The APWI targets under-served, homeless, ex-offenders, and other individuals with barriers to employment.
APWI addresses the following challenges faced by our clients:
- Lack of transportation
- Need for affordable clothing and work attire
- Affordable clothing and work attire
- Lack of soft work skills
- Lack of occupational skills
- Need for basic computer skills
- Lack of job search assistance
- Connection to willing employers
- When rentals are available, they are listed on the Urban League’s Website: Rentals
- All rentals are 3 Bedroom Homes in the Midwest City Area
- $750 Rent, $750 Security Deposit
- Tenant responsible for Utilities, Lawn Maintenance
- No Pets
- Available online
- Only required to turn in final test and client sheet.
- Certificate issued on completion with a 70 % or above score.
Homes for Sale
- All homes for sale are 3 Bedroom homes located in the Midwest City Area.
- When available they are listed on the Urban League’s website.
- Urban League does not offer Down Payment Assistance
- Urban League does have a partner agency The City of Midwest City that does offer
Down Payment Assistance
- When available you will apply online on the Urban League’s website
The Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City’s (ULOKC) Parent Resource Center (PRC) is a tool to empower parents to be more informed and successful advocates for excellent public schools, to educate parents about school choices, and to equip parents with skills to become leaders and advocates in their child’s school. With the assistance of the Walton Foundation, the ULOKC’s PRC develops and distributes culturally sensitive information for parents that will engage and educate parents in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area on public schools and school choices.
Clinical Trials and Ongoing Safety Monitoring Show That COVID-19 Vaccination Is Safe for Children and Teens. Before recommending COVID-19 vaccination, scientists conducted clinical trials with thousands of children and teens to make sure the vaccine is safe and effective. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine emergency authorization for use in everyone ages 5 through 15 years and full approval for use in everyone ages 16 years and older. Learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines were developed and approved.
Vaccines scheduling assistance is available by contacting one of the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City – Community Health Navigators.
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