Register for GWUL's Summer Entrepreneurship Cohort, Beginning July 26, 2017 - Spaces Limited

Jul 19, 2017

The Entrepreneurship Center at GWUL is offering a 10-week entrepreneurship program to new and existing business in the Washington, DC area. The program features weekly classes and one-on-one counseling to address your specific needs.

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CONVERTING OFFICE SPACE TO APARTMENTS SEEMS GREAT – BUT MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS

Jul 7, 2017

It seems like a great idea, and rather simple, on the surface: the D.C. City Council, spurred by Councilman-at-Large Robert White, introduced a bill creating an “Office of Affordable Housing Task Force” back in May as a way to explore the use of vacant commercial space as apartment style homes.  The goal is to somehow make a dent in the city’s affordable housing crunch. Read more »

WE MAY HAVE JUST MISSED AN IMPORTANT CONVERSATION ON THE DISTRICT’S BLACK UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

Jul 7, 2017

The summer season hadn’t even officially started, yet, and there were already simmering tensions between law enforcement and the D.C. Read more »

Current employment opportunities available with DC Water Contractors

Jul 7, 2017

Listed are the current employment opportunities available with DC Water Contractors and the minimum requirements for each. If interested, identify the position(s) you are applying for and submit a current resume to DC Water Works via email: dcwaterworks@dcwater.com. All positions are full time unless otherwise stated. Please call the DC Water Works Center at: 202-787-2304 with any questions. Read more »

GWUL Weatherization Program Is Seeking Qualified Companies To Provide Energy Conservation Improvement Services

Jun 9, 2017

Greater Washington Urban League, Inc. (GWUL) is seeking qualified companies to provide energy conservation improvement services in accordance with terms and conditions set forth in this RFQ, and any other term and condition in any contract subsequently awarded. Read more »

The District Of Columbia Is Becoming An Unaffordable Place To Live – We Should Fix That

Apr 14, 2017

We are faced with growing evidence that Washington, D.C. is - very rapidly - becoming less of an affordable place for certain families along the socio-economic scale to live in. At this pace, there’s seemingly no end in sight to the trend. Read more »