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Entrepreneurship: For You

BMCC Small Business & Entrepreneurship Degree Resources

BMCC Business Majors Hub

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Every semester BMCC students who have completed or are taking SBE classes have opportunities to volunteer as mentors. This is a great way to practice what you learn in classes. Do not miss out on a chance to help others. Contact Pr. Snipes at

Entrepreneurship is a careerpath and you do not have to choose to be an entrepreneur or work for a company. These change over time. The green line looks consistent yet it leaves out the constant growth in knowledge and experience that comes from this track. When you look at the two pictures notice how CTE (career & technical education) gives you a way to transition from disadvantaged to higher status. Contact the business department at Fiterman 730 for more information.

Local Programs and Resources

Being an Entrepreneur

Veterans and Small Businesses

Entrepreneurship for All Newsletter

Entrepreneurship for All® This blog post is a continuation of the series "Closing the Racial Gaps: Together We Can" which highlights efforts across the United States that show promise for closing racial opportunity gaps and c...

Library Books & eBooks

Search for more books in the library catalog

Try searching subject headings like:

  • entrepreneurship
  • small business
  • new business enterprises
  • self-employed women
  • women-owned business enterprises
  • success in business

Videos & Resources

Log into the above video website with your full BMCC email and the same password as when on a computer on campus.


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Thanks go to Elizabeth Jardine, Metadata Librarian at LaGuardia Community College, for permission to base this guide on one she created.