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Tulsa World  

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Join Sherry S. Clark, program director of RSVP Tulsa, as she discusses the Tulsa County Family Safety Court Watch volunteer program. Court Watch uses volunteers to observe cases in the courts related to family safety and then provide feedback to participants and the community about the process, with the larger goal of increasing safety of victims and their children and improving accountability for abusers.

 

 

Wednesday, Sept. 2

12:30-2:30 pm

South Broken Arrow Library

Summer of Encore Mentoring

Partners AARP, SBA and REI Women’s Business Center come together to present Encore Entrepreneurship - For 50+ individuals to empower them to use their experience, knowledge and skills to become business owners and job creators.

 

August 6th, 2015
11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Hardesty Regional Library
8613 E. 93rd Street

 

Register online

 

Training with TulsaWorks

Goodwill of Tulsa's Workforce Development programs make it all happen. Workforce Development encompasses TulsaWORKS.

Attend an upcoming orientation to learn more about TulsaWorks.

 

Tuesday, August 4

10am – 12pm

Goodwill Industries of Tulsa

2800 Southwest Blvd.

(918) 584-7291

www.goodwilltulsa.org

 

TulsaWorks classes include…

Oklahoma Launches Destination HUBZone

The Oklahoma Small Business Administration Office will launch Destination: HUB in July to reintroduce Oklahoma Small Businesses to the advantages of HUBZone certification.  

For more than 17 years, the HUBZone program has served as one of SBA's signature initiatives and has helped small businesses in urban and rural communities gain preferential access to federal procurement opportunities.

SBA's Destination: HUB will put a spotlight on small businesses and promote HUBZones as ideal places for government contractors to do business. 

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