Entrepreneurial Assistance Program
The Entrepreneurial Assistance Program (EAP) provides resources and assistance to entrepreneurial ventures through various types of services. We support these entrepreneurial ventures in all stages, from start-ups to existing community businesses wishing to expand.
If You’d Like to Start or Grow Your Own Business, NYS and SUNY Broome’s Continuing Education Have a Special Program….Just For You!
- Application is Required - Click here for the application
- Send application to:
SUNY Broome Community College
Continuing Education - Entrepreneurial Assistance Program
P.O. Box 1017
Binghamton, NY 13902
Attn: Darlene Kanuk, Staff Assistant
- Darlene will call you for a meeting and to get you registered! Acceptable forms of payment are cash (exact), check or credit cards - MasterCard or VISA.
- Special Courses for You! We offer courses in everything from creating a business plan to innovator workshops. For a free catalog of upcoming courses call 778-5012 or click here to visit the Continuing Education page and view the most recent catalog.
- Consultation service for small businesses -
FREE confidential consultation service is offered for one-on-one business planning and analysis for all phases of small business. EAP has partnered with Greater Binghamton SCORE, Chapter 217, which is part of a nationwide network of experienced business mentors. SCORE, Chapter 217 provides a team of more than 35 local certified mentors and in addition to the EAP staff, instructor and guest speakers provide all needed mentoring for successful small business ventures. To schedule an appointment, contact us at 607-778-5071.
- Client Advisory Group – the Entrepreneurial Assistance Program has a group of local business representatives that meet once a month to offer EAP clients with brainstorming the particular questions and concerns of their small business development.
- Mastermind Groups – Groups of six to eight individuals who meet regularly with an experienced facilitator to provide problem-solving and creativity among members in a safe, constructive environment where they can examine their business and activities, decisions, goals and problems. Group members act in a collaborative, rather than competitive spirit.
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