Editor’s note: Henry Liu, who recently won the $100,000 Purpose Prize honoring age 60-plus social entrepreneurs, died in a car crash the day this story was posted.
The federal government’s Small Business Administration provides links to programs for women and vets.
The SBA’s Small Business Development Centers offer free advice in every state.
SCORE, a nonprofit known as “counselors to America’s small business,” is a nationwide network of volunteers with business backgrounds who offer workshops and free online and face-to-face counseling.
The Kauffman Foundation’s FastTrac business development programs are offered around the country for new and established entrepreneurs.
AARP Worksearch website offers a broad array of services for older job seekers.
Check local colleges and universities and their business schools for entrepreneurship workshops and courses.