Find a Mentor
60 Successful Business Leaders Want to Help Mentor Your Business.....at No Charge
Are you thinking about starting a business or have one with sales up to $10 million? Is there a particular area of business where you could use some expert, experienced advice? Our team of over 60 successful, experienced business executives deliver timely and practical advice at no charge to you and your business. Whether your business needs laser focus on a specific challenge or an overall troubleshooting assessment and action plan, our mentors have the resources and lived experience to help.
Become a Mentor
You’ve been successful in business, now it’s time to help someone else achieve their success. Become a SCORE mentor today, and help a fellow Long Islander reach their goals. Every year, our volunteers help hundreds of entrepreneurs achieve new levels of growth in business. Mentoring with SCORE allows you share your knowledge, and give back.
Share Your Expertise
SCORE is proud to have the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors. They help thousands of entrepreneurs start and grow their small businesses every year. Our volunteers give back to their communities and pass on their knowledge to the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Do you want to help someone achieve their dream? Become a SCORE Long Island Mentor.
The Self-Employment Assistance Program (SEAP)
Fulfill SEAP requirements for free with SCORE!
The Self-Employment Assistance Program (SEAP) allows people who are out of work and meet certain requirements to start their own businesses while collecting Unemployment Insurance benefits. SEAP requires 20 hours of workshops, webinars or classes, plus at least 2 meetings with a business counselor.
Other organizations charge as much as $125 for classes--SCORE Long Island can help you do this AT NO CHARGE! Get started now:
Ann's motto is "helping companies become knowledge-driven, not assumption-driven."; She has run a small consulting practice for 20 years, and can help you with administrative and process issues including taxes, record keeping, and how technology can help you do more for less.