This online workshop is where you can learn how to research funding options that are available for your nonprofit organization. Plus you'll learn about fundraising laws, how to market on social platforms, and so much more!
One of the first chapters in the nation, SCORE Dallas has been providing free, confidential one-on-one business mentoring to thousands of Texas entrepreneurs for over 50 years.
SCORE Dallas Clients Say:
- "SCORE is a phenomenal organization. The mentor program has been instrumental in me getting my business started. Their classes, personal meetings, and guidance have been invaluable." (CL)
- "I have attended several webinars provide by SCORE. I've received very helpful information about business ownership." (SM)
You want to start a business but need to understand funding? This workshop covers EVERYTHING about funding!
If you are hiring a lawyer, this workshop will tell you how to do it and keep your costs in check.
Small Business Success Starts with SCORE Volunteers
National Volunteer Month is the perfect time to recognize the incredible value that SCORE volunteers bring to our communities. These dedicated individuals generously donate their time, expertise, and passion to help entrepreneurs and small business owners succeed. Whether providing guidance on business plans, marketing strategies, or financial management, SCORE volunteers are a vital resource for anyone looking to start or grow a business. So let's take a moment to thank and celebrate these amazing volunteers who are making a difference in the lives of so many.Learn More & Apply
We believe that anyone can start and manage a successful small business. We also know that the road is harder for some than for others. Diverse backgrounds, different voices and unique needs may call for specialized resources and mentoring approaches.
SCORE is listening, recognizes these diverse needs, and provides personalized support in a wholly-inclusive platform called SCORE for All.
Since 1964, SCORE has educated and mentored more than 11 million small business owners and entrepreneurs.
The Dallas chapter was formed July 1, 1965, one of the first in the country.
We're looking for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences to serve in a variety of roles — from knowledgeable business mentors to local community advocates.