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Join the Urban Poverty Business Initiative for an Entrepreneur Bootcamp!

The Urban Poverty Business Initiative (UPBI) is a collaboration among a growing set of universities and nonprofits designed to help entrepreneurs from low-income, disadvantaged, and otherwise adverse circumstances. Their upcoming Entrepreneur Bootcamp will be held on Saturdays between September 7 and October 12, 2024 at locations in both North and South County San Diego. Learn more on today’s blog!


“Join us for an Entrepreneur Bootcamp” above a short description and the UC, Center for Leadership and Entrepreneurial Studies, SCORE, SDSU Lavin Entrepreneurship Center, and CSUSM logos. All text included in blog.

The Urban Poverty Business Initiative (UPBI) is a collaboration among a growing set of universities and nonprofits designed to help entrepreneurs from low-income, disadvantaged, and otherwise adverse circumstances. Their purpose is to give you the tools you need to start and grow sustainable businesses of your own.


In local partnership with San Diego State University, UC San Diego, CSU San Marcos, and SCORE, UPBI presents their 4th cohort starting September 2024.


Flyer for the UPBI Entrepreneurship Bootcamp. All text included in blog.












Description

  • 6-week Learning Structure: you will participate in a 6-week workshop led by various industry professionals.

  • Professional Mentorship: you will get a professional mentor from SCORE San Diego to advise you.

  • Consultant Assistance: you can receive 1-on-1 help catered to your needs from a student out of a local university.


Schedule

Saturdays from September 7 to October 12, 2024

8:30AM - 12:00PM


Location

This program is now being offered in North and South County San Diego!


Registration & Travel Support for Tribal Community Members

Through CNNCTS, registration and travel support is available for Tribal community members! Reach out to info@cnncts.org for more information.


Interested? Fill out the interest form


 

CNNCTS promotes social entrepreneurship to help build a climate resilient economy by supporting the development of Indigenous-led businesses. We do this by coordinating and expanding entrepreneurial training opportunities for Tribal partners. Learn more at cnncts.org

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