Education & Training

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Bonding Education Program:

The Bonding Education Program's goals are to educate small contractors about industry challenges and to assist participants in their efforts to obtain surety bonds or increase their bonding capacity. Participants will interact with service providers and bond producers, and learn how to conduct business with local, state and federal transportation agencies.

The “Basics” Program:

The AGC/Bexar County “Basics” of Construction Training Program is designed to assist small business contractors in understanding the basic elements of running a commercial construction business.

Click on the link below to read more about the program.

Presented by AGC San Antonio Chapter and Bexar County the Basics program is a ten-session educational program designed to assist small, minority, and women-owned construction businesses. The sessions included elements of running a successful construction business, project scheduling, financial management and understanding contracts. Liens, estimating, project management, safety, business development, insurance and bonds were other important topics that were covered.

If you would like more information on this or other educational programs offered by the AGC, call 210-349-4921.

Mentor Protégé Program:

The Mentor Protégé relationship is a two year commitment where the protégé mentors, AGC, and the County Mentor Protégé Program Manager work together to help develop the protégé firm's marketing, operations and financial performance strategy.

Click on the link below to read more about the program.

Contact Us

  1. Bexar  County Small Minority Women-Owned Business Enterprise Program Office
    101 W. Nueva, Suite 112                               San Antonio, Texas 78204
    Office:  (210) 335-2478                                 Facsimile:  (210) 335-0673
    Cell:   (210) 288-7571                                   Email:  [email protected]


    Bexar County, as a recipient of Federal financial assistance and under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes, ensures that no person shall on the grounds of race, religion (where the primary objective of the financial assistance is to provide employment per 42 U.S.S. § 2000d-3), color, national origin, sex, age or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any Department programs or activities.