Citrus County SCORE consists of over 25 Certified SCORE Mentors. We are eager to provide FREE assistance to businesses in Citrus County, Florida.
Historically known as the Service Corps of Retired Executives, our chapter indeed consists mainly of senior managers with years of relevant, real-world experience. We're not academics or just taken some training courses; we've actually lived it.
Whether you are trying to start a small business, expand an existing small business, or buy/sell an on-going small business, we can provide free face to face mentoring and counseling regarding the many issues that you may find daunting. Most often, we assist in the development of business plans for locally owned small businesses. As a Chapter of SCORE we can also draw instantly upon our nationwide pool of over 11,500 mentors for specialized help.
SCORE's mentors, comprised of active and retired business men and women, provide clients with free and confidential business counseling. Counseling can be conducted at the client's place of business, at our chapter headquarters, by telephone or via email
SCORE mentors and representatives from the local business community conduct a variety of regularly scheduled, low-cost educational workshops that provide valuable information and techniques necessary for establishing and managing a successful business.
With access to a wide variety of documents, templates and tools to assist you in starting or growing your business, the information provided here covers a wide range of subjects including initial business planning, capital sources, government agencies, and much more.
Citrus County SCORE Awards Two Scholarships
Two Norm Mangano Memorial Scholarships Awarded
Citrus County SCORE is pleased to announce two recipeints of the Norm Mangano Memorial Scholarship for 2015. Both are students at WTC.
Christopher Carter will receive $2000 for tuition and testing. He is studying Applied Welding Technologies. He is 48 and served 6 years in the Marines. He then became a truck driver. His goal is to get a job as a welder and eventually to become a Certified Welding Instructor. He would also like to eventually own his own welding business. He has a 4.0 grade average.
The second recipeint, James McCray will receive $1000 for tuition and testing. He is a student at WTC in Technology Support Services. He is a veteran and has been a SCORE client. He is 29 and is the youngest of 11 children. He is very active at WTC and holds a number of leadership positions. He is married and has a daughter, a son and a step daughter and step son. He volunteers at the Citrus Springs Community Library as a Technical Advisor. He has a 4.0 grade average and would like some day to open a video game consignment shop and a place where kids can go to "keep them off the streets".