The organization is hosting this event to help small businesses and entrepreneurs prosper in local Chicago and cook county communities to create jobs. The workshop is to help create small businesses in neighborhoods and provide jobs for students, youth and adults. Entrepreneurs can use the funds from the $10,00 Small Business Start-up competition to help create jobs in manufacturing, computer science, retail, sales, wholesale, education, criminal justice, social services, construction, media, communications, real estate, food service and so on. $10,000 Small Business Start-up Competition is awarded to small businesses to give them seed money to fund their business.
Organization is offering voucher programs to help start-up small business owners pay for expensive state and local government fees to obtain legal documentation like articles of incorporation, business loan and 501c3 application fee (if starting a nonprofit). Application is posted online at pabtwm.yolasite.com under programs and services. If you have technical difficulties downloading the application from the website, send email to email@example.com. Application will explain the Small Business Start-up Competition in more detail. It may take small business owners to wait around to get a grant from foundations and government agencies, but applicants will get their $10,000 from Small Business Start-up Competition much faster after they apply for it. Deadline to RSVP for the event is 6/15/2012.
When & Where
Baptist Church of Douglass Park
The purpose of Putting America Back to Work Movement is to reach out to the community on various political issues, such as affordable healthcare, housing and higher education; accessible education for minors across the country and in foreign countries, job growth, taxation, transportation/infrastructure, immigration reform, child poverty, government spending, global warming, environmental issues, crime reduction and homeland security/terrorism.
Putting America back to Work Movement is at the point to host events, programs and workshops in various communities and neighborhoods to make a difference by putting Americans back to work during the economic recession. The organization and online fundraising operations are tax exempted and registered in the state of Illinois