Each class is taught by an experienced professional. We have instructors from federal and state agencies such as the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Some are CPAs, MBAs, and Ph.Ds., while others are fellow business owners just like you. Each instructor is enthusiastic and well-versed in the subject they teach.
Through our classes, you can enhance your computer skills or train your staff, learn how to start and manage your business, marketing, how to integrate your work and family effectively, and take control of managing your personal or business finances all at an affordable price.
Scholarships are available for those in need thanks to many organizations such as Zonta Club of Melbourne, State Farm, and LEAD Brevard. The Zonta/Meehan Scholarship provides scholarships to women in need of any age who are working towards improving their quality of life, their independence and self sufficiency.
Our classrooms are equipped with computers to allow for a hands-on experiential learning experience. Some of the courses offered at the Women's Business Center include:
Be sure to check our Course Calendar to register for these courses.
Networking at the WBC is comprised of special interest groups sharing experiences, good practices, and lessons learned which bring together individuals and small businesses with mutual interests. These networking experiences strengthen community bonds, enhance individual careers, and build bridges between businesses. The goal of our networking events is to guide and support women in building relationships, growing their businesses, and advancing their careers. Special conferences are held periodically throughout the year. These conferences focus on a variety of topics whether it be marketing, networking, or balancing work and family, the WBC strives to provide excellence in the business conferences and expos that it hosts.
Find out more about our semi-annual, quarterly, and annual networking opportunities.
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