Learn Away Workshop: Reach Your Full Potential

Tuesday 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

June 16, 2020 – June 16, 2020
Instructor:
Ranelle Crosby
Location:
Treasure Valley Community College, Weese 110
Fees:
$10.00

Do you feel like you are not living up to your full potential?
Do you feel stuck?
Your thinking is the single most important factor to your success!

Come learn how Frame of Mind Coaching Methodology (FOM) can help you master your mind to begin reaching your full potential.
As a leader in her organization, Ranelle has learned that if you truly want to move your people and your organization forward; you must begin with yourself.
Join us as Ranelle shares how self-leadership is the cornerstone of building an exceptional, successful organization. Using techniques acquired when she was Certified in the FOM Methodology; Ranelle will demonstrate through this highly interactive presentation how you can take these tools and apply them directly to your personal situations.

Ranelle Crosby has worked at the Malheur Federal Credit Union since 2015. She has over 25 years of experience in the banking industry that she leverages daily to provide amazing financial services to our community. Ranelle is skilled in customer service, leadership & management, and organizational change. She is certified in the FOM Methodology. Ranelle is highly involved in her community; participating in multiple networking and volunteer activities.

Do you feel like you are not living up to your full potential?
Do you feel stuck?
Your thinking is the single most important factor to your success!
Come learn how Frame of Mind Coaching Methodology (FOM) can help you master your mind to begin reaching your full potential.
As a leader in her organization, Ranelle has learned that if you truly want to move your people and your organization . . . forward; you must begin with yourself.
Join us as Ranelle shares how self-leadership is the cornerstone of building an exceptional, successful organization. Using techniques acquired when she was Certified in the FOM Methodology; Ranelle will demonstrate through this highly interactive presentation how you can take these tools and apply them directly to your personal situations.
Ranelle Crosby has worked at the Malheur Federal Credit Union since 2015. She has over 25 years of experience in the banking industry that she leverages daily to provide amazing financial services to our community. Ranelle is skilled in customer service, leadership & management, and organizational change. She is certified in the FOM Methodology. Ranelle is highly involved in her community; participating in multiple networking and volunteer activities.
650 College Blvd., Ontario, OR, 97914
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OR CCB Home Study Course OPEN ENROLLMENT

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday –

June 1, 2020 – June 30, 2020
CRN:
BIZC 092 ZA (pick up) or BIZC 092 ZC (to ship)
Instructor:
Location:
Independent Study
Fees:
$225.00

This is an open enrollment class. You will study the materials at your own pace and when you are ready you will return your scores to us and we will validate your information to make you eligible to take the OR CCB Exam.

To Register please stop by our office in the Albertson Building, call 541-881-5772, or email sbdc@tvcc.cc

Oregon CCB-approved training provider

NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and Project Management Oregon Construction Contractors 2nd edition
Chapter and Quick Reference Tabs for your manual
Test study tips
14 Chapter tests plus a Timed Test similar to the state test
Over 450 practice test questions and one timed test
Study log
Highlighter pen
All material is easy to understand and simple to use

This is an open enrollment class. You will study the materials at your own pace and when you are ready you will return your scores to us and we will validate your information to make you eligible to take the OR CCB Exam.
To Register please stop by our office in the Albertson Building, call 541-881-5772, or email sbdc@tvcc.cc
Oregon CCB-approved training provider
NASCLA Contractors Guide to . . . Business, Law and Project Management Oregon Construction Contractors 2nd edition
Chapter and Quick Reference Tabs for your manual
Test study tips
14 Chapter tests plus a Timed Test similar to the state test
Over 450 practice test questions and one timed test
Study log
Highlighter pen
All material is easy to understand and simple to use
650 College Blvd., Ontario, OR, 97914
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Oregon Real Estate Broker Pre-License Training ONLINE Summer 2020

Thursday 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

June 25, 2020 – August 29, 2020
CRN:
RE 090-OA
Instructor:
Provided by Central Oregon Community College
Location:
Online
Fees:
$695.00

** This class is entirely online so there is no need to worry about being in a classroom should the college be closed.**

This accelerated course prepares entrepreneurs and small business owners to qualify for the Oregon Real Estate Broker’s License Exam in just 10 weeks.

TVCC has partnered with other Oregon Community Colleges to offer an online classroom.
The class will offer a unique opportunity for remote students as it can be accessed on a personal computer or on Campus. Students will Zoom in to the class during the regular class time from the comfort of home or if the they prefer a structured classroom, students can meet and Zoom in on Campus in a designated classroom.

Schedule Consists of 11 Sessions:
10 Thursday Evening Lectures
1 All-Day Saturday Wrap-Up

Class meets the 150-hour requirement of the Oregon Real Estate Agency (OREA)
http://www.oregon.gov/rea/Pages/index.aspx
This Oregon Real Estate Broker License Training course is approved by OREA.

** This class is entirely online so there is no need to worry about being in a classroom should the college be closed.**
This accelerated course prepares entrepreneurs and small business owners to qualify for the Oregon Real Estate Broker’s License Exam in just 10 weeks.
TVCC has partnered with other Oregon Community Colleges to offer an online classroom.
The class will offer a unique opportunity . . . for remote students as it can be accessed on a personal computer or on Campus. Students will Zoom in to the class during the regular class time from the comfort of home or if the they prefer a structured classroom, students can meet and Zoom in on Campus in a designated classroom.
Schedule Consists of 11 Sessions:
10 Thursday Evening Lectures
1 All-Day Saturday Wrap-Up
Class meets the 150-hour requirement of the Oregon Real Estate Agency (OREA)
http://www.oregon.gov/rea/Pages/index.aspx
This Oregon Real Estate Broker License Training course is approved by OREA.
650 College Blvd., Ontario, OR, 97914
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Kinney & Keele True Value Hardware

93 Year Old Business Receives Help Staying Fresh from the SBDC

Mara Slinker started working in the Kinney & Keele True Value Hardware store at 14 when her dad and his partners ran the shop.

In 2015, her father decided to pass along the business to his children in a succession plan. Slinker and her brother, Randall, purchased the hardware shop and became co-owners alongside their father.

First started in 1926 by two brothers and their brother-in-law, the Ontario hardware store is in the top 10 percent of True Value hardware stores in the world. “Our store is known for its hard to find items and vast product knowledge,” Slinker said.

She and her brother went to the SBDC for assistance with business accounting. The SBDC helped them develop profit and loss statements and project future expenses.

“Our business is 93 years old this year, so we’ve been through a lot,” Slinker said. “It’s nice to have them on hand to ask questions when we need it. They’re always up to date on what’s going on in town and in the business world.”

When officials at the Snake River Correctional Institution told Slinker they wanted to start purchasing paint and other items from the hardware shop, she went to the SBDC for advice. The SBDC told Slinker about the Government Contract Assistance Program and helped the business complete the paperwork to become state certified.

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Ogawa’s Wicked Sushi

Making the leap from chef to business owner with help from the SBDC

Tyler Huston worked at Ogawa’s Wicked Sushi, Burgers And Bowls for five years before he and his parents purchased the Ontario restaurant in 2015.

Previous owner Tommy Ogawa had mentored Tyler in high school. After graduating, Tyler attended Western Culinary School in Portland before returning to Ontario, where Tommy hired him to be a sushi roller. Five years later, Tommy was ready to sell the restaurant on East Idaho Avenue and looked to Tyler and his parents, Connie and Tom.

Tommy referred the Hustons to SBDC, where an adviser helped them explore financing options. The Hustons have attended community trainings on various business topics to help them run the restaurant efficiently.

“They’ve provided ongoing guidance, which has been very valuable to us,” Connie Huston said.

SBDC also helped the restaurant owners write a business plan. In the future, the Hustons would like to expand Ogawa’s catering and possibly purchase a food trailer.

“I would utilize the SBDC for advice in any advancement we would make,” Connie said.

Ogawa’s menu features hamburgers, chicken burgers, steaks, sushi and rice bowls. The restaurant also has a full bar.

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Miller Cabinets

From Fifth-Grade Dream to 10 Years in Business

Herbert Miller knew when he was in the fifth grade he wanted to grow up to be a cabinet maker.

Now, he’s celebrating 10 years of Miller Cabinets being in business.

After apprenticing with a cabinet maker, Herbert went to the SBDC in Ontario in 2007 to get his contracting license so he could launch his own business.

“They’ve almost been more like family than anything,” Herbert said. “They’ve just been an amazing support system.”

The SBDC encouraged Herbert to engrave his logo into his cabinets, put company signage on his truck and start a monthly email newsletter, he said. Herbert still uses a spreadsheet he created with the SBDC’s help to price jobs.

“You can’t really put a value on it,” he said. “It’s amazing.”

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You’ve got the idea and the business, let us help you take it to the next level.