Thriving communities are built on the restaurants, shops, professional services, and other local businesses that make up those neighborhoods. UCEP is a resource for those business owners.
Although applications are reviewed on a case-by-case basis, the Community Power to Prosper program typically looks for business owners that:
Questions regarding your individual status can be directed to Nicole Hudson, UCEP Senior Program Manager, at 412-648-1545 or email@example.com.
Community Power to Prosper registration typically opens in March and runs through mid-June. The UCEP team reserves the right to cap the class at a set number so applying at one’s earliest ability is encouraged. An application for Community Power to Prosper can be found here. Questions regarding eligibility and more can be directed to Nicole Hudson, UCEP Senior Program Manager, at 412-648-1545 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over the course of the six-month program that runs June through November, Community Power to Prosper classes are held once every other week. Each class is held from 8AM-10AM at the Community Engagement Center – Homewood. Enrollees are expected to attend every class. UCEP staff reserves the right to revoke enrollment if a participant’s absence or engagement becomes an issue.