- California Association for Microenterprise Opportunities
- Gazarian Real Estate Center
- Institute for Family Business
- International Business Program
- San Joaquin Valley Survey of Business Conditions
CAMEO selected UBC to be part of their USDA funded RCDI program “Capacity Building Program for Rural California Microenterprise Development." The program provides UBC staff with free training and technical assistance in all aspects of microenterprise development. The goal of this program is to increase the level of microenterprise development services UBC has been delivering to rural areas of West Fresno County.Website For information call UBC staff at (559) 278-2352
The Gazarian Real Estate Center is housed at the UBC. The Gazarian Center’s goal is to support the Craig School’s Real Estate and Urban Land Economics option for students as well as the expansion of research by faculty and graduate students. The Gazarian Center also provides educational opportunities, conferences, seminars and workshops for real estate and land use professionals.
For more information please contact J. Andrew Hansz, Ph.D, CFA at (559) 325-GREC (4732) or via e-mail at:email@example.com. You can also visit the program web site Here
The Institute for Family Business’s mission is to provide a forum for education, resources, and community network directed to the unique needs of the family owned and closely held partnerships in the Central California area with the intent of improving and helping in the success of families and their businesses. IFB offers:
- In-depth programs and seminars featuring renowned speakers, addressing topics affecting your business and related family issues.
- Courses specifically designed to help your family-owned business become more successful.
- Community involvement in the large network of family businesses and service providers in a non-commercial atmosphere.
- Quarterly newsletters and a comprehensive web site designed to keep you up-to-date on issues and events.
- An annual awards luncheon recognizing family-owned business achievements.
For further information contact George Vozikis at (559) 278-5662 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can visit the IFB web site at www.cvifb.org.
The UBC and the International Business Programs (IBP) at the Craig School of Business collaborate on a variety of projects that benefit students and businesses interested in global business. Currently Project GLOBE funded by the Department of Education's Title VI B grant, Business and International Education Program offers students with an opportunity to study abroad and complete an Internship. The grant also provides opportunities for business to work with MBA students on specific projects related to international business.
For information call Dr. Ali Peyvandi at (559) 278-4653 or email email@example.com. You can visit the IFB web site at www.fresnostate.edu/craig/international/index.html