Ohlone College Career Center Resources
Aspiring Student Entrepreneurship
Tier 1 Alameda County Small Business Development Center (ACSBDC)
Tier 2 Events, Workshops, and ZOOM Webinars
Tier 2 Entrepreneurship Mentorship Services
Tier 2 Recommended Industry Certificates
Business Owners/Employers Entrepreneurship
FREE Non-Credit Professional Development Courses
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Tier 1 Self-Directed Services – FREE
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Employer & Entrepreneurship Advisor
Ohlone College Host of Alameda County Small Business Development Center (ACSBDC) Program
Ohlone College is a public community college with its main campus in Fremont, California and a second campus in Newark. The Ohlone Community College District serves the cities of Fremont and Newark, as well as parts of Union City. Ohlone College became the new host of the Alameda County Small Business Development Center program on January 1, 2019. The ACSBDC serves Alameda County’s small businesses with technical assistance consulting and small business development workshops.
Business Owners & Aspiring Student Entrepreneurship
Ohlone Community College is the host of the Alameda County Small Business Development Center program. This program offers Ohlone students a pathway to entrepreneurship by providing the opportunity and support to start a micro-enterprise while enrolled in college. As part of the Northern California SBDC network, the Alameda County Small Business Development Center (ACSBDC) serves Alameda County. One on one counseling and professional development webinars are available to aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners to address challenges, seize opportunities, and grow clients’ bottom line. To learn more about Ohlone College’s Business Owners & Aspiring Student Entrepreneurship resources click here.
Ohlone College Career Ventures (WIOA)
Powered by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) & Alameda County Workforce Development Board.
If you lost your small business due to COVID-19, you may qualify for up to $5,000.00 of training to cultivate new skills or upgrade your current skillsets. For more information contact:
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Ohlone College Tri-Cities Career Center
Director, Host Oversight of ACSBDC program
Daniel Newell has nearly 20 years of experience in employment and career services, workforce, education, and economic development. He currently serves as the director to the Ohlone College Tri-Cities Career Center, a recipient of a federal sub-contract under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), and serves as the administrator over the Alameda County Small Business Development Center (ACSBDC ) program, a federal sub-contractor under the US Small Business Administration and the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development Small Business Development Center (Go-Biz).