The Urban League Young Professionals of Metropolitan St. Louis is an auxiliary organization of the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, comprised of young urban leaders whose time, energy and talents are dedicated to improving the welfare of St. Louis community residents. The Young Professionals are committed to seeking innovative solutions to persistent social problems, such as economic empowerment, education, civil rights, civic engagement and financial management. Their goal is to form a cohesive group of young professional leaders who can leverage their collective experience, education, resources and talents towards improving the lives of those in need. The Young Professionals host monthly meetings on the second Wednesday of every month at the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc. located at 3701 Grandel Square.
May General Body Meeting
May 10th, 20176:00pm networking | 6:30pm meeting start
3701 Grandel Square, St. Louis, MO. 63108
Come join the Urban League Young Professionals of Metropolitan St. Louis during our May General Body meeting.
We will be hosting Mark Butler, an established St. Louis Realtor since 2008, and partner Antione Lawrence. Together, they own and operate Hybrid Real Estate, sold over 200 homes, and manage 30 rental units.
They will be teaching us the basics of home and rental property buying. He will be demystifying the house buying process and answering the questions that matter to us.
This will be an engaging and interactive meeting that you don't want to miss !
Come out and join the Urban League Young Professionals of Metropolitan St. Louis Network. Meet our current members and learn how you can get involved in the Urban League movement. Please bring a friend or co-worker to join with you.
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Thanks to everyone who came out during our 2016 Join Week!
Between The Ages of 21 - 40 (we also have a junior level 18-20).
Want To Make A Difference In Your Community.
Be Part Of A National Civic Organization, Recognized For Making Change.