Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Side Street to Main Street Looking For New Candidates for Minority Entrepreneurship Program

MANDATORY PROGRAM ORIENTATION MEETING and APPLICATION SUBMISSION for FALL 2017/WINTER 2018 SIDE STREET TO MAIN STREET BUSINESS &
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CLASS 21

The Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce is now accepting candidates for the Fall 2017/Winter 2018 Side Street to Main Street Business & Leadership Development Program scheduled to begin on Tuesday, October 10, 2017. To participate, all interested candidates must attend the Mandatory Class 21 Program Orientation and Application Submission Meeting, on Tuesday, September 5, 2017, 7:00 PM, at the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce, 393 Main Street, Middletown, CT.

Now entering its 21st  year, the Side Street to Main Street Business & Leadership Development Program is a one year long entrepreneurial and business development course, with a rigorous curriculum, designed to assist minority small business owners in the community, who have not had formal business training, to become more successful by developing the attitudes, skills and qualities necessary for effective business ownership, and success, taking them from the Side Street to the Main Street of the business community.

Since the inception of the Program in 1997, over 248 people have graduated from the Side Street to Main Street Business & Leadership Development Program, which has been fully funded and supported by Aetna, Inc., and it has been a successful and most effective way in which we have encouraged the development and growth of small, minority-owned businesses, which are now part of the business community.

For more detailed information and to register for the Mandatory Class 21 Program Orientation and Application Submission Meeting, Email: Jennifer@middlesexchamber.com.

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