Pasos al Éxito
Pasos al Éxito provides financial and entrepreneurial skills and resources to rural Latinos. A two-year microenterprise development program, Pasos al Éxito builds the entrepreneurial capacity of rural Latino community participants in three ways: training in basic personal and business finance, instruction in starting a small microenterprise business, and access to support and resources as participants take their first steps toward success.
Pasos al Éxito Money Smart is being offered in Yamhill County starting April 1. Held on Saturdays in McMinnville, the Money Smart course will help participants improve financial skills and create positive banking relationships. Click here for full details.
Three Pasos al Éxito participants open new businesses. Kut N Beauty Salon, Nueva Imagen Hairstylist, and The Loco Place (a Mexican convenience store with fresh fruit traditional snacks) are holding a grand opening in Redmond. Click here to read more.
Sara Maya, owner of MonteAlban Mexican Restaurant in Astoria, learns more about personal and business finance through the Pasos al Éxito program. Read her story in the Daily Astorian.
Realtor and Pasos al Éxito participant, Daniel Longoni, takes steps to realize dreams. Click here to read the story.