Upcoming events

    • July 15, 2016
    • July 15, 2017
    • Various


    Across the nation, school districts and school leaders are experiencing overwhelming challenges to educate students and increase high school graduation rates. These challenges are staggering as it relates to students in poverty, particularly African American and Hispanic students.  Members of the community, can play a major role to help overcome these challenges, and we can do so at no cost. The result will be a more vibrant community with increased business growth.

    According to the Alliance for Education, if just half of Florida's dropouts from the class of 2010 had stayed in school and earned diplomas, there would be $322 million in increased earnings, $254 million in increased spending, and 2,750 new
    jobs created over their lifetimes.

    If a greater percentage of our students graduated from high school and went on to post-secondary education or career training, there would be:

    1. More opportunities to sell our products locally.

    2. Increased local sources of qualified employees.

    3. A more vibrant community, making it easier to attract employees from outside the area.

    4. Lower taxes as a result of less community funds spent on law enforcement, courts and
    incarceration.

    Schools cannot solve these issues alone. Many children face daily challenges in their personal
    lives, resulting in students who arrive each day with the burdens of low economic levels and self-
    esteem, making it difficult for them to succeed. These students will especially benefit from an
    additional caring adult in their lives whose encouragement can help them better manage the trials
    facing them.

    What can we do to significantly help address these barriers to learning? What can we do that will
    be very impactful, that cannot be accomplished without us, but which has virtually no cost?
    Become a Lunch Pal.  In only 30 minutes at lunch time once a week, we can make a difference at a nearby elementary or middle school. The total time commitment is one hour, including the travel time to and from
    the school.

    • March 04, 2017
    • February 03, 2018
    • 12 sessions
    • The Getaway 13090 Gandy Blvd North; St. Petersburg, FL 33702
    Registration is closed

    Your role as a member of the Communications Committee is so important to your chapter and the national movement.  We help the chapter communicate with the public, as well as, our members and our affiliate.  Since PCULYP is dedicated to your self-development, we want you to be enriched as a result of your service.  We also understand that your personal time is valuable and sometimes scarce.  That's why your 2017 Communications Committee will have organized roles/tasks, learning opportunities, and fellowship perks to maximize your opportunities for growth in the movement.

    Meetings will be held at 1:00 PM on the first Saturday of each month.  The location will vary.  Meeting duration will be approximately one hour, but will vary based on the topic or outing.

    WHAT IS A SOCIAL AMBASSADOR AND WHY WOULD I WANT TO BE ONE? Because you enjoy interacting with people.  You stay up on what's happening in your chapter, and you like to chat about it with others.  You like meeting new people, so you're always game to hit up a networking event or party.  This month, we're creating a calendar of intriguing events where we can chat up people while promoting our events one on one.  This is a great way to meet new people while volunteering in the movement.

    We'll be discussing other Communications team projects, too.  Please make plans to attend if you're interested in being a part of our team.


    • April 27, 2017
    • December 28, 2017
    • 9 sessions
    • PCUL Headquarters, 333 31st Avenue North, St Petersburg, FL 33713

    Every month, we bring you our signature  networking event with a theme: 4TN.  This month, we're discussing some key business for our auxilliary.


    Free. Non-members welcome.

    Post about our event using #4TN #PCULYP #YPEMPOWERED

Past events

June 10, 2017 Make A Joyful Noise Gospel Brunch
May 31, 2017 TALK BACK WATCH PARTY: The State of Black America
May 11, 2017 Ballin: A Ten Pin Event
May 05, 2017 ROOMMATES & RIDESHARES
April 29, 2017 Dream S.T.E.A.M. Workshop
April 28, 2017 Volunteers Needed!
April 25, 2017 PCULYP Polo SALE!
April 22, 2017 Earth Day Habitat Build
April 21, 2017 Breaking Barriers: Honoring the Life & Legacy of Jackie Robinson
February 24, 2017 CURTAIN CALL: Joe Turner's Come & Gone
February 05, 2017 The Superbowl Suite
February 04, 2017 Barbershop & Talk
February 04, 2017 The Salon Social
February 04, 2017 Fitness Jump-Off
February 01, 2017 Moving Forward
January 30, 2017 Hellos & Headshots
December 16, 2016 Another Swell Noël
November 09, 2016 Wednesday Sip
November 06, 2016 Souls to the Polls
November 05, 2016 Let's Get Vertical
October 21, 2016 Revel & ROAR
October 20, 2016 Thursday Sip
October 10, 2016 PCULYP Elections
October 07, 2016 Oktoberfest Tampa
September 25, 2016 Bubbling Over Brunch
September 10, 2016 31st Annual Community Festival & Fitness Walk/Run
September 02, 2016 Curtain Call with the YP's: BETWEEN CALLS
June 17, 2016 Film Screening & Convo
June 15, 2016 Cocktails & Conversation
June 10, 2016 4th Annual Florida YP Retreat
May 26, 2016 Socializing & Selfies
May 17, 2016 Legislative Policy Conference
May 15, 2016 The Urbane Sip
May 10, 2016 EXCLUSIVE ACCESS EVENT!
April 23, 2016 Self E-Steam
March 24, 2016 March 4TN: Chatting with Neville Lee
March 19, 2016 Medical Coverage Forum
March 09, 2016 Democratic Debate Watch Party
February 25, 2016 INSIDE THE LEAGUE: 4th Thursday Network
February 20, 2016 BEYOND THE SELFIE: Communications Series
February 12, 2016 FAIR PLAY: Social & Cultural Outing
February 10, 2016 Super Friends Role Call: Member Orientation
January 27, 2016 Pinellas County Urban League Annual Meeting & Reception
January 23, 2016 Join Week: MAN CAVE: Engaging Men in the Movement
January 23, 2016 Join Week: Vision Boards & Brunch
January 21, 2016 Join Week: Revisiting the Double Consciousness
January 20, 2016 Join Week: Curtain Call with the YPs: August Wilson's JITNEY
January 20, 2016 Join Week: A Taste of Urban League – Curtain Call Mixer
January 19, 2016 Join Week: The Revolution will be Mobilized: The Rise & Relevance of Social Activism During the Age of #BlackLivesMatter
January 18, 2016 Join Week: MLK Day of Service - SENIOR SMILES Volunteer Event
January 17, 2016 PCULYP Join Week 2016


Pinellas County Urban League Headquarters
333 ~ 31st Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida 33713
Telephone: 727-327-2081

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