Money Matter$ - On going
Money Matter$ is a training course to help you understand the financial world around you. The course includes classes covering Assets, Budgeting, Banking, Consumerism and Credit. We deliver this program in partnership with several local agencies. To inquire email firstname.lastname@example.org
A$$ETS - In progress
Learn about your assets and begin saving your money with our help. We deliver this program in partnership with NB Dept. of Social Development. To inquire email email@example.com
A 10-week course in community
leadership for women
To inquire contact Vicki at firstname.lastname@example.org
Enterprising Women - March 2014
A 20-week course for women to learn about business and launch it!
To inquire contact Melanie at email@example.com
YES - Summer 2014
you between the ages of 12-17? Are you
interested in learning about and starting a small business next
summer? You'll learn about
to take an idea and develop a business while making a difference in
What a great way to explore entrepreneurship as a future career. We
deliver this program through partner agencies like SJ Boys & Girls
Club and YMCA.
For more information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Share your Success
Are you already an Enterprising Woman? Interested in sharing your ideas for success? Contact Melanie at email@example.com
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YES! Participants from Boys and Girls Club pay back their loan for their cookie business they ran in the summer.
A group of Enterprising Women finish class and begin to launch businesses.
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