A new women-focused crowdfunding platform has just launched in Newark and is accepting businesses into its inaugural cohort.
A new, free program targeted to Millennial single mothers looks to help them shore up their finances and, for the entrepreneurship-minded, launch their business ideas.
“Moms Who Hustle” is a financial planning and entrepreneurship program that will launch in Newark at Essex County College on May 13th.
Workshops covering a wide range of topics that can help people interested in becoming property owners will be on tap at the 2017 Newark Housing Summit on Saturday, April 8th from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at St. John’s Community Baptist Church, 1066 Bergen Street in Newark.
The City of Newark will host a series of five job fairs–one in each ward–in March.
Free digital design and development classes will be offered at NAN Techworld in Newark starting February 27th. The classes will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Applications are now open for the City of Newark’s Summer Youth Employment program.
Get in there: Fownders, the tech startup accelerator that launched in Newark this past summer, is building its second cohort now, with applications open through Friday, January 13.
While locals are salivating at the thought of The Halal Guys’ signature platters at it’s soon-to-open Newark location, General Manager Joseph Hafez is looking forward to launching a program that aims to provide real career pathways for people who work there.
The CDI program is meant to help Newark-based contractors vie for key bonding and construction contracts for city projects.
This Wednesday at 6 p.m., learn the presentation skills you’d need to get money for your business by watching local startups pitch investors downtown Newark.