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  • Sunday, October 13, 2019

    • Small Business Development Program Time: All Day Location: Montebello Pumping and Maintenance Building, 3501 Hillen Road Baltimore, MD 21218 Details:

      Hosted By: Baltimore Department of Public Works

      The Department of Public Works (DPW) supports economic and business development in Baltimore City and throughout the region. Serving one of the most diverse regions in the country, DPW invites local minorities, women, and/or disadvantaged businesses to learn more about its Small Business Development Training Program.

      DPW’s Small Business Development Program offers construction management classes. This 10-week course is designed to make sure participants are contract-ready for the more than $3 billion in utility construction work, including Consent Decree sewer rehabilitation and replacement, and capital improvements under drinking water stormwater and wastewater.

      Registration

      APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Aug. 30, 2019. Mail completed applications to: DPW Small Business Development Program, P.O. Box 41321, Baltimore, Md. 21203. Please click here to download the 2019 application for the Small Business Development Program. 

      In addition, applicants can register online. Click here to register online. 

      An overview of the program is available in the following documents: "2019 Small Business Development Program Flyer!" 

      There is a nominal registration fee of $199, and participants will receive 10 training modules valued at $1,119.  All M/W/DBEs must complete an application prior to program participation. For more information about the training program, please call 410-433-2400 or send an email sbd@baltimorecity.gov.

      Classes Include:

      • Safety— a 10-hour OSHA certification card;
      • Contract Administration — understanding and executing contracts;
      • Scheduling — effective and realistic scheduling to complete projects “on time and within budget;”
      • Estimating & Bidding — hands-on training with actual estimating and bidding exercises; 
      • Conflict Resolution —protocol, methodology, and legal considerations;
      • Construction Accounting & Finance —learning about the dollars and cents of construction and how to do business with the City of Baltimore, and a complete coverage of City requirements and procedures; and  
      • Construction Best Practices — specialized training for trenchless sewer repair, site restoration, manhole repair, and lateral connections.

      Individuals interested in advancing their companies and enhancing their knowledge of sewer rehabilitation work and related support services are invited to participate in the training Program. This program is designed to improve knowledge of utility construction and sewer rehabilitation work and prepare local certified and certifiable M/W/DBEs to be contract-ready.

      For this training program, DPW is targeting companies that specialize in concrete construction, construction program/project management, excavating, landscaping, pipeline installation, post construction clean-up, scheduling, sediment and erosion control, sewer construction, site work, traffic control, or underground utilities.

       
       
  • Monday, October 14, 2019

    • Small Business Development Program Time: All Day Location: Montebello Pumping and Maintenance Building, 3501 Hillen Road Baltimore, MD 21218 Details:

      Hosted By: Baltimore Department of Public Works

      The Department of Public Works (DPW) supports economic and business development in Baltimore City and throughout the region. Serving one of the most diverse regions in the country, DPW invites local minorities, women, and/or disadvantaged businesses to learn more about its Small Business Development Training Program.

      DPW’s Small Business Development Program offers construction management classes. This 10-week course is designed to make sure participants are contract-ready for the more than $3 billion in utility construction work, including Consent Decree sewer rehabilitation and replacement, and capital improvements under drinking water stormwater and wastewater.

      Registration

      APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Aug. 30, 2019. Mail completed applications to: DPW Small Business Development Program, P.O. Box 41321, Baltimore, Md. 21203. Please click here to download the 2019 application for the Small Business Development Program. 

      In addition, applicants can register online. Click here to register online. 

      An overview of the program is available in the following documents: "2019 Small Business Development Program Flyer!" 

      There is a nominal registration fee of $199, and participants will receive 10 training modules valued at $1,119.  All M/W/DBEs must complete an application prior to program participation. For more information about the training program, please call 410-433-2400 or send an email sbd@baltimorecity.gov.

      Classes Include:

      • Safety— a 10-hour OSHA certification card;
      • Contract Administration — understanding and executing contracts;
      • Scheduling — effective and realistic scheduling to complete projects “on time and within budget;”
      • Estimating & Bidding — hands-on training with actual estimating and bidding exercises; 
      • Conflict Resolution —protocol, methodology, and legal considerations;
      • Construction Accounting & Finance —learning about the dollars and cents of construction and how to do business with the City of Baltimore, and a complete coverage of City requirements and procedures; and  
      • Construction Best Practices — specialized training for trenchless sewer repair, site restoration, manhole repair, and lateral connections.

      Individuals interested in advancing their companies and enhancing their knowledge of sewer rehabilitation work and related support services are invited to participate in the training Program. This program is designed to improve knowledge of utility construction and sewer rehabilitation work and prepare local certified and certifiable M/W/DBEs to be contract-ready.

      For this training program, DPW is targeting companies that specialize in concrete construction, construction program/project management, excavating, landscaping, pipeline installation, post construction clean-up, scheduling, sediment and erosion control, sewer construction, site work, traffic control, or underground utilities.

       
       
  • Tuesday, October 15, 2019

    • Small Business Development Program Time: All Day Location: Montebello Pumping and Maintenance Building, 3501 Hillen Road Baltimore, MD 21218 Details:

      Hosted By: Baltimore Department of Public Works

      The Department of Public Works (DPW) supports economic and business development in Baltimore City and throughout the region. Serving one of the most diverse regions in the country, DPW invites local minorities, women, and/or disadvantaged businesses to learn more about its Small Business Development Training Program.

      DPW’s Small Business Development Program offers construction management classes. This 10-week course is designed to make sure participants are contract-ready for the more than $3 billion in utility construction work, including Consent Decree sewer rehabilitation and replacement, and capital improvements under drinking water stormwater and wastewater.

      Registration

      APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Aug. 30, 2019. Mail completed applications to: DPW Small Business Development Program, P.O. Box 41321, Baltimore, Md. 21203. Please click here to download the 2019 application for the Small Business Development Program. 

      In addition, applicants can register online. Click here to register online. 

      An overview of the program is available in the following documents: "2019 Small Business Development Program Flyer!" 

      There is a nominal registration fee of $199, and participants will receive 10 training modules valued at $1,119.  All M/W/DBEs must complete an application prior to program participation. For more information about the training program, please call 410-433-2400 or send an email sbd@baltimorecity.gov.

      Classes Include:

      • Safety— a 10-hour OSHA certification card;
      • Contract Administration — understanding and executing contracts;
      • Scheduling — effective and realistic scheduling to complete projects “on time and within budget;”
      • Estimating & Bidding — hands-on training with actual estimating and bidding exercises; 
      • Conflict Resolution —protocol, methodology, and legal considerations;
      • Construction Accounting & Finance —learning about the dollars and cents of construction and how to do business with the City of Baltimore, and a complete coverage of City requirements and procedures; and  
      • Construction Best Practices — specialized training for trenchless sewer repair, site restoration, manhole repair, and lateral connections.

      Individuals interested in advancing their companies and enhancing their knowledge of sewer rehabilitation work and related support services are invited to participate in the training Program. This program is designed to improve knowledge of utility construction and sewer rehabilitation work and prepare local certified and certifiable M/W/DBEs to be contract-ready.

      For this training program, DPW is targeting companies that specialize in concrete construction, construction program/project management, excavating, landscaping, pipeline installation, post construction clean-up, scheduling, sediment and erosion control, sewer construction, site work, traffic control, or underground utilities.

       
       
    • 2019 County Executive's Small Business Summit Time: 7:30a - 12:30p Location: Holiday Inn Columbia East- Jessup 7900 Washington Blvd Jessup, MD 20794 Details:

      2019 County Executive's Small Business Summit

      Howard County spends an average of $220 million annually on various goods and services. Are you a small, woman, minority or veteran owned business looking to understand how to bid and win governement contracts? 

      If you answered yes, then join us for this half-day summit dedicated to creating an environment of equity and opportunity. 

      Attendee Cost: $25.00

      Questions? Please Contact the Howard County Chamber- (410)-730-4111 ; info@howardchamber.com

       
       
  • Wednesday, October 16, 2019

    • Small Business Development Program Time: All Day Location: Montebello Pumping and Maintenance Building, 3501 Hillen Road Baltimore, MD 21218 Details:

      Hosted By: Baltimore Department of Public Works

      The Department of Public Works (DPW) supports economic and business development in Baltimore City and throughout the region. Serving one of the most diverse regions in the country, DPW invites local minorities, women, and/or disadvantaged businesses to learn more about its Small Business Development Training Program.

      DPW’s Small Business Development Program offers construction management classes. This 10-week course is designed to make sure participants are contract-ready for the more than $3 billion in utility construction work, including Consent Decree sewer rehabilitation and replacement, and capital improvements under drinking water stormwater and wastewater.

      Registration

      APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Aug. 30, 2019. Mail completed applications to: DPW Small Business Development Program, P.O. Box 41321, Baltimore, Md. 21203. Please click here to download the 2019 application for the Small Business Development Program. 

      In addition, applicants can register online. Click here to register online. 

      An overview of the program is available in the following documents: "2019 Small Business Development Program Flyer!" 

      There is a nominal registration fee of $199, and participants will receive 10 training modules valued at $1,119.  All M/W/DBEs must complete an application prior to program participation. For more information about the training program, please call 410-433-2400 or send an email sbd@baltimorecity.gov.

      Classes Include:

      • Safety— a 10-hour OSHA certification card;
      • Contract Administration — understanding and executing contracts;
      • Scheduling — effective and realistic scheduling to complete projects “on time and within budget;”
      • Estimating & Bidding — hands-on training with actual estimating and bidding exercises; 
      • Conflict Resolution —protocol, methodology, and legal considerations;
      • Construction Accounting & Finance —learning about the dollars and cents of construction and how to do business with the City of Baltimore, and a complete coverage of City requirements and procedures; and  
      • Construction Best Practices — specialized training for trenchless sewer repair, site restoration, manhole repair, and lateral connections.

      Individuals interested in advancing their companies and enhancing their knowledge of sewer rehabilitation work and related support services are invited to participate in the training Program. This program is designed to improve knowledge of utility construction and sewer rehabilitation work and prepare local certified and certifiable M/W/DBEs to be contract-ready.

      For this training program, DPW is targeting companies that specialize in concrete construction, construction program/project management, excavating, landscaping, pipeline installation, post construction clean-up, scheduling, sediment and erosion control, sewer construction, site work, traffic control, or underground utilities.

       
       
    • Baltimore County Meet the Primes Time: 8:00a - 12:00p Location: MD State Fairgrounds - Exhibition Hall, 2200 York Road, Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland 21093 Details:

      Hosted By: Baltimore County & Baltimore Metro Council

      A chance to meet directly with prime contractors and agency representatives.

      For questions, please contact Bob Ball at 443-809-4334/rball@bcps.org or Carla Tucker at 410-887-3119/ctucker@baltimroecountymd.gov

       
       
    • Make Commuter Benefits Easy for Your Business ; Free Webinar Time: 11:00a - 12:00p Location: Online Details:

      Commuter Choice Maryland is The Maryland Department of Transportation's (MDOT) Travel Demand Management Program, that promotes alternatives options to driving alone to work such as public transportation, ridesharing/carpooling, vanpooling, walking, biking, teleworking, and flexible work schedules.

      Our October webinar is the fifth in it's series with a focus on tools to help your business apply commuter benefits. This month we will have two guest industry expert speakers from WMATA- Janiece Timmons and MDOT MTA- Timothy Nizer. Make sure to register so that your business can learn more about how to navigate and use tools to help make offering commuter benefits easy! Topics include:

      • Offering Smart Benefits

      • Saving money with the Maryland Commuter Tax Credit

      • Utilizing the Charm Pass! App


      Don't miss this opportunity to join in on the conversation with industry experts from WMATA, MDOT MTA, and Commuter Choice Maryland.

      Space is limited for this exclusive webinar. Reserve your spot and take a step closer to an easier commute for your business that saves you money, reduces stress for your employees, and improves your bottom line!

       
       
    • Small and Minority Business Policy Forum Fall Quarterly Meeting Time: 7:00p - 9:00p Location: UMUC Academic Center in Largo 1616 McCormick Drive Largo, MD 20774 Details:

      Join Council Member Mel Franklin and the local small business community for a discussion and strategic advocacy on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 from 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM.

      Doors open at 6:30 PM

      UMUC Academic Center
      1616 McCormick Drive
      Largo, MD 20774

      Light refreshments will be provided.
      Free to the public.

       
       
       
  • Thursday, October 17, 2019

    • Small Business Development Program Time: All Day Location: Montebello Pumping and Maintenance Building, 3501 Hillen Road Baltimore, MD 21218 Details:

      Hosted By: Baltimore Department of Public Works

      The Department of Public Works (DPW) supports economic and business development in Baltimore City and throughout the region. Serving one of the most diverse regions in the country, DPW invites local minorities, women, and/or disadvantaged businesses to learn more about its Small Business Development Training Program.

      DPW’s Small Business Development Program offers construction management classes. This 10-week course is designed to make sure participants are contract-ready for the more than $3 billion in utility construction work, including Consent Decree sewer rehabilitation and replacement, and capital improvements under drinking water stormwater and wastewater.

      Registration

      APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Aug. 30, 2019. Mail completed applications to: DPW Small Business Development Program, P.O. Box 41321, Baltimore, Md. 21203. Please click here to download the 2019 application for the Small Business Development Program. 

      In addition, applicants can register online. Click here to register online. 

      An overview of the program is available in the following documents: "2019 Small Business Development Program Flyer!" 

      There is a nominal registration fee of $199, and participants will receive 10 training modules valued at $1,119.  All M/W/DBEs must complete an application prior to program participation. For more information about the training program, please call 410-433-2400 or send an email sbd@baltimorecity.gov.

      Classes Include:

      • Safety— a 10-hour OSHA certification card;
      • Contract Administration — understanding and executing contracts;
      • Scheduling — effective and realistic scheduling to complete projects “on time and within budget;”
      • Estimating & Bidding — hands-on training with actual estimating and bidding exercises; 
      • Conflict Resolution —protocol, methodology, and legal considerations;
      • Construction Accounting & Finance —learning about the dollars and cents of construction and how to do business with the City of Baltimore, and a complete coverage of City requirements and procedures; and  
      • Construction Best Practices — specialized training for trenchless sewer repair, site restoration, manhole repair, and lateral connections.

      Individuals interested in advancing their companies and enhancing their knowledge of sewer rehabilitation work and related support services are invited to participate in the training Program. This program is designed to improve knowledge of utility construction and sewer rehabilitation work and prepare local certified and certifiable M/W/DBEs to be contract-ready.

      For this training program, DPW is targeting companies that specialize in concrete construction, construction program/project management, excavating, landscaping, pipeline installation, post construction clean-up, scheduling, sediment and erosion control, sewer construction, site work, traffic control, or underground utilities.

       
       
    • Maryland Women's Business Center's 4th Annual Awards Luncheon Time: 11:00a - 1:30p Location: The University at Shady Grove Building II University Of Maryland 9630 Gudelsky Drive Rockville MD 20850 Details:

      Maryland Women's Business Center's 4th Annual Awards Luncheon

      Every day women entrepreneurs work hard to grow their small businesses, create jobs, drive innovation, and increase America's global competitiveness. The MWBC's 4th Annual Awards Luncheon highlights women entrepreneurs and companies that have persevered to achieve success, while thanking the sponsors that help Maryland businesses grow and prosper.

      MWBC will present its fourth annual awards to exceptional women entrepreneurs in the following categories:

      •   Woman Entrepreneur of the Year
      •   Woman Innovator of the Year
      •   Woman Veteran Entrepreneur of the Year
      •   Woman Rising Star of the Year Minority Woman Business of the Year
       
       
  • Friday, October 18, 2019

    • Small Business Development Program Time: All Day Location: Montebello Pumping and Maintenance Building, 3501 Hillen Road Baltimore, MD 21218 Details:

      Hosted By: Baltimore Department of Public Works

      The Department of Public Works (DPW) supports economic and business development in Baltimore City and throughout the region. Serving one of the most diverse regions in the country, DPW invites local minorities, women, and/or disadvantaged businesses to learn more about its Small Business Development Training Program.

      DPW’s Small Business Development Program offers construction management classes. This 10-week course is designed to make sure participants are contract-ready for the more than $3 billion in utility construction work, including Consent Decree sewer rehabilitation and replacement, and capital improvements under drinking water stormwater and wastewater.

      Registration

      APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Aug. 30, 2019. Mail completed applications to: DPW Small Business Development Program, P.O. Box 41321, Baltimore, Md. 21203. Please click here to download the 2019 application for the Small Business Development Program. 

      In addition, applicants can register online. Click here to register online. 

      An overview of the program is available in the following documents: "2019 Small Business Development Program Flyer!" 

      There is a nominal registration fee of $199, and participants will receive 10 training modules valued at $1,119.  All M/W/DBEs must complete an application prior to program participation. For more information about the training program, please call 410-433-2400 or send an email sbd@baltimorecity.gov.

      Classes Include:

      • Safety— a 10-hour OSHA certification card;
      • Contract Administration — understanding and executing contracts;
      • Scheduling — effective and realistic scheduling to complete projects “on time and within budget;”
      • Estimating & Bidding — hands-on training with actual estimating and bidding exercises; 
      • Conflict Resolution —protocol, methodology, and legal considerations;
      • Construction Accounting & Finance —learning about the dollars and cents of construction and how to do business with the City of Baltimore, and a complete coverage of City requirements and procedures; and  
      • Construction Best Practices — specialized training for trenchless sewer repair, site restoration, manhole repair, and lateral connections.

      Individuals interested in advancing their companies and enhancing their knowledge of sewer rehabilitation work and related support services are invited to participate in the training Program. This program is designed to improve knowledge of utility construction and sewer rehabilitation work and prepare local certified and certifiable M/W/DBEs to be contract-ready.

      For this training program, DPW is targeting companies that specialize in concrete construction, construction program/project management, excavating, landscaping, pipeline installation, post construction clean-up, scheduling, sediment and erosion control, sewer construction, site work, traffic control, or underground utilities.

       
       
  • Saturday, October 19, 2019

    • Small Business Development Program Time: All Day Location: Montebello Pumping and Maintenance Building, 3501 Hillen Road Baltimore, MD 21218 Details:

      Hosted By: Baltimore Department of Public Works

      The Department of Public Works (DPW) supports economic and business development in Baltimore City and throughout the region. Serving one of the most diverse regions in the country, DPW invites local minorities, women, and/or disadvantaged businesses to learn more about its Small Business Development Training Program.

      DPW’s Small Business Development Program offers construction management classes. This 10-week course is designed to make sure participants are contract-ready for the more than $3 billion in utility construction work, including Consent Decree sewer rehabilitation and replacement, and capital improvements under drinking water stormwater and wastewater.

      Registration

      APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Aug. 30, 2019. Mail completed applications to: DPW Small Business Development Program, P.O. Box 41321, Baltimore, Md. 21203. Please click here to download the 2019 application for the Small Business Development Program. 

      In addition, applicants can register online. Click here to register online. 

      An overview of the program is available in the following documents: "2019 Small Business Development Program Flyer!" 

      There is a nominal registration fee of $199, and participants will receive 10 training modules valued at $1,119.  All M/W/DBEs must complete an application prior to program participation. For more information about the training program, please call 410-433-2400 or send an email sbd@baltimorecity.gov.

      Classes Include:

      • Safety— a 10-hour OSHA certification card;
      • Contract Administration — understanding and executing contracts;
      • Scheduling — effective and realistic scheduling to complete projects “on time and within budget;”
      • Estimating & Bidding — hands-on training with actual estimating and bidding exercises; 
      • Conflict Resolution —protocol, methodology, and legal considerations;
      • Construction Accounting & Finance —learning about the dollars and cents of construction and how to do business with the City of Baltimore, and a complete coverage of City requirements and procedures; and  
      • Construction Best Practices — specialized training for trenchless sewer repair, site restoration, manhole repair, and lateral connections.

      Individuals interested in advancing their companies and enhancing their knowledge of sewer rehabilitation work and related support services are invited to participate in the training Program. This program is designed to improve knowledge of utility construction and sewer rehabilitation work and prepare local certified and certifiable M/W/DBEs to be contract-ready.

      For this training program, DPW is targeting companies that specialize in concrete construction, construction program/project management, excavating, landscaping, pipeline installation, post construction clean-up, scheduling, sediment and erosion control, sewer construction, site work, traffic control, or underground utilities.