The YWCA of Southern Arizona has a mission of eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Because they have a focus of driving economic development in the community, they offer individuals an opportunity to take courses at the Women's Business Center of Southern Arizona. The most recent course being offered is an 8 week business planning course. This is an awesome opportunity for women and minority entrepreneurs, and a recent announcement that scholarships for the course are available has allowed more people the option to participate.
It is no surprise that Arizona school system needs work. Many businesses avoid investing in Arizona due to that the education system is flawed. A goal is to increase on the standards of education spending. Businesses of Arizona are reluctant to do so in fear that the education the kids are receiving will not benefit them in the future as far as kids having the knowledge and ability to become potential business leaders. Governor Doug Ducey has a goal to make Arizona a forerunner in business. Cutting taxes and regulations may not cut it though.
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Starting your own business can be a difficult task for anyone. Most people who wish to begin their own business do so because they need a change, when it comes to their career. They say if you love what you do, then you will never work a day in your life. This might be the reason that many individuals are choosing to take a risk in starting their own business. Lately, we are seeing more women working to achieve their own personal business, which has empowered other women to do the same. Three women in Arizona took the necessary steps needed to begin their own business.
Kate Wells was originally a co-founder of The Children's Museum of Phoenix. She was one of the main figures to lend the aid to raise the $12.3 million fund in order to open the museum. In 2009, she took a sabbatical year to enjoy life and travel around the world with her husband and kids. She later joined Eight, which specializes most likely in children's education.