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"Have you considered turning your hobby into a business? No better way to wake up then to love what you do."
- Melonie Dodaro
What is the Entrepreneur Program
The Centre for Social Justice and Good Works has developed and delivers an entrepreneur program. A business is four times as likely to be successful when matched with a mentor with proven skills. A mentor is an experienced and trusted adviser. This program matches business start-ups with proven successful leaders from the community who offer mentorship and business advice on a volunteer basis two to three hours a month.
Who can participate?
The mentorship program will assist individuals who have or are in the process of creating start up businesses.
What are the Benefits?
Skills development and training
Direction from established business mentors, and with the assistance of community partners
Independence and the ability to be self-sustaining
For more information on the Entrepreneur Program please contact Centre for Social Justice and Good Works.