Isaac Malone is once again going to be leading a Co.Starters course on starting small businesses. He did this last year and it was awesome, and we're doing it again this year, again in partnership with Epicenter Memphis.
If you've got church members or friends who want to start or improve a small business, this ten week course is a great starting point for folks at all levels. We offered this class at Advance in South Memphis, but the curriculum is used all over the world for folks at all educational and economic levels.
Classes are open to the public as well as MCUTS students!
Classes will meet from 6-9 pm on Monday nights at MCUTS from May 14-July 16.
To sign up, fill out an application on the Epicenter webpage http://www.epimemphis.com/costarters
PLEASE spread the word. We believe churches and church members supporting one another in starting businesses is a great community transformation strategy and are happy to offer this class in the community.
For more info contact Professor of Church and Community Development, Michael Rhodes at email@example.com or 901.849.6345