Training Resources for All Latina Women

Resources for Training

The first step to doing, is learning. This section provides a number of programs geared to Latinas building or growing a business. These programs offer training, development, mentorship and more.

Association of Women’s Business Centers

This association of organizations provides training, networking, mentoring, and business developing, and financing. http://awbc.org/

At The Table Women In Business and Leadership

In conjunction with the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, this program aims to offer counseling and exposure for new businesses. Categories include STEM, small business and social business venture. http://bit.ly/1VUG9PV

Core Woman

Founded in Colombia to empower women with business development training and other resources, this organization is launching in the United States to help American Latinas. http://corewoman.org/

Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF)

Offers scholarships for undergraduate, graduate and college transfer students pursuing any degree in higher education. Scholarships range from $500 to $5,000 dependant on demonstrable need. http://hnba.com/

National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC)

This coalition offers a Policy Fellowship Program each semester where at least one student is selected to receive training and development in legal and policy research, analysis, writing and public speaking. They also offer an annual intensiveTV Writers Program for Latino screenwriters  that develops writing skills and prepares participants for jobs at major television networks. http://www.nhmc.org/

National Latina Business Women Association (NLBWA)

This empowerment and networking group provides support to Latinas in business and professional careers. Their‘Business Management Academy’ offers an in-depth, six-weeks hands-on training that teaches how to be a successful small business owner and manager. Emerging and aspiring entrepreneurs can take advantage of the six-to-eight-week‘Emerging Latinas Program’ which teaches the steps to start or grow and existing business. http://nlbwa.org/

Open Colleges

This educational resource based in Australia offers comprehensive tips on how to write a business plan, a personal branding guide, and even a small business course for entrepreneurs. http://www.opencolleges.edu.au/

Positive Directions Co.

This company offers skills training and development to help Latino Americans advance in their professional and business careers. http://www.positivedirectionsco.com/

Reach Personal Branding

This site offers a wealth of information, including certification courses, for entrepreneurs interested in personal branding or developing their personal brand to become more marketable in business or professional careers.http://www.reachpersonalbranding.com/

Ser Mujer E-Learning Programs for Entrepreneurs

This program empowers Latina entrepreneurs by providing access to in-depth online entrepreneur training.http://sermujer.ser-national.org/

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation (USHCCF)

The USHCCF provides a number of educational initiatives that provide entrepreneur skills training and business development for Latino entrepreneurs. http://www.ushccfoundation.org/

We All Grow Summit

A Latina-blogger-founded effort that hosts events around the country to empower women with all types of businesses.http://weallgrowsummit.com/

Women’s Business Border Center

This organization offers a variety of courses to help Latinas overcome issues such as language, and receive proper training on all aspects of business. http://www.womenbordercenter.com/