share information about all the exciting career opportunities that they have available. 

      At Molson Coors Beverage Company beer brings us together, and our differences make us stronger. We welcome broad experiences, a growth mindset and bold new ideas. We are influenced by culture and community, which inspires new products, strengthens partnerships and brings us closer to our consumers.

      We welcome you to explore our multiple career opportunities (i.e. IT, HR, Finance, Supply Chain, Sales, Legal and Corporate Affairs).

      To learn more about Molson Coors Beverage Company job opportunities, please visit http://bit.ly/37cLFHe

      Join Molson Coors for a beverage at their Pub on February 13th. Here's your chance to hear about the career opportunities brewing up that will enhance you as a potential employee!

      This event is FREE however registration is Required. Register by using the below Eventrbite link today!


      Deets: Thursday, February 13, 2020, 4:45-6:30pm

      Location: 3939 W Highland Blvd, Milwaukee, WI 53208

      See you there!

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