SECOND ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP LAUNCH FOR MINORITY BUSINESS OWNERS IN PITTSBURGH

PITTSBURGH, March 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The CASTUS Fellowship for Minority Business Owners is seeking the next cohort of business leaders in the Pittsburgh area. The goal of the program is to help local minority business owners achieve their goals by providing access to financial resources and business advice.

Last year, Kin of Duncan founder Jazmiere Bates received the CASTUS Fellowship Award consisting of $5,000 grant and a workshop on CASTUS corporate identity. “Visiting CASTUS was not a normal meeting, because it was practical! I really liked putting together sentences that sum up what my company stands for and that I can use for much more than marketing, such as branding , grant applications and web design.

The 2022 cohort of fellows will have access to three workshops focusing on law, finance, marketing, e-commerce, and business strategy led by local experts Frost Brown Todd LLC., Schneider Downs &Co., Inc., The Motherhood Inc., Responsival and CASTUS. One winner will be selected to receive funding through the Fellowship.

Applications open April 1st. Businesses can apply if they are Minority ownedhave an established product or service that they are actively selling and headquartered in the Greater Pittsburgh Area.

To apply for the 2022 scholarship and stay updated with the latest information, visit www.castusglobal.com/castus-fellowship.

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