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2017 NUL Conference Volunteer


The Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc. is looking for volunteers for the upcoming 2017 National Urban League Conference. For four power packed days, political, business, and community leaders will convene in St. Louis, Missouri, for the 2017 National Urban League Conference, July 26 through July 29th.

To support the conference, ULSTL looks for volunteers to assist with pre-conference preparation, session monitoring, logistics support, and other conference-related tasks.  In return for volunteering, volunteers receive a complimentary conference registration, giving you access to educational workshops on a wide range of topics as well as other non-ticketed events and the exhibit show.   To volunteer at the conference, please fill out the application form below. After your application is accepted, we will contact you within two weeks of your submission.

Should you have any questions, please email  We look forward to working with you and truly appreciate your interest in supporting the Urban League movement and its mission.


Thank You For Signing up to Volunteer at the 2017 NUL Conference.

At this time, we are no longer recruiting volunteers for the 2017 NUL Conference. However, we would still love for you to attend the conference and/or to consider volunteering at the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc.! For additional information on how to volunteer at ULSTL click here.  Please visit to register for the conference. Thank you again for your interested in volunteering. We are grateful for the overwhelming response that we have received, and we hope that you will continue to support the National Urban League and the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis!

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