Webinars, Courses & Workshops


Contact the Veterans Business Outreach Center for more information on these topics, 800-542-7232.

Below are various educational offerings from partners in the entrepreneurial industry. Please visit our EVENTS page for Boots to Business and Reboot classes, as well as other educational offerings from the Florida Veterans Business Outreach Center. 

  • SBA’s Online Learning Platform, VIEW HERE
  • Florida’s SBA District Offices’ events: North Florida and South Florida
  • SCORE webinars, courses, and workshops, VIEW HERE
  • SCORE for Black Small Business Owners, SCORE is here to support all small business owners. Black entrepreneurs face unique barriers to business success. SCORE is working to change that by providing Black small business owners with access to personalized support. Browse the comprehensive collection of resources that address the specific challenges Black business owners face in today’s world. SCORE for Black Entrepreneurs
  • National Asian/Pacific Islander American Chamber of Commerce and Entrepreneurship: They serve as a strong advocate for AAPI business interests. VISIT HERE
  • National Women’s Business Council: To view upcoming topics for Webinar Wednesdays, webinars to support women entrepreneurs in starting and growing your business. VISIT HERE
  • LGBTQ+ Business: SBA’s Network for LGBT Businesses aims to bring focus on economic empowerment in the LGBT business community by providing access to the SBA’s programs and services. VIEW HERE
  • Florida Small Business Development Center at The University of West Florida: SBDC programs deliver up-to-date management advice, training, and information to help business owners make sound decisions and to assist potential owners in starting on the right foot. VISIT HERE
  • Rutgers Employee Ownership Education Program: With the support of the Kellogg Foundation, this free online program is designed to help minority and female owners learn about employee ownership strategies for business succession planning. It will help business owners assess the relevance of establishing one of two options, based on the status of the business. VISIT HERE
  • Rutgers Employee Certifying an ESOP Company as a Women-Owned Business Enterprise: With the support of the Kellogg Foundation, this free online program presented by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) will address a big challenge for women-owned businesses transitioning to an employee-owned company: maintaining their women-owned certification. To register and log in, VISIT HERE

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Marketing Your Business, December 12, 6:00 pm ET, (online), For people who want to obtain trial by customers and growth for their business, whether it is a product, service or both. Learn More

How to Hire Without Job Boards: Free Resources to Help Support Your Business, December 19, 12:00 pm ET, (online), Your growing business is ready to add some team members, but you’re curious about what your options are for finding candidates. In this workshop, we share a variety of options for you to find your next great hire without depending on job boards! Learn More

Develop Pricing Strategies That Align with Your Growth Strategy, January 16,18, 23, and 25              11:00 am -12:30 pm CT, (online), Join the Veteran Institute for Procurement, (VIP) for a transformative journey that will help to “Develop Pricing Strategies That Align with Your Growth Strategy” – a comprehensive virtual workshop spanning four power-packed sessions in January 2024.  Register Here

Association of Women’s Business Centers (AWBC), 2024 Leadership Conference, September 10 -12, 2024 in Kansas City, MO Learn More 

Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship’s Small Business Executive Program, offered in Broward County, Jacksonville, Orlando, Palm Beach County, Tallahassee, and Tampa Bay. Learn More

The Florida Veterans Business Outreach Center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with Gulf Coast State College and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.