TRISTATE MINORITY SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
The TMSDC works to build business partnerships between minority businesses (suppliers) and major corporations (purchasers). We are affiliated with the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) which has a network of more than 15,000 certified minority businesses, 3,500 major corporations, and 39 regional councils nationwide.
TENNESSEE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTERS
The TSBDC is here to serve you, our small business clients, in ways you can only imagine. If you have a business problem, we are most certain that we also have the right solution for you.
THE DIVISION OF MINORITY AND SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE
Metro Government is committed to assisting in the development of Minority, Service Disabled Veteran, Small, & Women Owned Businesses in Davidson County. We believe that the role of these businesses is very important to the Nashville Community and have developed this site as a resource to assist in their growth in development. Included are points of interest, resources, Information regarding Metro’s programs and other useful website links. We hope you will find this site useful and of value to your business.
Scarritt-Bennett Center is a nonprofit conference, retreat and education center committed to addressing social justice issues through programming that promotes cross-cultural understanding, education and spiritual renewal. The center is located on ten peaceful acres in the heart of Nashville, Tenn. Income from the rental of the center’s historic facilities for meetings, conferences and overnight accommodations supports the center’s efforts to present a variety of programs and events that encourage cultural awareness in Middle Tennessee, including the annual Celebration of Cultures festival and Diversity in Dialogue.
CENTER FOR LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
CLAS is designated a Comprehensive National Resource Center on Latin America by the U.S. Department of Education. While maintaining one of the strongest concentrations of Brazilianists of any university in the United States, the Center’s renowned faculty also has particular strengths in Mesoamerican anthropology and archaeology, the study of democracy building and economic development, Latin American literature and languages, and African populations in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Goodwill Industries International Inc. is an American nonprofit 501 organization that provides job training, employment placement services, and other community-based programs for people who have disabilities.
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