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Lawson State Part of $10M Job Training Initiative Offered by state’s...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times The Alabama Community College System Innovation Center, a $10 million investment aimed at rapidly training workers for the state’s highest-demand...

Mike Kemp Named First Black Chair of Leading Alabama Business Group...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Birmingham CEO Mike Kemp has been named the chairman of the Business Council of Alabama (BCA) and will be the...

Birmingham Promise Scholarship Applications Now Open For Class of 2022

dcwins.com Applications for Birmingham Promise scholarships open today for seniors in Birmingham City Schools who will start college next fall. Birmingham Promise provides up to four...

Miles College student among Coca-Cola UNITED’s Annual ‘Pay It Forward’ Winners

ccbcu.com Coca-Cola Bottling Company UNITED is gearing up for the 2021 edition of the company-wide "Pay It Forward" program this week, aiming to provide African-American...

Roy Wood Jr. wants greater career opportunities for youths in Alabama

By A la Carte Alabama Roy Wood Jr. had a good amount of success on radio and doing standup comedy in Birmingham. But to reach his...

Inside the success of Workshops Empowerment Inc.’s jobs program

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Beth Mitchell wanted to work but struggled to find a job. The Birmingham resident was diagnosed with depression and labored...

At 17, Rae’Mah Henderson Will Get to Make Her Big Pitch...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Rae’Mah Henderson is only 17 years old, but her ambition and work ethic have always impressed those around her. It...

The Birmingham Public Library is holding Job Readiness Workshops

By Roy L. Williams Birmingham Public Library Do your interviewing skills need improving? Is your resume outdated? Do you even know how to apply for a...

Birmingham Urban League plans entrepreneurship center to grow minority businesses

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times More than half of all businesses in Birmingham are owned by African-Americans, but they make up only one percent of...

First ever Minority Pre-Law Conference in Alabama begins Friday

Special to The Times The inaugural College Minority Pre-Law Conference will be held in Birmingham on Friday, April 21 at the Robert S. Vance Federal...

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