Ice House Entrepreneurship - From Joblessness to Business Ownership
Every Wednesday from September 4 - October 23 A $150 value - covered by scholarship Do you have a desire or need to start a business to support yourself? in this course, you will learn eight life lessons from an unlikely entrepreneur with a compelling story. Clifton Taulbert, a Pultizer Nominated Author whose journey led from the cotton fields to the ice house and to bank ownership and allowed him to ultimately live his dream, will unveil his path to success through the class materials. Explore and be inspired by the entrepreneurial mindset behind the behaviors that led Clifton and others to become successful business owners. Participants will be asked to sign an agreement to attend all classes.
Speaker(s): Melissa Evans
Registration Deadline: 5 pm September 3. NOTE: Online registration will just reserve your space in the classroom. You will still need to fill out a manual registration form by the deadline to get into the class. You can register at the Small Business Center located at the Lee Technology Center on the corner of Ward Blvd. and Hwy 301, or at the Wilson County Main Public Library on Nash Street. MANUAL REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS 8 WEEK EVENT ONLY. Attendee Requirement: Unemployed or underemployed working 28 or fewer hours a week.
Fee: No Cost