In 2016 after a competitive bid process, Hacker Lab was selected to conduct an Entrepreneurship Feasibility Study on the potential of developing an entrepreneurship center and incubator concept, to be located in City Council District 2. This entrepreneurship center and incubator, if deemed feasible, will be designed with the intention of serving the needs of low to moderate income individuals from underserved communities.

This month, Hacker Lab will be conducting outreach and engagement events in the community – specifically around engaging District 2 residents on the topics of entrepreneurship and technology:

  • October 7 –  bringing an innovation center to Del Paso Heights
  • October 12 – Business In A Day Workshop

Food For Thought – Feeding & Fueling Our Neighborhood. Creating opportunity and Sustainability through Food

Building business, feeding people, and lifting a neighborhood through food and good ol ‘ business hustle.
Learn how to legally cook and sell your food. Learn how to create a backyard farm and community garden. Let’s brainstorm on ideas that will feed the community and lift them up economically. Let’s learn to fish!

Location: The Greater Sacramento Urban League.
Date & Time: October 7th, 2017 at 10:00am – 12:00pm:



Entrepreneurship Town Hall & Workshop: Buiding Economic Prosperity Through Education and Entrepreneurship

Calling out the community to brainstorm and talk about what an entrepreneurship and technical skills center (Makerspace / innovation center) would look like in Del Paso Heights. We have the brains, we just need the tools.

The event will be followed by an entrepreneurship workshop.How to start your hustle today. A workshop for service orientated businesses.

Location: The Greater Sacramento Urban League
Date & Time: October 12th, 2017 at 6:00pm – 8:30pm



Some background

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