The Direct Selling Education Foundation and the National Association of Community College Entrepreneurship have teamed up with Cayuga Community College to develop and offer the Direct Selling Entrepreneurship training program. Cayuga will offer this program starting on September 8 at the Auburn Campus.
Registration for the program is now open at www.cayuga-cc.edu/communityed in Community Education, Business & Entrepreneurship section.
The Direct Selling Entrepreneur Program breaks the world of direct selling wide open to participants with this 30-hour, non-credit course designed to provide direct sellers with the small business management and entrepreneurial skills that will allow them to run more successful direct selling businesses.
No matter one’s level of experience in direct selling, the Direct Selling Entrepreneur Program provides a new path forward for people seeking success as independent entrepreneurs selling the world’s most recognizable brands.
Divided into 10 modules, the Direct Selling Entrepreneur Program introduces the fundamental components of small business management, including marketing, finance, legal issues, planning, and skills important to the success of a direct selling small business.
In addition, course participants gain deep understanding of the wide variety of direct selling business strategies, including individual sales efforts, party plan and network marketing scenarios, online sales, and salesforce recruitment and training.
Last spring, Amy Valente received a $1,875 grant from the Women’s Fund of Central New York to award tuition assistance to 15 students for the Direct Selling Women’s Entrepreneurship program.
Thanks to this funding, the college is able to offer a tuition reduction of $125 off the $175 tuition for the first 15 women who sign up for the class, making the tuition only $50 for the 30-hour course. To get the discounted rate, students must call 315-294-8841 to register.
For questions, please contact the course instructor, Valente, at [email protected]