September Business Workshops

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It’s back to school season, are you ready to learn? Gain the knowledge you need to launch a business or learn new skills to advance your current one with help from the Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center. Start this school year off right and register now to learn from the One Stop Shop about topics varying from starting a business, social media, and more!

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August Business Workshops

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Are you prepared to kickstart a new business or expand your current one? Connect with Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center experts and get advice on small business loans, start-ups, and more. Register today for one of our August workshops and learn from the One Stop Shop’s business advisors as they provide the help you’ll need to take your career and business to the next level.

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July Business Workshops

Summer is a great time to focus on specific areas that can move your business forward. Whether you’re planning to launch a new business or advance your current one, the Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center can help. Learn the skills necessary to take your career and business to the next level at little-to-no cost. Make the most of your summer and register now to learn from the One Stop Shop about topics such as starting a business, understanding cash flow, and more!

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Stage Nature Center – An Oasis of Wildness

WILDER SIDE OF OAKLAND COUNTY

“The wild requires that we learn the terrain, nod to all the plants and animal and birds, ford the streams and cross the ridges, and tell a good story when we get back home.” That sentence comes from The Practice of the Wild, a captivating book of essays by Gary Snyder that shares his thoughts on wildlife, wilderness and the world. It often came to mind on major nature-embracing adventures such as the ascent of Mount Kilimanjaro, a week of backpacking on the Appalachian Trail, or a month on South Manitou Island. Last Sunday morning it came to mind in a place I would never have expected: the City of Troy, the 11th largest city in Michigan by population and the largest city in Oakland County, a region I equate with office buildings, upscale shopping plazas, landscapes of flatness and the constant din of traffic. Continue reading