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Here is a small list of Aaron Boyce's community and business service
Facilitated “How to Start a Successful Business” five week workshops at Elk Grove Adult Services.
Facilitated Employment and Job Search workshops across the United States.
Lectured on topics including Marketing, Small Business Financing, and Business Plan Development.
Lectured on topics including Job Networking, Powerful Interviewing, and Employment Marketing.
Director of Franklin SETA Business Information Center (BIC).
Founded small business association that assisted members with all phases of business development.
Planning Committee member for Small Business Administration (SBA) - SETA BIC program.
Board member with South Sacramento - Greenhaven Chamber of Commerce.
Founded, published, and edited local business magazine.
Founded, edited, and published national business publication.
Produced and hosted business talk show for five years.
Produced cable television commercials for clients including Cal-Trans, Rent-To-Own, and SMUD.
Facilitated “how-to” business workshops for several Chambers of Commerce (River City, South Sacramento, and Sacramento Black).
Facilitated business workshops for Black Advocates in State Service.
Facilitated workshops for annual Biz-Tec conference and the California Black Business Expo.
Author of “Seize the Opportunity”, "The Manual", and “Jobseeker No More”.
Committee member of council to bring an online Community Services website to Sacramento.
Organized the first Foster Youth - Chamber of Commerce Business Mixer.
Instructed and assisted youth in opening two candy and snack shops at their schools.
Organized and Co-Facilitated “How to Do Business with Local Utilities” with SMUD and PG&E.
Committee member of SMUD’s CAP Board meetings to determine needs of business community.
Consulted hundreds of clients with small business development advice.
Assisted with marketing of the “Taste of the Nation” hunger relief annual event.
Recipient of Community Service award presented by California Black Chamber of Commerce.