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The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program is delivered through partnerships between local community colleges, business schools, Community Development Financial Institutions and leading nonprofit organizations.

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Baltimore, MD

Community College of Baltimore County

Kentucky

Kentucky Highlands Investment Corporation

Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC)

Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

Dallas County Community College District

Minneapolis, MN

Community Reinvestment Fund, USA

San Francisco Bay Area, CA

Opportunity Fund

Philadelphia, PA

Community College of Philadelphia

Phoenix/Tuscon, AZ

CDC Small Business Finance

Long Beach , CA

Long Beach Community College District

Central and Eastern, PA

Community First Fund

Detroit, MI

Macomb Community College, Oakland Community College and Wayne State University

New Orleans, LA

Hope Enterprise Corporation

New York, NY

NYBDC: NYC Food Manufacturing Growth Fund

Warwick, RI

Community College of Rhode Island

Atlanta, GA

Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs

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Leading universities and business schools, such as Babson College, are building on, strengthening and developing a world-class curriculum to help small businesses grow and create jobs. They also provide training to faculty at community colleges and similar institutions to strengthen their capacity to deliver programming. Leading nonprofit organizations are contributing their knowledge and experience to help address the needs of small business owners and their communities.

  • Initiative for a Competitive Inner City

  • Greater Houston Partnership

  • Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

  • Houston Minority Supplier Development Council

  • National Federation of Independent Business

  • National Urban League

  • Urban League of Greater New Orleans

  • United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

  • University of Houston Small Business Development Center Network