The York Business Academy
The City of York in partnership with York College of Pennsylvania, and the Entrepreneurial Support Alliance presents the 13th installment of the YORK BUSINESS ACADEMY (YBA). Now entering its ninth year, the purpose of the Academy is to offer new and existing small businesses owner’s an educational opportunity that will increase their business acumen and improve the likelihood of their success in the current economic climate. No formal education, such as a High School Diploma, GED or prerequisite knowledge is required to participate in this session.
This series of Fall classes will run for six consecutive Saturday mornings startied on February 9, 2013. There will be another series of classes in the Fall, at the J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship, 410 Kings Mill Road, York, PA 17401. York College professors, their respective MBA graduate students, student members of York College’s Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) organization, and other local business professionals teach each session focusing on a major aspect of opening, owning and operating a successful business in the City of York or York County.
Seating is limited to 15 participants so it is recommended that incoming students register early. A nominal admission fee of $35.00 is required upon registration. Upon completion of the course, a certificate will be provided to recognize completion of the series; a full refund will be provided to those participants who have completed the majority (defined as four or more sessions) of the classes. Applicants can register by calling Tonya Thompson-Morgan at (717) 843-4948.