Wherever You Are in Your Business Venture, Our Educational Courses and Programs Can Help You Grow & Profit

Providing Women With the Knowledge, Training & Tools to Succeed in Business

At the Women’s Center for Entrepreneurship our primary purpose is to elevate women in business to achieve higher levels of success. As a not-for-profit-organization our mission is to help in the establishment, operation and profitability of women-owned businesses by offering an array of vital business education and financial programs – while also providing the high energy, support and fellowship of like-minded professionals with whom you can share your experiences and celebrate your successes.

That’s the Strength, Beauty & Purpose of the WCEC

As New Jersey’s premier advocate for women entrepreneurs, we can help you position your business for greater success with educational programs, consulting opportunities, networking resources and entrepreneurial training – specifically tailored to each level in the growth & development of your business.

Choose the Program that’s Right for You!

Becoming an Entrepreneur


to Launch 

An on going, a la carte schedule of classes covering a wide range of specific skill sets and business topics, taught by subject matter experts, designed to guide you through the start up process.

Business Masters Class


A 10 week course designed specifically for established business-owners who, while generating income, are finding it challenging to grow and need critical educational tools to scale to the next level.

Accelerate Growth

A 12 month program designed for established, profitable businesses who seek sustainability and next-level growth. The unique, facilitated peer advisory format allows you to learn, share and customize your growth plan based on the needs of your business.

Women’s Center for Entrepreneurship

311 Main Street

Chatham, NJ 07928

Hours: Mon-Fri 8:45a – 4:45p

Phone: 973-507-9700

Email: info@wcecnj.org

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Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.