California

Minorities

University offers in-depth executive training to business owners nationwide.

Minority entrepreneurs can learn the financial, leadership and negotiation skills it takes to operate a business during a week-long program at the University of Virginia's Darden Graduate School of Business Administration in Charlottesville, August 8 through 13.

Ideally, participants will leave the program with a deeper understanding of the challenges facing minorities, tools for maneuvering around those obstacles, and contacts with others who face similar issues. The program is designed to be national in scope.

The Darden Minority Business Executive Program costs $4,600 per person to attend, with a discount for an additional attendee from the same business; the price includes instruction, housing and meals. Enrollment is limited to 40 people. Call (804)924-4847 for more information, or (804)924-3000 to register.

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This article was originally published in the July 1999 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: California.

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