Goodwill’s MicroEnterprise program begins in Cape Coral on Monday, Feb. 4 and runs through March 14.
This six-week series of evening courses provide aspiring small business owners with the skills they need to succeed as entrepreneurs and become more independent.
MicroEnterprises are the backbone of our economy. A microenterprise is any type of small business that has fewer than five employees and requires $35,000 or less to start-up, generally much less.
Participants will work with an instructor and a small business mentor who guides you through planning your business and shares their personal experiences. After completion of the class, participants may be eligible to apply for a small loan.
The cost for the course is $80. Classes will be held on Monday and Thursday evenings, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Cape Coral Public Works Building in the Community Room on Nicholas Parkway East.