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SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon​ has found an invaluable partner through the years in the Duke Street Business Center of the Lancaster Public Library​. It is a one-stop source for authoritative and up-to-date business and nonprofit information.

“The Duke Street Business Center (of the Lancaster Public Library​) is one of the greatest assets that we have for our clients. Over the years we’ve sent many clients here, and they all say that they found out information they never could have found anywhere else.”

  • SCORE Lancaster – Lebanon volunteer mentor, Larry Keating

The Duke Street Business Center at Lancaster Public Library (DSBC) is a one-stop source for authoritative and up-to-date business and nonprofit information. Their business librarian has years of experience conducting business and nonprofit research utilizing licensed databases, specialized websites, and authoritative reference books and periodicals.

 

Recently there has been an update worth visiting in their Toolkit for Non – Profits.

"The Nonprofit Start-up Toolkit is a valuable reference tool designed to assist you in starting your nonprofit organization. It includes key library resources available at the Duke Street Business Center as well as links to specific sources for a variety of nonprofit topics, including management, funding, and sustainability."

  • Katy Basile Business Reference Librarian, Duke Street Business Center, Lancaster Public Library

 

The Duke Street Business Center is open during library hours, and routinely staffed by a professional business reference librarian throughout the week. It is best to call ahead to make sure that Business Reference Librarian, Katy Basile can meet with you before stopping by about help on a specific issue. You can reach the business librarian via email at: dsbc@lancasterpubliclibrary.org or by calling 717-394-2651 x131.  

Pictured from left to right: Heather Sharpe, Lancaster Public Library Executive Director, Larry Keating, SCORE Lancaster - Lebanon volunteer mentor, Katy Basile, Business Reference Librarian

SCORE Community Partner – The Duke Street Business Center