18. September 2019 - 18:00 till 19:30
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Information Session - San Francisco Freelancer Program | Bayview / Linda Brooks-Burton Branch Library | Wednesday, 18. September 2019

Are you self-employed as an independent contractor, freelancer, or artist in San Francisco? Get the support you need to grow your business.  
Join us for an Information Session to learn more about the San Francisco Freelancer Program and its eligibility requirements. Take a deeper look at your business model as a self-employed person and identify how you can refine your service offering. And, network and meet other freelancers in your community.
Information Session Agenda
6:00pm – 6:30pm             Networking 6:30pm – 6:40pm             Overview of San Francisco Freelancer Program 6:40pm – 7:30pm             Business Models for Freelancers
About the San Francisco Freelancer Program
The San Francisco Freelancer Program is a collaboration between the City and County of San Francisco’s Office of Economic & Workforce Development, Uptima Business Bootcamp, and L.C. & Lillie *** Haven of Hope to support self-employed individuals to maximize their economic potential and strengthen their connection to others in the business community.
Eligible San Francisco entrepreneurs will receive free enrollment to Uptima’s Freelancer Course. This course guides you through a hands-on process of defining your service offering, developing client relationships, and establishing the foundation to thrive as a self-employed person.
About the Partners
City and County of San Francisco’s Office of Economic & Workforce Development supports San Francisco's ongoing economic vitality by strengthening its neighborhoods, businesses, commercial corridors, and workforce. Learn more: .
Uptima Business Bootcamp is a member-owned business accelerator dedicated to providing entrepreneurs with greater access to hands-on education, resources, and community to create thriving businesses. Learn more: .
L.C. & Lillie *** Haven of Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation created to offer all individuals, regardless of their economic or social status, the opportunity and support to cope, heal, and grow with dignity. Learn more: .