Metropolitan Orlando Urban League Jobs: Overview

Established in 1910, The National Urban League is the nation's oldest and largest community-based movement devoted to empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream. Today, the National Urban League, headquartered in New York City, spearheads the non-partisan efforts of its local affiliates. 

Founded on August 5, 1977, the Metropolitan Orlando Urban League is one of over 100 nationwide affiliates of the National Urban League. The agency formed when concerned former City of Orlando Mayor Carl Langford spearheaded an effort along with other recognized and respected community leaders who felt the African American community in Orlando needed support and could benefit from an organization such as the Urban League. Mayor Langford formed a sponsoring committee and the Metropolitan Orlando Urban League was born.

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    The mission of the Metropolitan Orlando Urban League is to assist African Americans and disadvantaged individuals of Central Florida in the achievement of social and economic equality.

    Our three-pronged strategy for pursuing the mission is:

    • Ensuring that our children are well-educated and equipped for economic self-reliance in the 21st century;
    • Helping adults attain economic self-sufficiency through good jobs, homeownership, entrepreneurship and wealth accumulation; and
    • Ensuring our civil rights by eradicating all barriers to equal participation in the economic and social mainstream of America.
      HOW WE DO IT
      The Metropolitan Orlando Urban League is a local movement dedicated to empowering African American communities and changing the lives of individuals and families. We believe there’s a role for all those who wish to contribute to accomplishing the Metropolitan Orlando Urban League’s Mission and helping to empower the African-American Community. And whether you’re a first-time donor or a repeat contributor, we thank you!
      For almost three decades the support of corporations, foundations, associations and individuals has helped us accomplish great strides in our mission to eradicate the remaining equality gaps separating our nation. Your generous contributions allow us to reach more children and families and to help effect lasting change that can help improve economic opportunity and life conditions for millions of Americans. Your Support helps us fulfill our mission through seven focus areas:
      Civic Engagement
      Civil Rights and Racial Justice
      Community Development
      Education and Youth
      Economic Empowerment
      Health and the Quality of Life
      Workforce Development and Human Services

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