This virtual training is designed to assist emerging leaders in developing the necessary skills and mindset to succeed in their roles. This is a 6-part workshop series (each workshop is 90 minutes long) taken as a bundle. Those who complete the entire 6-part series earn a certificate of completion. Starts October 5, 9:30 – 10 am
JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OR – Small business owners in Southern Oregon have an opportunity to receive training and mentorship offered through the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) of Rogue Community College (RCC).
The first 20 applicants accepted into the Small Business Management Program (SBM), with classes starting in the fall, will receive a scholarship that covers half of the tuition, a $300 value. The scholarship is made available through the RCC Board of Education.
For information on the SBM Program, please call 541-956-7494 or email Advisor Tim Busald at TBusald@roguecc.edu. For general information, please call the RCC SBDC at 541-956-7494 or, for more information, visit: https://sbdc.roguecc.edu/small-business-management.
MEP is a public-private partnership with Centers in all 50 states and Puerto Rico dedicated to serving small and medium-sized manufacturers.
The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) is a US Federal organization to help minority business enterprises. Included are all people of color with initiatives for Global Women of Color Economic Empowerment and Entrepreneurship Education for Former Incarcerated Persons. Assistance includes access to capital, contracts and markets (high growth industries, emerging markets and global supply chains).