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To ensure the health and safety of our clients and staff, all our training programs are currently being presented by webinar and individual consultations are offered by telephone or videoconferencing.

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Fool Proof Goal Setting

Join the WBC and Net-Good in this 3-day workshop to learn the powerful habits of brainstorming, mind mapping, and goal setting in a way that feels natural and intuitive. Any...

Designing Your Business Canvas

Don't know where to start with your business plan? The Business Canvas can be a a great tool for taking those first steps. Join the CW WBC as we help...

WBC Cafe Friday

CommunityWorks WBC hosts Café Friday once a month to cover important topics that help women better navigate their businesses and life outside of work! Each session features a new speaker...

Micro Entrepreneur Training

Join NxLeveL® facilitator Paul Smith as he prepares entreprenerus to compete, win, and survive in the marketplace. This 10-week training is designed for businesses with less than five employees. Participants...

WBC Cafe Friday

CommunityWorks WBC hosts Café Friday once a month to cover important topics that help women better navigate their businesses and life outside of work! Each session features a new speaker...

WBC Cafe Friday

CommunityWorks WBC hosts Café Friday once a month to cover important topics that help women better navigate their businesses and life outside of work! Each session features a new speaker...

WBC Cafe Friday

CommunityWorks WBC hosts Café Friday once a month to cover important topics that help women better navigate their businesses and life outside of work! Each session features a new speaker...

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The CommunityWorks Women’s Business Center is funded in part by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

SBA’s funding is not an endorsement of any products, opinions, or services. All SBA-funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.