Business, Finance, Career & Legal Resources
The Yuma County Library has partnered with local economic development centers and Arizona State University Entrepreneurship Outreach Network to create a collaborative work space at the Yuma County Main Library. The ‘Coworking Oasis’ hosts a variety of entrepreneurship, start-up, and small business programs for the public. Programs will be provided in the Coworking Oasis room and 2nd floor classroom depending on participant group size.
The Coworking Oasis is free and open to the public for start-up and business related activities. The space cannot be reserved by the public, and there is no time limit to use the space. If, however, there is a scheduled program on the room calendar, that is the only time the space is reserved for business programming. The area is equipped with a dedicated Wi-Fi connection with a password, a mobile dry erase board, a collaborative computer/media station, and access to library resources. If you would like to use any of the equipment found in the room please ask a library staff member for assistance.
Welcome to Yuma’s first coworking space for aspiring entrepreneurs!
Business, Finance & Legal Resources
AZ Guide to Grants Online, opens a new window
(Arizona Grant and Foundation Database)
Data Axle, opens a new window
(Business and Consumer Resource Information)
Gale Legal Forms , opens a new window
(Print Ready Arizona Legal Forms)
LearningExpress Library, opens a new window
(Academic skill-building, test prep and career-related resources)
Morningstar Investment Research Center, opens a new window
(Investment data, reports, and portfolio management tools)
Safety Soft Training , opens a new window
(Safety and compliance training)
Universal Class, opens a new window
(Online educational service)
Arizona Western College – SBDC Entrepreneurship Center Mentoring
Tuesdays 1:00pm – 3:00pm | Coworking Oasis Room
The AWC SBDC will be on site to provide face-to-face individual and small group evaluation and guidance by counselors with real life business ownership and management experience. If you have an idea and don’t know where to start, mentoring assistance by the SBDC can help you fast-track your plans for startup and growth. Registration is not required.
Business Mentoring Books
Check out some of the business mentoring books available at the Yuma County Library District.
By Appointment – Call (928) 373-6480 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and scheduling with a SCORE member.
SCORE mentors deliver FREE and confidential advice for your business needs. Whether you are a startup or existing business, our mentors will help you achieve your goals. To make an appointment to meet with a SCORE mentor, please send an email to email@example.com or call (928) 373-6480 to set up an appointment. Brochures with information for SCORE are available in the Coworking Oasis.
Business Skills Books
Check out some of the business skills books available at the Yuma County Library District.
Small Business Startup Help (en Español)
Guia paso a paso en como crear su propio negocio.
Small Business Books
Check out the small business and entrepreneurship books available at the Yuma County Library District.
Entrepreneurship/Small Business Counseling
Alternating Wednesdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | Coworking Oasis Room
Drop-in to talk with the business librarian. Ask questions and use resources covering a variety of business topics. Topics are chosen by attendees for each session. The library provides content and tools from a variety of online sources and databases for training.
Check out the entrepreneurship books available at the Yuma County Library District.
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Create a free account that will grant you direct access to everything that is provided by My Career Advisor such as community resources, training and education, career development, assistance with resumes utilizing fill in the blank type boxes, and training on interview techniques.
Job Interviewing Skills Books
Check out some of the job interviewing skills books available at the Yuma County Library District.
Arizona@Work / YPIC
Statewide workforce development network that helps employers of all sizes and types recruit, develop and retain the best employees for their needs. For job seekers throughout the state, we provide services and resources to pursue employment opportunities.
Financial Help Resources
Check out the free finance courses offered by Universal Class.
Looking for law and legal information?
The Yuma County Law Library serves the general public and the local legal community, including judges and attorneys by providing access to the law and legal information. We provide the resources residents need to complete their legal research and work. The Law Library is a research library and does not give legal advice.