Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Entrepreneurship training from DC Gov't coming up

While this isn't in the neighborhood, considering how many folks I hear talk about starting businesses in the neighborhood, and folks who are looking for work, I figured this would be useful.
Unemployed? Under-Employed? Interested in starting your own small business?  
ENTERPRISE DC is an innovative year-long entrepreneurship training program that provides free personalized assistance to start your small business. Participants receive computer training, financial advice, business mentoring and loan assistance to support their efforts to turn a hobby or skill into a profitable business. 
Interested? Come to one of our upcoming Information Sessions:
Monday, December 17, 11AM @ Anacostia Library, Room: Medium 2
Wednesday, December 19, 12PM @ MLK Library, Room: A-9
Friday, December 21, 9:30AM @ Benning Library, Room: LG 
Applications Available at 
Contact Information:
Phone • 202.529.5505 ext. 211
Email •
This program is a partnership between WACIF, ByteBack and the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Fdtn. and made possible with support from the DC Dept. of Employment Services (DOES)

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