U.S. Business Funding Solutions believes that education, through hands on assistance, is the key to finding the funding needed by thousands of individuals in many different walks of life to help them achieve their business and other funding goals. The company gives its clients those keys through the expertise of our team of professionals they assign to work with these individuals.
The professionals at U.S. Business Funding Solutions take the guess work out of the grant application research stage by personally helping them find the applications applicable for their project, by helping them fill out the applications and prepare a worthy funding proposal, by helping them submit the final proposal, and by helping them communicate with the funding entity during the review process. The company has helped thousands of people meticulously prepare and submit business and other types of funding proposals.
Through their custom one-on-one method of training, you are guided every step of the way. The overwhelming feeling that is felt by most people when they embark on this journey is completely gone after they start working with their personal funding professional. Some of the professionals who work for U.S. Business Funding Solutions have been helping their clients acquire various types of funding for over 20 years. They are true veterans in the funding acquisition arena.
Through a personal one-on-one interview over the telephone, U.S. Business Funding Solutions's distinguished admissions directors qualify and select individuals for the two different programs. In this interview, they prepare the students to work one-on-one with a personal trainer by giving them an overview of the program before they are invited into the program.
We asked our admissions directors to share their thoughts and ideas about life and business.
As a former seminar speaker, most of my work background has been in the personal development field. I worked at a residential treatment facility as a youth coordinator for several years. I facilitated three-day emotional growth seminars for betterment and personal happiness. I believe these experiences prepared me for my current position as head admissions director at U.S. Business Funding Solutions. The work environment is unique because we share a "synergy" and love for our work and the people we work with. In my spare time, usually on weekends, I enjoy spending time with my wife and three sons, traveling, golfing and reading.
After many years in marketing and office management, I began a search to find work that had a more profound affect on people's lives. That search led me to US Business Funding Solutions. Still here 14 years later and it's been most rewarding to have helped thousands of people understand the funding process that could help them finally realize their goals. I've been fortunate to be able to fulfill my passion of travelling the world, but the greatest joy in my life is spending time with my daughter and granddaughter.
After spending over 12 years in the social services field, I advanced my career in to Human Resource Management. In addition I have spent several years facilitating real estate investment transactions, consulting for large residential and commercial developments and I partnered in building a successful Property Management Company. I enjoy helping our clients obtain the knowledge necessary for positive change with their business. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my two children. We enjoy outdoor activities, hiking, photography, camping and of course hanging out and making each other laugh. I am an avid cyclist and rock climber. I believe in taking calculated risks to achieve long term goals.
The Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher College has received a $1.4 million grant to outfit laboratory facilities and equipment, college officials announced Wednesday. The grant was awarded from the Higher Education Capital Matching Grants Program, which is administered by the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York. The funds will be used to outfit a cell culture laboratory, pharmaceutics/analytical laboratory and pharmacy practice laboratory with new equipment.
Berkshire Bank Foundation awarded a total of $1,518,133 in grants to non-profit organizations in Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut and Vermont during 2014, the bank said Thursday in a news release. The grants supported important education and community development initiatives as well as health and human service and cultural programs. In addition, Berkshire Bank provided $500,622 in community sponsorships, raising Berkshire's total contributions in the community to over $2
Eastlake and Mentor will share in a state grant program designed to spruce up the Lake Erie shoreline. In Eastlake, its $1,017 grant will go toward twice weekly litter pick-up and cleanup of the Eastlake-CEI seawall fishing access site, located at the end of Erie Road. This cleanup will be conducted by community service participants. With financial assistance, the city of Eastlake will pay for supplies and disposal fees.
A grant of $3000, awarded to The Hot Shop, will provide financial assistance for artists’ fees and hot glass studio expenses involved with the Glass Art Educational Programs including workshops, classes and demonstrations. The Hot Shop educational programs incorporate the science and art of glass blowing. Local and regional field trips and classes of elementary, high school and college students allow The Hot Shop to spark the minds and imaginations of all ages.
County Executive C. Scott Vanderhoef and Director of Community Development Joe Abate met Tuesday morning to announce the recipients of the 2012 Community Development Block Grant Awards. $2,656,071 in HUD (Housing and Urban Development) grants were awarded to Rockland not-for-profit organizations, towns and villages that provide social services, housing, and revitalization and improvement programs for Rockland residents in lower-to-moderate income brackets.
The U.S. Department of Education announced Oct. 5 the awarding of $38.8 million in grants to 11 states from a new Safe and Supportive School program. The timing comes just days after a media blitz about the suicides of six teenagers, at least four of whom were bullied for being gay or being perceived as gay. But anybody who knows Washington knows Tuesday’s grants weren’t made in reaction to the recent news
The Jackson County Cultural Coalition, funded by the Oregon Cultural Trust, will give $17,000 in grants to 16 cultural organizations at its annual awards ceremony 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, in the large meeting room at the Medford library. In addition to the awards ceremony, Ballet Folklorico Ritmo Alegre will perform and students at Sams Valley Elementary will display artwork. Awards will be given to the following groups. Ashland Gallery Association will get $950 to help purchase art materials and supplies for Ashland High School students and for volunteer artists exhibiting in Ashland Gallery Association galleries.