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Calendar >  Street Vending Workshop at MiraCosta College

Street Vending Workshop at MiraCosta College

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STREET VENDING WORKSHOP

Date: November 29, 2023

Time: 6:00pm

Location: MiraCosta College Community Learning Center, 1831 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92058

Oceanside, CA — November 29, 2023: MainStreet Oceanside (MSO) and MiraCosta College (MCC) are partnering to improve our community’s entrepreneurship knowledge to produce a side hustle business. MCC students and our community will have the opportunity to learn how to effectively operate a business through education and hands-on workshops throughout the year.

The program is intended to support students and new entrepreneurs to gain knowledge about product development, the permitting process, the types of licenses needed, and what steps to take to be a successful business in North San Diego County.

“This partnership is intended to support students and families that are struggling to find a way tocreate a side hustle. We are providing education and hands-on maker workshops to give studentsand families with minimal resources to be successful in this economy,” said Christina Sharp, MiraCosta College Faculty.

Join us on Monday, December 4, at MiraCosta College Community Learning Center to learn what it takes to operate as a street food vendor with proper permits. The workshop will have the following speakers: San Diego County Health Department Supervisor, Rodiesha Rice; Senior Environmental Health Specialist, Diego Velasquez; and City of Oceanside Code Enforcement Officer, Jackie Bickford.

Please register to attend the workshop.

Who should be attending the workshop? Anyone interested in operating food at public events, private events, and special events. Businesses that have struggled to obtain licensing to operate food. Anyone who has a business idea and is willing to learn how to be an entrepreneur.

Gumaro Escarcega, Chief Operations Officer said, “Many of our young or new entrepreneurs struggle to obtain licensing due to barriers our system has created for the safety of the public. Our partnership with MiraCosta College will only open doors to students and individuals who are willing to improve their income.”

The Entrepreneurship Pipeline Program is partnering with downtown businesses to support students and families who are working hard to achieve their goals. The next MCC Maker Pop-Up will be at SpringHill Suites Annual Tree Lighting on Friday, December 1, from 5 – 8 pm.

MainStreet Foundation | 701 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92054
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