Become a Business Mentor! - SCORE Bangor
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Broaden Your Professional Development - Become a SCORE Volunteer Mentor
You are good at what you do. Your skills, talents, and business savvy are valuable resources that entrepreneurs can tap into. As a SCORE volunteer, not only do you use your knowledge and experience to help others succeed, you also support the community in a meaningful way.
How it works
Volunteers receive in-depth mentorship training on how to interact and coach our clients, who represent the broad spectrum of the Bangor community. SCORE mentors are then matched with clients based on the mentor's experience and the client's needs. Mentors and clients can choose to meet face-to-face, online, or offer the phone to discuss the client's small business needs.
- Business experience
- Effective communication skills
- Sincere desire to help someone succeed
- Computer literacy
- Completion of volunteer mentor training
When you become a SCORE volunteer, sharing your time and talent can present valuable
opportunities for professional development:
- Learn new skills
- Hone existing skills
- Expand your knowledge of small business resources
- Network in the business community
- Leverage your professional talents
- Pay it forward
Help Someone Write Their Business Success Story and become a SCORE volunteer today!
SCORE is a volunteer network of more than 11,000 trusted, knowledgeable mentors who help aspiring and established small business owner solve problems and improve competency as they create companies, jobs and revenue in their communities. Small business is the growth engine of our economy, and SCORE has a proven track record of helping entrepreneurs create small businesses and jobs for America.
SCORE Bangor is an integral resource in the business community, providing free services, programs, and resources to small business owners.
We'll work with your schedule.
202 Harlow St.Bangor, ME 04401
- Business Analysis
- People Skills
- Business Development
- Marketing Strategy & Planning
- Professional Development
- Must be at least 18