State University of New York College at Old Westbury Community Action Learning and Leadership Program

 

      


                
                Invites You to:
            
The Campaign for Achievement

                                “Spreading the Gospel that Achievement Matters”

        A Community Education Workshop

Friday, May 9, 2014

9:00am-10:30am

State University of New York College at Old Westbury

Student Union Conference Room A

Old Westbury, New York

 
For Information Contact:

Urban League of Long Island Campaign for Achievement

50 Clinton Street Suite 204

Hempstead, New York 11550

Telephone: (516) 570-6645

Email:  info@urbanleaguelongisland.org

The Urban League of Long Island Campaign for Achievement is an ongoing initiative focused on combating the negative stereotypes of African-American, Hispanic and other youth of color that include images of gang affiliation and underachievement.

Since 1998, the Urban League of Long Island has annually inducted hundreds of youth into the National Achievers Society, an honor society for youth of color and enrolled Campaign Partners that encourage positive youth engagement via their own local programs and services.

State University of New York College at Old Westbury Community Action Learning and Leadership Program 2014 Interns were assigned to work at the Urban League of Long Island as their Community Engagement Site and will facilitate the workshop session.

 
 
 
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The mission of the Urban League of Long Island is to empower African-Americans and other disenfranchised individuals to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power, and civil rights.

The Urban League of Long Island employs a five-point strategy, tailored to the needs of our local Long Island constituency, in order to implement the mission of our Movement.

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National Achievers Society APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE 

Applications Due FRIDAY, MAY 23, 2014 - Online/Email Submissions Only!

To: Superintendents, Teachers, Community Leaders, & Parents  

From: Urban League of Long Island, Inc.  

Re: Now Accepting Applications for the National Achievers Society!

Far too often communities of color, and the youth of these communities, are negatively associated with images of gang violence and underachievement. The Urban League of Long Island seeks to change such negative stereotypes. Each year we induct youth who have succeeded at “Doing the Right Thing” into our prestigious National Achievers Society.

We are accepting applications for this year’s Induction Ceremony. We need your nominations!

Please review the attached information and distribute to youth, parents, and any individuals who could potentially benefit from this extraordinary opportunity.

We must acknowledge the positive achievements of our youth!

Thank you for your assistance and feel free to contact the Urban League of Long Island should you have questions. You can reach us as follows:

Urban League of Long Island, Inc.
50 Clinton Street, Suite 205
Hempstead, NY 11550
Phone: 516.570.6645
Fax: 516.570.6104
Email: info@urbanleaguelongisland.org

 

State University of New York College at Old Westbury Community Action Learning and Leadership Program

 

      


                
                Invites You to:
            
The Campaign for Achievement

                                “Spreading the Gospel that Achievement Matters”

        A Community Education Workshop

Friday, May 9, 2014

9:00am-10:30am

State University of New York College at Old Westbury

Student Union Conference Room A

Old Westbury, New York

 
For Information Contact:

Urban League of Long Island Campaign for Achievement

50 Clinton Street Suite 204

Hempstead, New York 11550

Telephone: (516) 570-6645

Email:  info@urbanleaguelongisland.org

The Urban League of Long Island Campaign for Achievement is an ongoing initiative focused on combating the negative stereotypes of African-American, Hispanic and other youth of color that include images of gang affiliation and underachievement.

Since 1998, the Urban League of Long Island has annually inducted hundreds of youth into the National Achievers Society, an honor society for youth of color and enrolled Campaign Partners that encourage positive youth engagement via their own local programs and services.

State University of New York College at Old Westbury Community Action Learning and Leadership Program 2014 Interns were assigned to work at the Urban League of Long Island as their Community Engagement Site and will facilitate the workshop session.

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