The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh was founded in 1918 with the shared National Urban League mission of enabling African-Americans to secure economic self-reliance, parity and power, and civil rights.

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ULGP’s Education and Youth Development Department has an excellent track record for providing innovative and effective out of school time learning programming that’s designed to inspire, encourage. lead and cultivate young African Americans as well as other youth to excel academically.

The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh’s Education & Youth Development Department works to increase the number of youth who: Go on to college or have post-secondary plan, Demonstrate work readiness and understand career pathways and options, Demonstrate leadership skills and healthy life choices, and Prepare for major transitions including school, work, life.

BMLDI

BLACK MALE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE

This program increases educational and leadership opportunities for selected young African American men to expand their leadership skills to make an impact in their local communities.

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BFLDI

BLACK FEMALE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE

A program for African American Girls encouraging them to envision a future of their own making, to embrace the responsibility of leadership in their homes and communities, and to practice the positive, self-care needed in order to create and maintain a healthy and satisfying life.

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Tech U

ENGAGE IN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING, SOCIAL MEDIA, & OTHER CREATIVE USES OF TECHNOLOGY

A group of youth programs at the Urban League that focus on academic improvement, enhancing aspirations and developing career goals through technology.

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