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Why The Liincs Organization?

Our mission is to cultivate a platform for Long Islanders looking to better their community and careers through new connections, professional development, civic engagement, and social impact.

About The LiiNCS Organization

LiiNCS is a Long Island-based 501c3 nonprofit association. We are committed to improving local communities through personal and professional development. We share a commitment to cultivating an environment that encourages action in leadership, social awareness, and civic engagement in areas affecting the future of our community.



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This article was written by Angela Palumbo and first appeared on Shades of Long Island’s web site:   Cops N’ Kids Aim to Form Meaningful Connections between Long Island Youth of Color and Police Cops N’ Kids Long Island, a nonprofit organization located in West Babylon, Long Island, has dedicated itself to connecting youth […]

Editor’s note: Establishing roots on Long Island presents interesting financial challenges. You can meet them head on by following these simple suggestions spelled out nicely by financial literacy expert Rhonda Klch. For more information, you can visit Equity First Foundation By Rhonda Klch Buy a house and get a 15 year fixed mortgage rather than a […]

By Kerrian Fournier Becoming an agile leader requires being open-minded and completely immersed in the present moment. It’s having an insatiable curiosity, eager to experiment and innovate. It’s also a willingness to self-reflect and look at areas that could use improvement. Above all, it’s having the courage to embrace change and make yourself vulnerable. In […]

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SOURCE: BY: Greg Needle, LiiNCS President The Long Island Association’s recently released study on millennial household formation may be troubling, but it does not necessarily spell impending doom for the region. As noted in the study, the population of 25- to 34-year-olds (millennials) was 18,000 higher in 2016 than in 2010. That’s because smart, hard-working […]

MLC discussion on housing Dozens filled the recently-built Greybarn apartment building’s cozy, hip lounge for The Millennial Leadership Coalition’s “Evening Discussion on Millennial Housing on Long Island,” on Oct. 30 in Amityville. Definitely a hip topic, but not cozy, was the frustration about Long Island’s housing challenges. Watch the video above to rich discussion. Three presenters shared […]

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