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The Louisville Education & Employment Partnership Mentoring Program with The Academy @ Shawnee. (LEEP) Please contact Evelyn Spurley @ 502-485-8329 or Central HIgh School, Johnson and Western Middle, Brandeis, King and Carter Elementary Schools.
Junior Achievement @ www.jaky.org, JCPS, Project One, Youth Build, District Five Youth Advisory Board, SNA and the Restorative Justice Program.
Your Metro Louisville and the council at work: District 1 Councilwoman Dr. Judith Green, District 3 Councilwoman Mary Woolridge, District 4 Councilman David Tandy, District 5 Councilwoman Cheri Hamilton, District 6 Councilman David James. Congressman John Yarmuth, Senator Gerald Neal, State Representatives Reginald Meeks and Darryl Owens. LMPD
West Louisville Business Association
"A Community Connector"
Louisville Central Community Center (LCCC), Chestnut Street YMCA, U of L Signature Partnership, Shawnee Community Center, Plymouth Community Center, California Community Center, The Center for Women and Children, Parkland Alliance, Portland Now, Shawnee, Russell, California and Chickasaw Neighborhood Associations, RING, the Second Chance Act, Job Corp and HBCU Simmons College of Kentucky.
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Co-Alliance of Business Associations, National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), African American Business Alliance (AABA), Tri-State Minority Supplier Development Council (TSMSDC), Hispanic Latino Business Council (HLBC), Louisville Urban League (LUL), West Jefferson County Community Task Force (WJCCTF), The Shipping Port, Parkland and Parkhill Business Associations.
COMMUNITY = Common Unity. The West Louisville Business Association is looking to identify all businesses, groups and service organizations in the Western Louisville area that are working for the overall good of the community and Metro Louisville. WLBA colaborates with other associations, groups or agencies across the city, state and abroad. We freely share the knowledge gained from these relationships. This makes us intentional concerning the economic development and inclusion of our Western Louisville neighborhoods. Thereby allowing us to strengthen our connections and inform you on how to start, grow and develop your business. We try not to replicate products and services unless they are necesary. We strive to use the tools that are already in place and work with each other so that we will not misuse our limited precious and valuable resources. You also get to know your neighbor. Find out about the products and services that are available in your own back yard. As a community we are solution oriented and we focus on what we do have in common.
HBCU Simmons College of Kentucky, Job Corp, GED Programs and Kentuckiana Works