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SCORE Tip of the Mitt
Serving Michigan’s Northern Lower Peninsula and Eastern Upper Peninsula

The Tip of the Mitt SCORE chapter, located in scenic Northern Michigan, was established in 1988. We have 25 dedicated volunteers who provide free business advice, no-cost business training through webinars and workshops, and contribute to our library of numerous templates and tools.

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Upcoming workshops
PPP: Engagement/Disengagement in the Workplace

In this free employee engagement series, participants will shift the story from buzzwords to better connections, find the root of disengagement and increase productivity and morale.

PPP: Ask HR

In this free employee engagement series, participants will shift the story from buzzwords to better connections, find the root of disengagement and increase productivity and morale.

SCORE Empowers All Entrepreneurs

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. 

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SCORE Tip of the Mitt mentors with returning citizen at Chippewa Correctional Facility
Impact Your Community

Since 1964, SCORE has educated and mentored more than 11 million small business owners and entrepreneurs. 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. 

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