SCORE Mentors are here for you.
SCORE Bangor provides clients with assistance and easy access to a wide range of business and financial expertise that can be directly applied to your existing business or new business idea.
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Give back to small business:
Volunteer with SCORE
Small businesses need help now more than ever. As small business communities recover, you can be a part of helping them return as prosperous and thriving establishments in your local community. New startup businesses are also springing up. Join SCORE’s volunteer force to be part of helping small businesses start, grow and thrive.Apply Today
SCORE is here to help women small business owners.
SCORE is here to help you fulfill your business ownership goals and achieve greater success. Along with resources and tools created especially for women entrepreneurs, SCORE offers free business mentors. SCORE mentors, many of them successful women small business owners in their own right, are ready to help you achieve your business goals.Visit SCORE for Women Entrepreneurs
Right now, Black entrepreneurs are facing unique barriers to business success.
At SCORE, we’re working to change that by removing those obstacles and providing Black small business owners with access to personalized support. SCORE for Black Entrepreneurs is here to meet you where you are and get you where you want to go.Visit SCORE for Black Entrepreneurs
SCORE's mentors provide clients with free and confidential business counseling. We're offering virtual mentoring at this time, including: phone, video, and email mentoring.
Webinars & Workshops
SCORE mentors and representatives from the local business community conduct a variety of regularly scheduled, no to low-cost educational workshops that provide valuable information and techniques necessary for establishing and managing a successful business.
With access to a wide variety of documents, templates and tools to assist you in starting or growing your business, the information provided here covers a wide range of subjects including initial business planning, capital sources, government agencies, and much more.