WHC promotes and recruits for both the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses and the Baltimore Means Business entrepreneur growth programs. Deadlines are approaching for their May 2021 Cohorts!
Both programs offer:
But there are some differences.
The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Businesses program is a nationwide program with over 10,000 graduates and a national alumni network. The program is funded by Goldman Sachs and Bloomberg Philanthropies. The program lasts 15 weeks.
Click here to view the curriculum. | Click here to watch the promotional video.
Additionally, the criteria to apply is a bit more demanding:
The Baltimore Means Business program is a new regional program serving the Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC area with a strong local alumni network. The program is funded by the Baltimore Small Business Support Fund, Baltimore Community Lending and the Morgan State University Foundation. The program lasts 7 weeks.
Click here to view the curriculum. | Click here to watch the Open House program overview.
Additionally, the criteria to apply is less demanding:
Click here to apply.
Both programs are currently recruiting for their May 2021 cohorts. To learn more, here are some options: