Looking for help growing a food business or working in the food industry? Use this guide to connect with the right resources.
Step 1: Select your goal.
Step 2: Click on the category that matches your needs.
Step 3: Read through the results and choose a local organization to help you.
Step 4: Call, email, or visit the organization for assistance.
Through the center’s programs, students build skills and gain experience in consulting and solving business challenges. The students provide valuable consulting to small businesses and non-profit organizations in underserved communities. Business owners and non-profit leaders gain access to business education that creates jobs and changes lives.
Seeks to develop philanthropy and volunteerism to achieve positive social change in the Puget Sound region. Offers grants, portfolios, partner opportunities, etc.
Seattle Central College offers a comprehensive range of educational programs and opportunities in academic transfer, career preparation, basic studies, and continuing education in an urban environment.
The Art Institutes is a system of over 50 schools throughout North America. Programs, credential levels, technology, and scheduling options vary by school and are subject to change.
Project Feast is a nonprofit social enterprise with 501(c)(3) status. Our work, including our training, catering and cooking class programs demonstrate the remarkable power of food to nourish more than just the body.
CIE's vision is that through entrepreneurship and community wealth building strategies, participants in our programs are empowered to build resilient, sustainable, and equitably shared community wealth.
North Seattle College provides learning opportunities for a diverse group of over 14,000 students each year.
In this program you will develop the practical skills you need-including management, marketing, retailing and accounting-to effectively plan for and operate your small business.