The BBEC publicizes grants that we believe will be of benefit to Black entrepreneurs and Black businesses. Grants marked with the BBEC logo have been reviewed by our organization.
Free training opportunity with flexible learning options. For more information and to fill out the application visit: https://masshireberkshire.com/nursing-assistant-training/
Want to join the 800+ artists who have attended residencies at The Studios at MASS MoCA? Now is your chance to apply for a MASS MoCA residency! Apply via the General Application for July 2023 – January 2024 slots, or the Early Application for Winter 2024 residencies. It’s free to apply, and you can preview the application questions below.
The Studios welcomes artists from right down the street and around the world, and at all career stages and disciplines, although our spaces are best suited for visual artists and writers.
Free training opportunity worth $2000!
Want a Job in the Diverse World of Manufacturing? Many jobs are available!
ONLINE training through TOOLING-U in collaboration with Berkshire Community College
25 online classes in many topics including: OSHA, Shop Math, Blue Print Reading, CNC, Robotics and other Manufacturing fundamentals
CommonWealth Kitchen has partnered with Santander to provide an intensive, 12-week FREE mini-MBA program, in collaboration with Babson College to early-stage entrepreneurs in the food-industry.
Santander’s Cultivate Small Business provides entrepreneurs with the tools they need to catalyze growth. The program is anchored by a food business-specific curriculum taught by Babson College MBA professors.
The 12-week course is completely virtual and is accepting applications now for classes beginning in April 2023!
$25 million to target investments in Black-owned, founded, or managed businesses across Massachusetts.
What we look for
Geography: Companies must have headquarters and/or significant operations in Massachusetts.
Ownership/Founding Teams: Companies must be Black-owned and remain majority Black-owned after investment.
Impact: MMCF portfolio companies will create positive economic impact in MA. In addition, MMCF prefers companies where environmental, social or governance impact are an intrinsic part of the company’s product or service.
Entrepreneurs of color in Massachusetts have an unmet capital demand estimated at $574 million annually.
LISC’s entrepreneur-friendly Massachusetts Small Business Growth Fund is critically needed to fill gaps in capital access.
Need $4,000 To Help Your Business Grow? Apply for a business development grant from the NASE worth up to $4,000!
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