Resources for women, minorities and teen entrepreneurs
(Fortune Small Business) -- Check out the websites below that are targeted to women, minorities and students who are thinking of starting a business.
MWBE.com: This site's goal is to provide a single starting point for resources and information specifically targeted to Minority- and Woman-Owned Businesses.
National Association of Women Business Owners: A dues-based national organization that since 1975 has helped women evolve their businesses by sharing resources and providing a single voice to shape economic and public policy.
We Inc.: An association whose purpose is to help women entrepreneurs succeed through networking, educational programs and advocacy.
SBA's Small Business Training Network: A "virtual campus" that provides targeted online training to prospective and existing small business owners.
NWBC women's business portal: Thinking about bidding on a government contract? Check out the procurement resources at this portal.
Center for Women's Business Resource: You're only as good and profitable as your information. This site claims to be the "go-to source" on the trends, characteristics, achievements, and challenges of women business owners.
SBA's Teen Business Link: A web portal targeting teens with information on new business tips, trends and tools such as a sample business plan for a babysitting business.
SBA and Junior Achievement Youth Entrepreneur Resources: Working together, SBA and JA say they are looking to maximize support for the next generation of entrepreneurs.