Greater Baltimore Urban League

512 Orchard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-1947

phone: 410-523-8150

Contact:  Carmen Morosan  --  410-523-8150  --

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Description of activities with links to programs:

Greater Baltimore Urban League (GBUL) seeks to improve the socio-economic conditions and quality of life for African Americans and other minorities in the following five areas of concern:

Employment  --   GBUL provides job placement and customized employment services for diverse populations in the Baltimore metropolitan area, including a interactive computerized career center.

Technology  --  GBUL bridge the digital divide throughout Baltimore by connecting adults and children in low-income communities to the information highway and educational technology.

Urban Youth Empowerment  --  GBUL reconnect youth placed at risk to education via career exploration and training.  The Young Entrpreneurs Institute teaches high school students what it takes to own and operate their businesses using textbooks, role play, interactive games, speakers and more. The Youth Department provides programs that enhance the abilities of our “Future Leaders.” This department serves as a hub of resources and programs with in the African American Community.

Housing  --  GBUL provides counseling for potential home buyers and persons at risk of losing their homes and in need of rental assistance, including seniors.  Housing Seminar  -- helps would-be homebuyers better understand the process of buying a home.

Environmental & Transportation  --  GBUL promotes environment and transportation policies, and to place low-income and minority groups into highway construction and transportation jobs.