Collins, Robert D.
College for Professional Studies
Master of Arts
School of Humanities & Social Sciences
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Micro Business Development is a non-profit organization that assists the underserved community of Denver, Colorado in moving into the formal business economy by providing access to capital, training, and marketplace opportunities. It is in need of the instructional design and development of a training course that would inform their clients about E-Business and web site design. This nonformal training course will not only assist their clients expand their client base, but also help them to become more established, and increase the visibility of their businesses. This paper describes a Service Capstone Project that will be a beneficial solution to an adult learning problem for a local community-based organization.
Date of Award
© Sally Cordrey
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Cordrey, Sally M., "A Training Course for the Underserved Population" (2006). Student Publications. 291.