Northern Arizona SCORE
At Northern Arizona SCORE, we have assisted more than 6,000 small business and non-profit clients through free confidential face-to-face counseling and low cost workshops.
Whether you're just starting out, in business, or ready to sell or retire, you can get FREE, confidential business advice from expert advisors committed to helping you succeed. Meet face-to-face in one of our mentoring locations or connect with one of our mentors online.
Register today for our no-or low-cost business training. We provide education on a variety of business topics, including marketing, finance, and accounting, management, and others. Get instruction from a local expert and connect with other business owners in the community.
If you're looking for free, local business templates, guides, blogs, or other helpful tools, SCORE is your destination. Browse our resource library to get the latest in small business strategies and trends. Use the information you find in the library to grow your business knowledge.
Every year, SCORE volunteers help thousands of entrepreneurs start small businesses and achieve new levels of success in their existing businesses. Volunteering at SCORE is a way for you to give back to your community, connect with fellow business owners, and pass on your knowledge and expertise to the next generation of entrepreneurs in your community.Volunteer with SCORE
When you acquire a SCORE mentor you can be assured that he or she will listen carefully to your business ideas, evaluate their implementability and bring in other volunteers, either locally or nationally to support a sound idea.
Angie Moline has dedicated her career to the care of our planet; working with environmental issues both in the classroom and in the field. Maintaining the health of our wildlands and fostering the professionals and students who share this passion has led Moline to create her unique business, EducateWild! LLC.
How Moore learned about SCORE was through the articles in the Prescott Daily Courier. His first mentor was Ed Dragala.
Owners, Rick and Cindy Goodman purchased and plunged in to turn the convenience store into a profit making enterprise.
“I was trying to get an SBA loan and came across SCORE,” Smoot explained.