The Small Business Development Center at Troy University is seeking to hire part-time consultants to work with area small businesses and entrepreneurs and has opportunities for students and alumni to receive training to be consultants.
Currently, the SBDC at TROY has a request for proposals out for the part-time consultants which closes at 3 p.m. on June 25.
The SBDC Network is a statewide program that provides management and technical assistance for business start-ups, growth and access to capital. provides technical assistance to a wide variety of businesses across the state including operations in retail, hospitality, medical, food products, personal care, agriculture, science and engineering services, recreation, housing, marketing and technology.
SBDC consultants work as independent contractors and should have the experience and background to provide advising and training to SBDC clients interested in starting a business or growing an existing business, said SBDC Director Juliana Bolivar.
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