Updated: Apr 4, 2019
Washington, D.C. — The Small Business Program at the Carlos Rosario School starts this Saturday, February 23, 2019. The course is offered in Spanish and English for students and community members looking to start a business or grow an existing one.
"The Carlos Rosario School-Small Business Program is unique because it serves the adult immigrant in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area that are learning English as a second language and integrating into the local community. The workshops are offered in both English and Spanish, with content that is tailored to the adult immigrant start-up entrepreneur" says Manager and Instructor Raul Medrano.
"Our program is offered in a mini-series of contextualized workshops that enables the adult immigrant entrepreneur to navigate from: Idea+Concept=Application. We also provide one on one technical assistance and develop alliances with community partners to develop platforms to exhibit and showcase their start-up business model."
Classes will be held at the Harvard Street Campus in Northwest Washington, D.C., and runs from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturdays. The 8-week workshop series schedule is as follow: February 23; March 2,16, 23, 30; and April 6, 13 and 27.
The workshops will also feature guest speakers from local organizations and successful business entrepreneurs who are willing to share their stories, experiences, and provide advice to the students.
To register for the 8-week business workshop series, visit Carlos Rosario School.
About Carlos Rosario School
Over the past 40 plus years, the Carlos Rosario School has transformed the lives of tens of thousands of immigrants by investing in and supporting their journey to achieve the American Dream. The School combines award-winning education, life skills programs, and support services to create a holistic experience.
For more information contact, Manager/Instructor, Raul Medrano, at (202) 797-4700, ext. 235