The ELAC Foundation will offer a complete workshop to young people at East Los Angeles College to teach them how to start their own business. There they will be informed about the help they have with the city, bank loans, permits to apply and use of social networks, among other things that will serve to start on the right foot.
East LA College Foundation and OmniWorks™ Launch ESTEC™ LA Incubator For Women, Veteran, Minority, Formerly Incarcerated, and LGBTQIA Owned Businesses
The Small Business Incubator, Funded In Part by JPMorgan Chase, With additional Support from Union Bank, and the California State Strong Workforce Program, Will Assist
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*These programs and workshops are for educational purposes only. The Los Angeles Community College District, East Los Angeles College and East Los Angeles College Foundation do not endorse or sponsor the participating individuals/organizations or their respective opinions, views, and services.