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How Can SCORE Help Veteran Entrepreneurs?
SCORE is the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors. Our network of more than 10,000 mentors can meet with you via phone, video, or email to answer your business questions.
Some of our mentors also served in the military. They understand your challenges because they’ve faced them, too. They can help you translate military skills into business success by navigating available services, funding opportunities, government contracts and more.
SCORE also provides free business workshops and educational resources.
Here are a few resources for veteran entrepreneurs:
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Veteran Entrepreneurs will share expert insights to help Veterans determine their readiness for business ownership and discovering the path forward. Read more
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What if I told you that the organization that has created more business owners than any program in the nation will actually pay you to join? It’s the U.S. military.