Community Micro Lending's Launch! program begins.

September 2011

Calling Youth with a Passion

  • Between the ages of 16 and 30?
  • Want to start your own small business/micro enterprise?
  • Are you a self-starter, motivated and passionate about your business idea and your community?
  • Looking for support and mentorship in order to kick-start your idea into action?

This September Community Micro Lending’s Launch! program begins. Want to embark with a group of other young people to design and launch your own small businesses? Register now!

Over 14 weeks, you’ll get the tools and guidance to launch your business. Along with a personal mentor, financial literacy training and staff support, you’ll work in a group of peers as you develop, design and implement your small business ideas. At the end of this 14 week period, you’ll have the opportunity to apply for a micro loan in order to finance the launch of your business. You’ll also get ongoing support as you launch your business. Interested? Email kate@communitymicrolending.ca


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