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Red – Collin SBDC Classes

Blue – Collin College Continuing Education Classes

Green – Dallas SCORE Classes

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Jun
3
Sat
SCORE: Non-Profits: Research, Development, and Writing for Grants: $75 w/ lunch @ Bill Priest Business Growth Center
Jun 3 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
SCORE: Non-Profits: Research, Development, and Writing for Grants: $75 w/ lunch @ Bill Priest Business Growth Center | Dallas | Texas | United States

Strategic and specific grant writing helps align the needs of a nonprofit (and its clients) with funding sources, foundations, government agencies, corporations, or individuals. In this workshop we will explore details related to an organization’s strategy for fundraising, the stages of grant writing, and best practices. Laptops are welcome!

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Jun
6
Tue
SCORE: Is Buying a Franchise Good for You? $25 @ Bill Priest Business Growth Center
Jun 6 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
SCORE: Is Buying a Franchise Good for You? $25 @ Bill Priest Business Growth Center | Dallas | Texas | United States

 Is Buying a Franchise Good for You? $25

If you are considering business ownership, specifically franchise ownership, then this workshop is for you! We will review the 3 options for going into business and discuss Small Business today in the United States. You’ll also see a Franchise Industry overview and receive tips on how to simplify your search. Come explore the possibilities!

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Jun
28
Wed
SCORE: Employee Life Cycle:Interviewing, Hiring and What Comes Next – Free Workshop @ Bill Priest Business Growth Center
Jun 28 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
SCORE: Employee Life Cycle:Interviewing, Hiring and What Comes Next - Free Workshop @ Bill Priest Business Growth Center | Dallas | Texas | United States

Paychex – Employee Life Cycle: Interviewing, Hiring & What Comes Next (FREE)

Learn about some of the most important employee management issues for small businesses – and how you can take action today. Join national HR leader Paychex and SCORE at our upcoming seminar and learn how to avoid some of the most common employee management mistakes for small businesses.

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