Tempe, Arizona, August 21, 2017 – The Ready, Set, Go (RSG) Foundation is hosting a FREE 5 week Ready Set Go Certified Entrepreneurial Training Courses starting August 21, 2017, at the Business Resource and Innovation Center (B.R.I.C). at the TEMPE Library.
Get ready to take your small business to the next level – the mission of RSG is to provide entrepreneurs with the tools to educate, empower, and execute best practices for success.
Each course begins promptly at 6:40 pm. This upcoming series will include the following subjects:
Get an overview of the entrepreneurship methods that will enable you to create, identify, shape, and act on opportunities in a variety of contexts and organizations. (President of RSG OD Harris)
Protecting your intellectual property and business from theft (Attorney Laura Rogal)
Learn more about the new trends in business technology to better assist in managing your business and reaching your audience. (Ja’Meen Oliver)
Focus on raising seed and growth capital from venture capital, business angels, investment banking, and commercial banking sources. (Speaker Kerwin Brown)
This class contains hands-on guidance and instruction in the process of turning one’s business plan, value proposition, and strategy, to achieve success. (Vincent Orleck) All classes are Mondays at 6:30 pm in the BRIC at Tempe Library.
The Ready, Set, Go is an organization led by the dynamic, award-winning, entrepreneur, OD Harris. For more than 15 years, Mr. Harris has assisted and guided entrepreneurs to success with strategic methods, and collaborative, interactive courses. Ready, Set, Go Summit members learn best practices, and ethical policies to participate with an ever-expanding client base while becoming engaged within their local communities. Members are held to the highest standards in their industry, and professional practices.
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The Arizona Chapter of The National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Club (NABSTMC) gave a presentation to 7th Grade students at Glenn F Burton Elementary School. The organization has over 100 chapters throughout the US and overseas and are committed to serving the community, providing scholarships, raising funds for charitable purposes and promoting safe motorcycle riding habits. One of their key objectives is to educate the community, schools, civic groups, churches and others about the rich history and legacy of the Buffalo.
Though not prominently included in school curricula, the Buffalo Soldiers were instrumental in the growth of the country though not prominently included in school curricula. From the presentation, students learned that the Buffalo Soldiers were Black infantry of the 9th and 10th Calvary of the U.S. military who frequently served as the town law during the growth of the country. They often were faced with many challenges like serviing in the military when they were not always liked or respected, dealing with prejudices, and working to build frontier cities and towns and not being able to live in them, Among the themes shared, Showpiece, the Chapter's President, told students a lesson they can learn from the Buffalo Soldiers is "When it comes to your dreams in life, regardless of the challenges you may face, never give - just keep trying.'
Referred to as Black Cowboys, the Buffalo Soldiers rode horses in the early days. Today, the NABSTMC ride motorcycles – also known as “Iron Horses.”
Special thanks to the following NABSTMC officers from the Arizona Chapter for taking time out of their day to impart wisdom to our youth :
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