Kauffman FastTrac is a global provider of training that equips aspiring and established entrepreneurs with the business skills and insights, tools, resources, and peer networks necessary to start and grow successful businesses. Kauffman FastTrac was created by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, the largest foundation in the world devoted to entrepreneurship.
The service provides resources such as business basics workshops, mentoring and international standards guidance to small businesses.
The department provides general business resources and incentive and training programs to New Jersey-based businesses.
The state's welfare reform program, WorkFirst NJ, emphasizes work as the first step toward building a new life and a brighter future. Our goal is to help people get off welfare, secure employment and become self-sufficient, through job training, education and work activities.
This network, run by the Small Business Administration (SBA) provides programs and online courses with topics ranging from business start-up to government contracting.
The administration provides training, information and incentives for employee education and training programs.
With the aim of cultivating entrepreneurs from among the postdoctoral community, the Kauffman Foundation's Entrepreneur Postdoctoral Fellows program will educate and train scientist-founders who will create the high-growth technology companies of tomorrow.
The fellowship consists of a two-year apprenticeship program that includes aid in a personal development plan and executive mentoring.
The institute provides personal business coaching and assistance to entrepreneurs.
The association provides business coaching and assistance to female entrepreneurs.