Let’s Keep it Real!
This training is the first in a ten part series.
We will hold monthly sessions, covering business fundamentals, entrepreneurship, and access to capital. It is specifically designed with the input of Black, Indigenous, People of Color in mind.
This first session will be focused on introducing the complete training program and diving into business plans.
We are thrilled to announce that participants will be automatically eligible to apply for a grant to fund purchases of qualified assets. Details will be covered in this first session.
- Via Live Scheduled Zoom Sessions – Monthly
- Additional Affinity Sessions
- Online Via Learning Management System (LMS)
- 24- Hour Access
- Community Discussion Board
- Private/ Participant Content
- Individual Advising
Funded by the Wells Fargo Foundation and AEDC Small Business Lending Center.
* NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT IDENTIFY AS BIPOC PLEASE DO NOT SIGN UP FOR THIS EVENT. This is designed as a safe space for networking and learning for people who identify as Black/African American, Latine / Indigena, Person of Color, and Indigenous/Native American.
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