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Urban League of Union County  Www.ulucyp.org --Non profit organization for young professionals (21-40) serving our affiliate (UL of Union County), the community and our members


#FlashbackFriday Volunteering at the food bank! #ypempowered #ulucyp #volunteerism

The lovely ladies of @sdincnj and @ulucyp...making a difference in Union County!

President Kendall Givens and VP Crystal Orr with @repbonnie Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, the keynote speaker for today! #ypempowered

Some of the great women who participated today at the conference! #womenempowerment

Some of the ladies from @ulucyp representing at #celebrationofwomanhood Conference #STEM #empoweringwomen #communityservice

Remember to vote today in NJ!! There are many important primary elections including Gubernatorial race!! GO VOTE!! Polls close at 8pm! #vote #YPEmpowered

Don't miss #stateofblackamerica TONIGHT at 8pm!!! Watch virtually or on TV One! #urbanleague #nulyp #ulucyp

#fbf last Saturday at #YPHonors2017 we honored 11 distinguished young professionals from our community!! Thank you to everyone who attended, supported or sponsored the event! We really transformed it to #YPHavanaNights More Pictures to come....

Tomorrow get ready to have a good time full of fun and laughs with our host Steven Strickland! Check out his website at www.stevenstrickland.biz #YPHONORS2017 #YPEmpowered #ULUCYP

YP Honors is tomorrow! Excited to see you all there!

Please Congratulate our S.T.E.M. Honoree Priscilla Paul! #ULUCYP #YPEMPOWERED
Priscilla earned her bachelors in Chemical Engineering from The Cooper Union in New York. Since graduating with her masters and doctorate also in Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY in 2013, she has worked at Accenture as a Management Consultant helping top pharmaceutical companies to transition their organizations through complex changes.
She is passionate about supporting STEM education for underrepresented minority students and has been a participated in leadership roles in organizations such as the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and Minority Graduate Student Association through her school years. As a professional, she continues to dedicate her time to promoting and supporting inclusion and diversity at work. She participates in Accenture’s Skills to Succeed initiative to equip 800,000+ people with the skills that open doors to economic opportunity by working with Upwardly Global to practice interview skills with professional immigrant candidates and Genesys Works to review college application personal statement for interested applicants.
Priscilla partners with ULUCYP and Someone’s Daughter by volunteering in the Girls STEM Academy where they build and program robots. She also recently participated in the NYULYP S.T.E.A.M. Conference as a mentor and worked with the Central Jersey National Society of Black Engineers Professionals Chapter to bring high school students to visit NJIT in April.

Do you have your ticket for YP Honors Yet? Email yphonors.ulucyp@gmail.com before it's too late!
Please Congratulate our Civil Service Honoree Arnold Pierre! #ULUCYP #YPEMPOWERED... Arnold Pierre was born and raised in Elizabeth, NJ where he graduated from Elizabeth High School in 2006. He then graduated from Union County College (U.C.C.) in 2009. He later graduated from Rutgers University in 2012 obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. While at Rutgers University, he was inducted into the Alpha Phi Sigma National Honor Society, for his works in the field of criminal justice.

Arnold Pierre has practical experience in public service through his advocating experience for youth and community development. He fostered many in the Office of Youth and was a member and honoree of the Elizabeth Municipal Alliance Committee (EMAC). The Alliance is formed of government and community-based organizations with a knowledgeable interest in providing public awareness programs geared towards educating adolescents on drug and alcohol prevention.
Arnold worked for the Elizabeth Police Department as a security systems operator. In 2012, he was honored by the Elizabeth Police Department for his involvement in the apprehension of suspects that was connected to the armed robbery of an elderly lady.
Arnold Pierre became a United States Capital Police Officer (U.S.C.P.) on Friday, January 23, 2014. His intensive training began at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (F.L.E.T.C) located in Brunswick, Georgia, where he graduated from a three months program that would qualify him to become a (U.S.C.P) officer. After graduating (F.L.E.T.C) Arnold successfully completed the (U.S.C.P) program requirements that required an additional three months in Cheltenham, Maryland.
Arnold was selected and completed Capitol Police's Basic Agent Training Program (B.A.T.P) on September 2016. He continues to further his passion to serving his country.

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