PROGRAMMING & SERVICES
Providing educational opportunities for the next generation of leaders.
An education that opens young minds to a world of possibilities is a fundamental human right.
The Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle’s Education programming and services are designed to ensure our youth (and their families) are empowered with opportunities to thrive, excel and facilitate a culture of self-sufficiency, breaking the cycle of poverty and building wealth for generations.
Check out our programming and services below!
The Youth Web Design Program is BACK!
Teaching high school students web development skills by creating websites for local businesses impacted by COVID-19. Businesses and students interested in participating in the summer or fall cohorts can learn more below!
Apply now for the next cohort!
World of Web
Life in the 21st century has introduced the need for technical and digital skills to make the ways in which we work and engage with one another easier and more efficient. To address this need, the Urban League’s World of Web program offers both digital media skills and computer literacy training — at no cost!
The World of Web program, also known as ‘WOW’ began in 2021 with the purpose of offering a free digital skills computer training course to bring program participants up to speed with basic functionality of computer software/hardware and internet browsing capabilities that are required for life in the 21st century.
The World of Web program seeks to train program participants in the following areas of focus:
- Basic Computer Navigation & Keyboarding
- Online Internet Browsing Short Commands
- Job Search Mapping
- Email Etiquette
- Social Media Communication Skills
Program participants must register for a cohort before the official first day of class.
All upcoming WOW cohorts are open to any student participant who meets the following requirements:
- 17 – 30
- Authorized to work in the U.S.
- Possess a high school diploma or equivalent
All cohorts are open to any individual with a diverse background, including but not limited to:
- Those with criminal histories
- Those experiencing homelessness
Youth education & information about COVID-19.