26 Graduate From Latino Entrepreneur Business Skills Course


The Business Skills for Latino Entrepreneurs classes resulted in 26 business people graduating from the eight-week program.

The graduates include Ernestina Aguilar, Juan Carolos Alvarado, Juan Carolos Alvarez, Jose A. Alvarez, Karen Beltrain, Jose Beltrain, Gabriela Castillo, Carolos H. Cedomino, Janet Cordova, Marcela Cruz, Eduardo Cruz, Flavio Cesar Franco, Carolos Gasca, Ilda Gomez, Laura Gonzalez, Lucerro Hernandez, Cristina Herrera, Dliza Llaguno, Marco Maya, Raul Olvera, Francisco Ortiz, Armando Ortiz, Juan Carlos Pernia, Enrique Romero, Rogelio Sanchez and Adriana Sosa.

The graduates represented a wide range of business interests. Some were in business and others were interested in learning more about the general aspects of running a business. The seminar dealt with business plans, increasing earnings, controlling finances and improving credit scores. Also, free professional business consulting was offered.

The graduation was on May 14 at Genesis Healthcare. Classes were held at La Comunidad Hispana. Sponsors included . Sponsors included Chester County SCORE, LCH, National Penn Bank, and Kutztown University’s Latino Business Resource Center.

Classes were conducted in Spanish. Those interested in future programs designed specifically for the Latino Community should visit the Kutztown University Latino Business Resource website at http://www.kulbrc.org or contact Carolina Martinez, Director of the Latino Business Resource Center at 484-646-4013 or martinez@kutztown.edu.

La Comunidad Hispana was established in 1973 as a community-based nonprofit organization to help low income residents of southern Chester County to stay healthy, build strong families and lead productive lives by providing high-quality, culturally welcoming services. For more information, go to www.lacomunidadhispana.org or call 610-444-7550, ext. 242.

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