Resources


Here at the Chamber, we do our best to provide you with many valuable resources. Thus, we have compiled a list of websites that you, as a business-owner, will be interested in. The resources are broken down into four, easy-to-use categories to simplify your search for the correct webpage. Click the links on the right to find the resource you need!

Official Site of the Beaver County Tourism Department

The Tourism Department’s website is every tourists number one stop for all information concerning Beaver County. There are links to places to shop, eat, sleep, and visit… plus much more! When you’re planning your next trip to Beaver County, don’t forget to check out this webpage.

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County Resources

The Official Beaver County Website
Beaver County government.  This is the official site of Beaver County government. It provides links to county government offices, local news, recreation, entertainment, and economic development.For more information: beavercountypa.gov
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Official Site of the Beaver County Tourism Department
Things to do in Beaver CountyThe Tourism Department’s website is every tourists number one stop for all information concerning Beaver County. There are links to places to shop, eat, sleep, and visit… plus much more! When you’re planning your next trip to Beaver County, don’t forget to check out this webpage.For more information, visit www.visitbeavercounty.com
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U.S. Census Bureau (Beaver County Page)
Leading source of quality dataThe Census Bureau serves as the leading source of quality data about the nation’s people and economy. We honor privacy, protect confidentiality, share our expertise globally, and conduct our work openly. We are guided on this mission by our strong and capable workforce, our readiness to innovate, and our abiding commitment to our customers.For more information, visit quickfacts.census.gov
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Beaver County Corporation for Economic Development
Development of Economic ProjectsThe Beaver County Corporation for Economic Development induces or undertakes the development of the industrial sites and structures in strategic locations; operates financing programs; markets the services it offers, as well as those offered by other economic development service providers (whether private, public or non-profit) to local industry. Additionally, CED will induce or undertake other types of economic development projects that will have a significant community impact.For more information, visit www.beavercountyced.org

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B-TEC
CCBC technology centerCCBC is a two-year Associate Degree-granting institution, offering customized training and specialized programs for business and industry. CCBC has launched its technology center, called B-TEC, to provide employee- and student- training necessary for on-the-job versatility. For more about B-TEC, contact Kate Moody at (724) 847 – 7000, ext. 203.For more information, visit local.ccbc.edu/workforce_development
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Housing Opportunities of Beaver County
Non-Profit Counseling AgencyBeaver County’s only non-profit ,counseling agency, was created to help low / moderate income people buy and keep their own homes . Home ownership is the backbone of our economy . It brings neighborhood pride and a sense of belonging. Home ownership helps the tax base of Beaver County, and gives people a feeling of accomplishment.For more information, visit www.hobcinfo.org
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Regional Resources

Small Business Development Center
Consulting Resources Free of ChargeThe SBDC provides information and consulting resources free of charge to entrepreneurs and small businesses of southwestern Pennsylvania. They service Beaver County, and their Web site has links to current events and resources that they provide.For more information, visit www.sbdc.duq.edu
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SCORE: Service Core of Retired Executives
Mentors to aspiring entrepreneursSCORE is a nonprofit association comprised of 12,400 volunteer business counselors throughout the U.S. and its territories. There are 389 SCORE chapters in urban, suburban, and rural communities. SCORE members are trained to serve as counselors, advisors, and mentors to aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners. These services are offered at no fee, as a community service. This site offers contact information for local chapters throughout the U.S.For more information, visit www.scorepittsburgh.com
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Pittsburgh Regional Alliance
Looking to do business, work, live, and play in Beaver County?The Pittsburgh & Region Web site is the most comprehensive source of current and relevant information for anyone who is looking to work, live, play, and do business in the Pittsburgh region. Providing vital information, job services, and important community links, Pittsburgh & Region presents a real taste of Pittsburgh’s unique character of life to visitors from inside and outside the region.Information on the Pittsburgh Regional Alliance’s Business Resource Center can also be accessed through this site.For more information, visit www.alleghenyconference.org
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Southwestern Pennsylvania Area Labor-Management Committee (SPALMC)
Non-Profit promoting regional economic development. The Southwestern Pennsylvania Area Labor-Management Committee (SPALMC) is a private, non-profit organization that is partially funded through state grants. SPALMC serves Beaver, Greene, and Washington counties and is dedicated to promoting regional economic development through labor-management cooperation. Some of SPALMC’s services include adult education and GED preparation.For more information please contact us.
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Innovation Works
Regional Development CompanyInnovation Works is a regional development company whose mission is to increase the new-enterprise success rate in southwestern Pennsylvania by insuring that the highest-potential new technology companies have sufficient access to the right people, expertise, and risk capital. They identify promising, young, high-technology companies and match them with the cash and capabilities they need to succeed.For more information, visit www.innovationworks.org
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State Resources

Official Pennsylvania Website
Looking for something in PA? Look here.This website has an extensive list of links to even more resources. It gives you links concerning business, life, learning, technology, working, visiting, and playing in Pennsylvania. There are even links to events for children. Look around, you’ll find plenty of valuable information.For more information, visit www.pa.gov
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Department of Community and Economic Development
Expand or relocate your business in Pennsylvania. The Team Pennsylvania Web site offers comprehensive information designed to help you expand or relocate your business in Pennsylvania. This site offers valuable economic development contacts, demographics, workforce information, available sites and buildings, and much more.For more information, visit www.teampa.com
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Federal Resources

The United States Government’s Official Web Portal
Government Made EasyThe official U.S. gateway to all government information, is the catalyst for a growing electronic government. Whatever you want or need from the U.S. government, it’s here. You’ll find a rich treasure of online information, services and resources.For more information, visit www.usa.gov
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Small Business Administration (SBA)
Programs and services to help you start, grow and succeedCreated in 1953, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is the only independent agency of the federal government with the sole purpose of assisting small businesses to start, grow, and prosper. Through their extensive network of SBA Regional, Field, and Branch offices and partnerships with public and private organizations, the SBA delivers its services to the public throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Guam. SBA offers assistance to existing or prospective small business owners. Their commitment is to aid, counsel, assist, and protect the interests of small business concerns; to preserve free competitive enterprise; and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation. Look at this site for more Western PA-specific information on the SBA’s services.For more information, visit www.sba.gov

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