LeMoyne-Owen College Call Center Internship (Spring 2020) w/ALSAC|St. Jude

The Program and How To Apply:

This application is for paid spring internship opportunity located on campus at ALSAC’s LeMoyne-Owen College Call Center.
ALSAC offers part-time paid internships (20 hours per week) each semester with flexible shifts.

Interviewing begins November (now) so apply online today!

Flexible Shift Schedule:
Monday through Friday, 12:00-4:00 pm and 5:00-9:00 pm.

Mandatory Training Schedule:
Monday through Friday, 12:00-4:00 pm or 5:00-9:00 pm for first 2 weeks of internship. Must be able to fully commit to training period. Training is located at Crosstown Concourse.

Tentative Start Date: February 2020

Must be able to maintain confidentiality.
Must be actively enrolled at LeMoyne-Owen College and must be 18 years of age.

Apply here for LOC: https://bit.ly/2PZoP0u

Apply here for U of M: https://bit.ly/36HerAq

Code Road 12-Week Technology Awareness Program for Young Ladies, Ages 16-24!

Memphis Contact:  Latanyua T. Robinson, Business Services

GMACW | Solving the Skills Gap

40 South Main Street, Suite 1740 | Memphis, Tennessee 38103 | Office: 901-614-0987

Code Road

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This event is FREE & OPEN to pregnant and parenting teens and young adults (ages 16 to 20 yrs. old)

When: Saturday, April 5, 2014

Where: 804 Walker Avenue (on the campus of LeMoyne-Owen)

Time: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm


Participants will attend a workshop, earn Baby Store Points, learn about Teen+, and have tons of fun. 


Light Breakfast and Lunch will be served.  SPACE IS LIMITED!  REGISTER TODAY!


Complete the attached form and return to Christine Telford by fax at 222-4316 or by email at 



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Vendor Form

Participant Form

LOC FlyerYou Can’t Hold Me Down!


An inspirational play written by Joy Henderson

Saturday, March 8, 2014 – Doors open at 2:00 pm

$10 cost for tickets


SCS Family and Community Fair

Homeless Connect 4 Needs Volunteers

300 more volunteers are needed for this Thursday at the Convention Center.  If you have at least 4 hours in the morning or at least 2 hours in the afternoon, please go to the Community Alliance for the Homeless Website and sign up.  I am conducting training in my class on Tuesday at 11:00 AM in GOH 314 and Wednesday at 3:00 PM in GOH 308.  Spanish language translators are especially needed.  If you have any questions, contact me by email.

Femi I. Ajanaku, Ph.D.

Center for African & African American Studies

LeMoyne-Owen College

807 Walker Ave.

Memphis 38126

901 435-1427

Project AWARE Mentoring Program (PAMP) 6th Annual STEP UP 4 CHILDREN STEP SHOW !!


Project AWARE Mentoring Program (PAMP) through Families of Incarcerated Individuals, Inc. (FII) will host its “Annual STEP UP 4 CHILDREN: Step Show Competition” on Saturday, March 10, 2012 at the historic Lemoyne-Owen College (Gymnasium), 807 Walker Avenue, 1:00 pm. STEP UP 4 CHILDREN is a campaign to promote the importance of mentoring and community involvement to ensure that all children are given a fair chance in life. Events planned for the day include music, giveaways and special guest appearances from our outstanding leaders of Shelby County.  This is no ordinary step show competition!!!!  Competitors will be the “best of the best” step teams in Memphis City and Shelby County Schools and other Tennessee & Mississippi School Systems.

We are encouraging the whole community to come out and support!

Tickets are $5.00 in advance/ $7.00 at the door.

Spots are still available so to register your team or purchase tickets please call 901-726-6191 Today !