OWBO 2023 Minority Serving Institutions Wave II

The purpose of this FOA is to provide funding for up to fifteen (15) private, non-profit organizations that will provide entrepreneurial development services to women, with an emphasis on socially and economically disadvantaged entrepreneurs in locations that are outside of the geographical areas of

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existing WBCs.

Eligible applicants must be private, non-profit organizations with 501(c) tax exempt status from the U. S. Treasury’s Internal Revenue Service and must or be affiliated with a Minority Serving Institution.

Eligible applicants include the following institutions of higher education or their affiliates:
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)(as defined in 20 USC §1061), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs)(as defined in 20 USC § 1101a), Tribal Colleges and University (TCUs) (as defined in 20 USC 1059c), Native Hawaiian Serving Institutions (NHSIs)(as defined in 20 USC § 1059d(b)), and Alaska Native Serving Institutions (ANSIs)(as defined in 20 USC § 1059d(b)) of higher learning with existing minority entrepreneurship or related programs.

Additionally, those 501c organizations that serve designated Hubzones are eligible to apply.
Agency: Small Business Administration

Office: Small Business Administration

Estimated Funding: $100,000

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OWBO 2023 Minority Serving Institutions Wave II

Additional Information of Eligibility:
An applicant organization selected to receive Federal funding to deliver WBC services under a grant agreement.

By statute, only private, nonprofit organizations certified under § 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 can be recipient organizations.

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