Getting Certified and Doing Business with the Government, presented by the Alameda County Small Buisness Development Center. This seminar will explain the various certification programs available for small and minority businesses, including SBA, NMSDC, WBENC, and the County of Alameda. We'll cover how to complete the applications and gather supporting documents and how to leverage your certified status to secure business opportunites with major corporations.
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Berkeley Public Library Teen Services and Edupath partner to bring you this 4-part SAT workshop. Online registration open now at http://edupath.org/berkeley/. Workshops are free. Priority registration for juniors. There is a limit of 20 students per class. Wednesdays 4-5:30 April 9, 16, 23 & 30. Classes are in the 3rd floor Electronic Classroom at the Central Library in downtown Berkeley. More information at 510 981-6135 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This seminar with the Alameda County Small Business Development Center covers the essential elements for starting a successful new business. We'll include business plans, accessing capital, as well as lgal, technological, and human-resource issues. There will be a panel of local successful entrepreneurs.
2:00 - 5:00pm. 3rd floor Community Meeting Room
For more information: 510-981-6148
The City of Berkeley's Transportation Division invites the public to attend a community workshop about the initial results of the goBerkeley Pilot Programs. goBerkeley is a pilot program intended to increase parking availability in the Elmwood, Downtown, and UC Southside neighborhoods, and is now developing the second round of parking rate and time limit adjustments based on the results of the changes that were initiated in October and December of last year. Please come learn more about the continuing development of this exciting program. Free.