Small Business Resilience: SCORE is continuously working to ensure that small business owners have information to keep their doors open during and after any catastrophe.
SCORE is continuously working to ensure that small business owners have information to keep their doors open during and after any catastrophe.
SCORE is here for you.
You are a small business owner, a leader who had the courage to take that first step to build a business and a future you believe in. A setback doesn't change that.
At SCORE, we know that disasters, economic downturns, and catastrophic events can bring unprecedented challenges to your business. That is why we're committed to providing you with the resources to empower you to make the best decisions for your company. What if the obstacle you are experiencing is your chance to grow stronger, more agile, and more successful than you've ever been?
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Small Business Emergency Preparation and Recovery Resources
We break down why the supply chain is disrupted to better help you source products. Read more
These tips can help you get started by taking a step-by-step approach with the goal to survive and rebuild a business after any kind of calamity. Read more
Small Business Resilience Resource Library
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.
SCORE mentor Joella Gamon was first introduced to the Chapter as a SCORE client. She had a great experience working with her mentor Kevin Saint Cyr. So when he mentioned that she would be a welcome addition to the ranks of mentors, Joella jumped at the chance to give back to a community that she was passionate about within an established network of seasoned professionals. It seemed like the perfect fit.
SCORE mentor Ramon Estevez contributes financial expertise and bilingual skills to Chapter 16 while still pursuing an active full-time career.
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 Subject Matter Expert Michael Heiner, an IT Specialist with almost ten years of experience to contribute to both our clients and mentors.
SCORE Chapter 16, in partnership with Language Beyond Borders, is investing in the rich diversity of the region, as it extends it reach to any non-English speaking client seeking mentoring services for their new or existing businesses
From joining a larger effort to making a donation, small businesses have several effective ways to participate in volunteer work.
The unexpected can happen at any time, and when it does, you have to reevaluate your business plan so you can survive and move forward. Sudden market changes can bring a business to its knees, but with good preparation, your business can stay standing and grow even stronger and bigger.
Make sure that your small business is ready for snow and other types of winter storms.