If it wasn't for SCORE, Kenny Soto says he wouldn't have graduated college with the valuable skills that have helped propel him early on in his career. Read more
New Mentoring Program for Small Business Owners Launches in Partnership Between SCORE and Good Work Network
NEW ORLEANS, November 9, 2020 – Good Work Network continues its introduction of new resources for entrepreneurs working to recover from the impacts of COVID-19, thanks to a new partnership with SCORE. The national organization that leverages retired executives to support the growth of small businesses, is dedicating mentors to clients of Good Work Network in an effort to boost minority business growth and sustainability.
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