You’re invited to join us for a two-hour virtual training on Wednesday, May 26, beginning at 10 a.m. Pacific.
Latino business owners are helping drive the economic recovery in rural Oregon. The rate of growth of Latino-owned businesses was over four times the total business growth in the state. As this population continues to grow, there is a greater need for business support and economic development organizations to provide relevant services to this community. Attend this training to help your organization prepare to support these businesses and learn ways to increase your cultural competence as we work across differences. Gain strategies to recruit and promote your services, learn to engage and develop strong relationships, and build trust.
This opportunity is open to technical assistance providers in Eastern Oregon and is presented by Rural Development Initiatives and facilitated by Sara Curiel Paez, Founder and Consulting Partner, Capacity Building Partnerships, an organizational development consulting firm working to advance the nonprofit sector across Oregon.
This training is offered at no cost to participants with a suggested donation of $25. Save the date for May 16. Registration opens soon.
Tremendous thanks to The Collins Foundation and Oregon Community Foundation for their support.