Port of Portland mentor program looks for applicants

 

   The Port of Portland is taking applications for its Mentor-Protégé Program, which helps small businesses overcome barriers it may face when trying to work with a government agency.
   The national program pairs each protégé firm with two mentors for three years, who help the small business develop a strategic plan.
  The Port facilitates monthly team meetings and provides a wide array of free technical assistance during the firms' participation in the program.
Mentor Protege Program
Mentor-Protegé Program
  Services typically provided include:
  • Bookkeeping,
  • Marketing,
  • Estimating,
  • Proposal writing,
  • Bonding assistance,
  • Software,
  • Project management,
  • Human resources,
  • And safety.

To apply, click here.