In response to the October 5, arrest of Rockell Baldwin at Hanes Magnet School by a school resource officer, James Perry, Winston-Salem Urban League issued the following statement: While we are still collecting facts in the disturbing and violent arrest of 14-year-old Rockell Baldwin at Hanes Magnet School, the current available information provides no reasonable explanation for an adult male to slam a child to the hot pavement, put his knee in her back, apply the full weight of his body to her, and hold her face against the hot pavement and handcuff her. We urge the following: The school resource officer who engaged in this...

Seasonal Cashier Associate Burlington Stores  -  Winston Salem, NC View details to share this job **Overview** If you want an exciting job with one of the largest off-price retail stores in the nation, join the Burlington Stores, Inc. team as a Stock and Merchandise Flow Associate! Are y...

Supply Chain MEM Assistant Customer Service Representative PepsiCo Corp  -  Winston-Salem, NC View details to share this job  $12.76 per hour The SC MEM Asst. Customer Service Rep will provide Fountain Beverage customers throughout the nation a single point of contact for fountain equipment service issues. Althoug...

The Summer Youth Employment Program Application Deadline has been Extended!!! Applications are due Friday, June 22! Click here to apply. This award-winning program serves low-income teens ages 15 to 19. Each teen earns a stipend while learning career skills from a local employer! Applications must be submitted online. Applicants can use the W-S Urban League downtown, 5th Street or Patterson computer labs to complete and submit applications. Applications are due Friday, June 22nd by 5 pm. Click here to see income limits for applicants. Email syep@wsurban.org for additional information. Are you a local employer who wants to give back? Click here to host a Summer...

Join us for the Winston-Salem Urban League Annual Meeting. The Board and staff will honor individuals who have played key roles in furthering the Winston-Salem Urban League mission. The CEO will update members with successes from the current year and share his vision for the new fiscal year. [edgtf_button size="" type="" text="RSVP Now" custom_class="" icon_pack="font_awesome" fa_icon="" link="https://www.eventbrite.com/e/w-s-urban-league-annual-meeting-tickets-44152735019?ref=ecal" target="_self" color="" hover_color="" background_color="" hover_background_color="" border_color="" hover_border_color="" font_size="" font_weight="" margin=""] DATE AND TIME Thu, June 28, 2018 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT Add to Calendar LOCATION Winston-Salem Urban League Event Center 510 Trade St. Winston-Salem, NC 27101 ...

WE WANT YOU! Click here for this year’s application. This award-winning program serves low-income teens ages 15 to 19. Each teen earns a stipend while learning career skills from a local employer! This year, all applications must be submitted online. Applicants can use the W-S Urban League downtown or Patterson computer labs to complete and submit applications. Applications are due Friday, June 15th by 5pm. INCOME LIMITS FOR EACH INCOME CATEGORY FOR HOUSEHOLD SIZES 1 TO 8: Range of Incomes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 to 30% of median $13,150 $15,000 $16,900 $18,750 $20,250 $21,750 $23,250 $24,750 31% to 50% of median $21,900 $25,000 $28,150 $31,250 $33,750 $36,250 $38,750 $41,250 51% to 60% of median $26,280 $30,000 $33,780 $37,500 $40,500 $43,500 $46,500 $49,500 61% to 80% of median $35,000 $40,000 $45,000 $50,000 $54,000 $58,000 $62,000 $66,000 Greater than 80% of median All of those with incomes greater than...

Stocking/Backroom Sears Holdings Corporation  -  Winston-Salem, NC Req/Job ID: 922738BR Employing Entity: Sears, Roebuck and Co. Employment Category: Regular, Part-time Job Function: Sales Support Store ID: 01375: Sears Winston Salem NC The Store Support Ass...

FOR RELEASE MAY 9, 2018 WINSTON-SALEM URBAN LEAGUE PRESIDENT & CEO FEATURED IN 2018 STATE OF BLACK AMERICA WINSTON-SALEM – The National Urban League’s annual State of Black Americareport, which evaluates the relative social and economic status of African Americans, this year includes commentary from James Perry. "Right here in Winston-Salem, we're leading the charge to make lives better. Through our computer labs on 5th Street and Patterson Ave, we are constantly connecting our community to the digital revolution. People are always shocked when they step into my office and realize that it is a small but mighty digital studio...