Useful links and resources to government agencies, business organizations and non-profits who support the Bayview Community.
Community Web Resources:
Community Window on the Hunters Point Shipyard
San Francisco Mayor’s office
San Francisco Housing Development Corporation
North American Title Company, Escrow Offices
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC)
• Small Business Administration (SBA) Training
The SBA offers a variety of classes for business owners in their Entrepreneur Center, located at 455 Market St., 6th Floor, in downtown San Francisco. For more information and to register, go to: http://sbatraining.eventbrite.com, or contact Gary Marshall at (415) 744-6771, firstname.lastname@example.org
• SCORE – Counselors to America’s Small Business
Business training seminars, online assistance, and free business counseling.
455 Market St., Suite 600
San Francisco, CA 94105
Workshops & Seminars: http://www.sfscore.org/view_calendar.html
Online registration: http://sbatraining.eventbrite.com
• Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center Training
Renaissance offers exciting educational opportunities available to small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs. For more information on workshops for business owners and to register, go to: www.acteva.com/go/rec
• Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Training
The Northern California Network of Small Business Development Centers helps individuals start, manage and grow their businesses. Gain the knowledge needed to make your business excel by attending our training classes. Classes are offered in specialized subjects for experienced entrepreneurs as well as in management basics when considering a new business venture. For more information, including the training schedule by location, go to: http://www.norcalsbdc.org
• Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) Training
Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) provides business training and consultation services in both English and Spanish to entrepreneurs in San Francisco. Entrepreneurs must be moderate income or below and own (or plan to own) a microenterprise in San Francisco to be eligible for our free services. Please visit our website (www.medasf.org) or phone 415-282-3334 x132 for more information and to register for a program orientation.
• IRS Small Business Tax Workshops and Business Resources
Local workshops, sponsored and presented by IRS partners who are federal tax specialists, offer everything from a general overview of taxes to information on specific topics.
For more information and a list of workshops, visit the IRS website at http://www.irs.gov
• Women’s Initiative for Self Employment
The Women’s Initiative for Self Employment is a Bay Area non-profit which provides high-potential, lower-income women the training, resources and on-going support to start and grow their business. Classes and services are provided in English and Spanish. For more information please visit www.womensinitiative.org or call (415) 641-3460.