New SCORE mentor Winifred McGee brings considerable expert skills to the Chapter in the fields of agriculture, food production, and food safety.
The monthly rate for new mentor requests continues to grow for SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon. Each new volunteer mentor is a critical asset to ensure that our clients receive the timely guidance they need to succeed. Our volunteers can give back to their community by fueling local small businesses that create jobs, contribute to the local economy, and lend a distinct character & personality to a community. Unpaid volunteers are often the glue that holds a community together. Volunteering allows you to connect to your community and make it a better place
An estimated nine million people aged 65 and older volunteer their time each year in this country. SCORE chapters are built on the support of dedicated volunteers and draw on their lifetime of experience and skills. There is no more exemplary model of this than SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon volunteer mentor Tom Roche.
New SCORE mentor Naeem Malik, recently retired from Armstrong contributes to the mission of Chapter 16.
Jean Stephens made the commitment to improving the lives of others when she became a SCORE mentor.
Paul Trunk leads the Member Services Committee, which oversees volunteer recruitment, onboarding, engagement, and retention, to continue advancing the SCORE mission within Lancaster and Lebanon Counties.
Erik Shaw is the embodiment of SCORE's future. He meshes the emotional intelligence to work with other cultures, with the process required for a startup to survive and scale.
Meet New SCORE Mentor Linda Toth.
According to Business Jargons, an online business encyclopedia, it’s often harder to start a business in rural areas, due to several factors, including a lack of technical know-how and training. But the encyclopedia also points out that several businesses are particularly well-suited for those living in rural America.