November 16, 2016
The New Jersey State Library is working with the New Jersey Department of Treasury’s Division of Taxation to connect local business owners and entrepreneurs with vital information through their libraries. The Small Business Workshops are taught by staff from the Taxation University, an outreach and training unit within the Division of Taxation. The free workshops will cover basic information about starting a business. If you are interested in hosting a session, the New Jersey State Library will assist with coordinating and promoting the event. Contact Andrea Levandowski at the New Jersey State Library to learn more and to schedule an event at your library at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-278-2640 x190.
On Friday, March 24 and Saturday, March 25, 2017, schools, museums, libraries, small businesses and other locations all across NJ will host live presentations, demonstrations, workshops and other hands-on interactive making experiences. Last year’s NJMD drew more than 60,000 visitors to over 250 sites across NJ to connect and engage in hands-on interactive programs, activities, demonstrations and experiences. There is no cost associated with becoming a participating site. Early Bird registration for NJ Makers Day ends Nov 19th. Don’t miss out on any discounts and sponsorships, free professional development, contests, and other incentives we will be offering. If you have not already, and will be participating, register today! Read more…
Two dates at two locations, with at least six Table Talks and one in-depth presentation at each event. 2017 dates & locations are:
The top three posters and videos win awesome prizes, and the chance for their work to be seen by the public during statewide awareness activities. A prize for the classroom with the most eligible submissions in each of the poster and video categories will also be awarded.
Beginning in September, @NJGrowsBiz on Twitter is being relaunched with a new focus. Libraries across New Jersey are doing amazing work to support the businesses and entrepreneurs in their communities. From classes and special events to innovative partnerships and resources, libraries are providing the tools for businesses to thrive.
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