Halifax-based Tribe Network is looking for applicants to its START accelerator for Black founders running early-stage companies.

The 10-week program promises to teach founders core entrepreneurship skills like how to access funding, as well as identify and solve customer needs. The curriculum also includes a session on lean business plans. Participants also have access to mentorship and one-on-one coaching.

The accelerator will run from June until September, and graduates will have the chance to join Tribe’s BUILD program for later-stage companies, as well as apply for the organization’s Start Small Grant, which offers entrepreneurs up to $1,000 of funding.

“Gain access to resources that help build confidence and skills needed to elevate business success,” Tribe tells applicants. “This program is open to all Black entrepreneurs in Atlantic Canada with a focus on knowledge sharing and networking for business growth.”

You can learn more here.