SCORE Broward Veterans' Small Business Program
Broward SCORE's Veterans' Small Business Program helps veterans, active-duty personnel, and their families start, develop, and grow businesses in southeastern Florida. The program is made possible by Bank of America.
Here is how to access the program:
Workshop Scholarships are available via a voucher to anyone who is a US Military Veteran, Active Duty, National Guard or Reservist, Retired Military, Retired Guard or Reservist, or a family member (Spouse, Parent, or Child.). After you sign up and fill out the form, you will be sent a voucher and instructions.
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SCORE Veterans' Small Business Program
- Scholarships to attend Broward SCORE's business training workshops. Claim a voucher and apply it to any 4 paid webinars from our website. After you complete the 4 initial sessions you can apply for a new voucher!
- Free Individual Business Counseling - Sit and talk to SCORE volunteers to brainstorm your business idea. Or talk to specialists about marketing, sales, IT, HR, accounting, financing, etc. All SCORE counseling is free of any charges.
Attend a Webinar
Please contact Rosario Walker when you want to attend a webinar, note your voucher number, and she will provide additional information for the final registration.
Additional Resources for Veteran Entrepreneurs
SCORE is proud to partner with Facebook to support veterans start and grow their small businesses. Learn more, and find your mentor today. Read more
Veteran Entrepreneurs will share expert insights to help Veterans determine their readiness for business ownership and discovering the path forward. Read more
This educational webinar will provide actionable step-by-step guidance on starting a business and filing proper documents to gain funds. Read more
What if I told you that the organization that has created more business owners than any program in the nation will actually pay you to join? It’s the U.S. military.
Read these three stories of veterans who launched entrepreneurial companies to help other veterans successfully transition back to civilian life.