Upcoming Events

Various workshops for small businesses - Grand Island, Neb.

Mar 26 2018 to Jul 27 2018

Small business owners are invited to check out free workshops and food demonstrations for entrepreneurs. These workshops will also be presented in Spanish.

Hiring an Employee - O'Neill, Neb.

Jul 23 2018

What’s involved with hiring a new employee? Are in you in compliance? A workshop for business owners interested in learning about everything involved in the employee hiring process will answer all these questions and more.

Online Marketing Strategies - Center, Neb.

Jul 24 2018

Building online relationships using websites, email marketing, and social media, including Facebook and Twitter, are necessities in running a small business today. Small business owners are invited to learn about online marketing tools in an interactive setting during the upcoming workshop, “Online Marketing Strategies.”

Women’s Entrepreneurship Class - Lyons, Neb.

Jul 27 2018 to Jul 28 2018

Women entrepreneurs are invited to attend a class designed to empower ordinary women to accomplish extraordinary things. This workshop is a revolutionary new online learning program designed to inspire and engage women in the fundamental concepts of an entrepreneurial mindset and the unlimited opportunities it can provide.

Veteran’s Learning Circle - York, Neb.

Jul 30 2018

Veteran farmers, landowners, and land managers are invited to attend a conservation workshop series designed to help broaden farmers’ understanding of farming practices under changing weather patterns. The workshop series will include field tours at local farms, and presentations by experts in Nebraska cropping systems, conservation, and climate change.

Women’s Learning Circle - Omaha, Neb.

Aug 2 2018 to Aug 30 2018

Women farmers, landowners, and land managers are invited to attend a conservation workshop series designed to help broaden farmers’ understanding of farming practices under changing weather patterns. The workshop series will include field tours at local farms, and presentations by experts in Nebraska cropping systems, conservation, and climate.

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