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March update from Bunker Hill Community College

Posted By _ _, Tuesday, April 07, 2009

March Update



‘Taxation for the Entrepreneur’; ‘Marketing on a Shoestring’; Small Business in the Current Economy’.

 New Clients at the Community Center for Entrepreneurship:
  •  The Maritime Heritage organization in Charlestown  Navy Yard requires the Center’s assistance to conduct a feasibility study and market campaign to launch a new boatbuilding, blacksmithing, cooking and baking school (on the Plimoth Plantation model).
  • A BHCC student who is interested in starting a jewelry business importing from Mexico.




  • Continuing discussions with NFTE regarding BHCC students working with local high schools as mentors.
  • Working with NFTE to develop articulation agreements with local high schools.
  • Developing a professional mentoring network with organizations such as UMass Boston, Boston Young Entrepreneurs, Charlestown Business Climate Committee and more.
  • Continuing to work with Simmons College to support their grant proposal to fund scholarships for their MBAs who would mentor BHCC students and assist us in the development of the Center.
  • Collaboration with Workforce Development at BHCC to develop a non-credit Entrepreneurship Certificate.
  • Collaboration with Workforce Development at BHCC in co-sponsoring an event with ‘Achieve Global.’
  • Continuing discussion with Suffolk University regarding collaboration.



·        Development of marketing materials for the Center


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