About the Program

Education and Youth Development (EYD) programs work to lessen the achievement gap between African Americans and other minorities to the larger community. This gap threatens the quality of life and the development of a world-class workforce.

Education and Youth Program for African American Community

How We Help

For more than 50 years, the National Urban League’s Education & Youth Development division has worked to improve educational opportunities for African-American and under-served students by developing innovative programs to support their academic achievement, encourage their civic involvement, and contribute to their healthy physical and emotional development.

For more information about our education programs, contact us by phone at 757-627-0864 or by email at

Education and Youth Program for African American Community

Accessibility, Alternate Setting and Accommodation of Disabilities

All disabilities are managed on an as needed basis. The Urban League of Hampton Roads, Inc. office is located on the first floor. Doorways to the building entrance and offices are ADA accessible. Regardless of the impairment counseling services are delivered face-to-face, telephone, home visits, etc. to the following individuals:

  • Hearing Impaired
  • Elderly
  • Accessibility needs