Legislative Policy Conference (LPC)

    The annual Legislative Policy Conference (LPC) held in the Spring, provides Urban League affiliate delegations, from around the country, the opportunity to meet face to face with their members of Congress in Washington, D.C. The National Urban League Policy Institute hosts a 2 ½ day Conference to raise the visibility of the National Urban League (NUL) and the Urban League movement on Capitol Hill. Its goal is to empower the NUL and Urban League affiliates on Capitol Hill with a common targeted policy and legislative agenda. In additional to Congressional meetings, the LPC provides information through panel and workshop discussions on key policy issues, and provides the Urban League Movement with briefings from Congressional leaders.

    National Urban League Conference

    The National Urban League Annual Conference held in late July/early August, is where its leadership, members and partners participate in discussions around the state of the organization and urban America. Attended by 8,000 – 10,000 attendees, the conference provides its attendees and the local community opportunities to participate in featured exhibits in an exposition hall, a career and college fair, several top tier dynamic keynote speakers, networking, entertainment and cultural events. It serves as an opportunity for national, regional and local leaders who influence and serve the African American and minority community to converge – people with whom you can build partnerships, network and share knowledge! This conference also hosts the National Urban League Young Professionals Summit (age 21-40), Youth Leadership Summit (age 12-18) and a Small Business Matters Entrepreneurship Summit. This week long event is held in a major U.S. city at the end of July.

    Whitney M. Young, Jr. Urban Leadership Development Conference (WMY)

    The Whitney M. Young, Jr. Urban Leadership Development Conference (WMY) takes place each Fall. It is designed for Young Professional Presidents, leaders and future leaders interested in honing their leadership skills. WMY seeks to provide tools to increase affiliate support, young professional engagement, chapter growth and individual leadership skills. Participants will be able to use the tools gained from this weekend to develop a comprehensive strategy for NULYP chapter success and personal/professional success. Learn from current and past leaders in the Young Professionals movement and leaders in private industry to help you chart your course for chapter and individual success!