“The teacher who is indeed wise does not bid you to enter the house of his wisdom but rather leads you to the threshold of your mind.”


Photo courtesy Johnson County Community College

Photo courtesy Johnson County Community College

*Small Business Resources*

Wisconsin District Office, 310 West Wisconsin Ave. Suite 580W Milwaukee, WI 53203
       Phone: 414-297-3941; Fax:414-297-1377

Are you thinking about starting a new business or have you just started one? The United States Small Business Association has more information to help you get started, grow your business and even help you get financed.  If you are not quite sure that you are ready to start there is more information to help you figure out the steps you should take.
 Check out the website at or to get more information.

*CESA 7 (Cooperative Educational Service Agency)*

For more information, please call (920) 492-5960 or http://visit



*Literacy Green Bay*

424 S. Monroe Ave., Green Bay, WI 54301

Literacy Green Bay offers programs to help adults and families acquire the reading, writing, math, English language, computer and workforce skills they need to function effectively as workers and community members.

Fore more information, please call (920) 435-2474 or visit



*Partners in Education*

300 N. Broadway St., Green Bay, WI 54303

Partners in Education (PIE), established in 1992 and coordinated by the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, provides a link among businesses, educators and community organizations. Its objective is to assist all students in developing the skills necessary for successful transition from school to an eventual career involving lifelong learning.

Partners in Education is the program such efforts as the Golden Apple Awards, Youth Apprenticeship program and many career exploration and experience programs.

For more information, please call (920) 437-8704 or visit



*Phuture Phoenix Program*

2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311

The Phuture Phoenix program works to encourage at-risk students, starting at the fifth-grade level, to complete high school and attend college, thus boosting the percentage of NE Wisconsin graduates who continue onto college.

The program provides positive role models for at-risk students and allows UW-Green Bay students the opportunity to perform community service.

For more information, please call (920) 465-5170 or visit

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