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An Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Date: November 8, 2013
Time: 3:00 PM EDT
Materials: Webinar Recording, Presentation, About RDLN

Rural Development Leadership Network (RDLN) in partnership with the Housing Assistance Council (HAC) invites you to participate in “An Introduction to Entrepreneurship”; the first webinar of a two-part series on Entrepreneurship for Community Leaders.

Specifically designed for community leaders or novice entrepreneurs who are starting a new business or looking to grow and or further expand an existing business. This webinar will focus on:

  • Why Entrepreneurship is an Attractive Option
  • How to decide if you have a good idea for a Business
  • Building a Team
  • Legal considerations

About Rural Development Leadership Network (RDLN)

RDLN is a national multicultural social change organization that supports community-based development in poor rural areas through hands-on projects, education and skills building, leadership development and networking. Through RDLN, emerging leaders from poor rural areas spearhead development projects and design related study through which they may earn a certificate or academic credential. Participants attend RDLN’s month-long Rural Development Institute at the University of California, lead development projects in their communities under the umbrella of a Sponsoring Organization, engage in ongoing peer support and exchange, and have the option of earning an accredited academic degree.

RDLN’s webinars on Entrepreneurship are being provided as part of a Commitment-to-Action with the Clinton Global Initiative. RDLN is currently accepting applications for its month-long Institute at UCDavis this spring and for its master’s degree program with Antioch University Midwest.

Rural Development Leadership Network
P.O. Box 98
Prince St. Station
New York, NY 10012