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New program for Grays Harbor entrepreneurs

April 7, 2014

WorkSource Grays Harbor and Grays Harbor College are partnering to provide one of two pilot sites in the nation supporting entrepreneurship empowerment courses for dislocated workers and others.

start1 is a new program in Aberdeen focused on empowerment. The program offers learning sessions for people thinking about starting a business. It is designed to change the ways people work by focusing on the ways we think about money, time, and starting businesses. It is for dislocated workers throughout Grays Harbor County, as well as any other people 18 years or older who are eligible to work in the US.

Free classes will be held at the GHC Whiteside Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays this month.
start1 is a partnership between the Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council, Enterprise for Equity, and the Bainbridge Graduate Institute, and is being hosted by Grays Harbor College Business Institute and WorkSource Grays Harbor.

The program is funded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation as one of two pilot sites in the nation supporting entrepreneurship empowerment courses for dislocated workers and others.

To register, contact Adam Fletcher at (360) 704-6453

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