July 19, 2018
-Rachel Luckett, Outreach Director for UAPB-North Little Rock Campus | University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff re-opens their Science Program in North Little Rock. This undergraduate degree program in regulatory sciences is intended to prepare students in Central Arkansas for careers related to regulatory and compliance activities with Federal, State, and Local Governments, and also industry. Students can earn a Bachelor Degree in Regulatory Science with three options: Industrial Health & Safety; Environmental Biology; and Agricultural Science. Classes start August 27th. Apply in person or online. The UAPB North Little Rock campus is located at 1333 Main Street. To apply and learn more, call 501-374-3985 or visit www.uapb.edu and click on “Academics” and choose “North Little Rock Site.”
-Courtney Hobbs, Founder of BeYouTiFul Women’s Empowerment, Inc. and #MtE: More than Enough; and husband Gerone Hobbs, Pulaski County Coroner; and Little Rock Police Department Sgt. Willie Davis of the OK Program LR Rock Chapter. | BeYouTiFul Women’s Empowerment, Inc. and #MtE: More than Enough partners with the OK Program to present Back 2 School Clothing Drive, Saturday, July 21st from 9am-2pm at Tyler Street Baptist Church Opportunity Center, 2100 South Tyler Street in Little Rock. This event will give away school supplies, gently used school attire and uniforms, and personal care items. There will also be door prizes and drawings. Donations are still being accepted. A second date for the Back 2 School Clothing Drive will be Saturday, August 4th from 9am-2pm at the same location. For more information, call 501-410-3752 or visit Beyoutiful Women’s Empowerment, Inc. on Facebook.
-Wonder Lowe and Neil Sealy of Arkansas Community Institute | Let the Arkansas Community Institute/Arkansas Community Organizations help you reduce your debt and improve your credit score. You can receive assistance resolving student loan debt, help with your hospital bills, and also in making ends meet if you have to pay high court fines and fees. Join with others to stop loan sharks and debt collectors from picking your pockets. Get help qualifying for an affordable home loan. The Financial Justice Campaign within this organization meets Tuesdays at 11am and Thursdays at 5:30pm. They have group meetings and individual coaching. For a small fee of $10 a month, you can become a member of the organization and take advantage of this program and more services. Arkansas Community Institute is located at 2101 South Main Street in Little Rock. For more information, call 501-376-7151 or visit www.arkansascomm.org or visit them on Arkansas Community Organizations on Facebook.