Join CAMEO

Become part of the voice for micro business in California! Become a member today.

Join us to work together and help California’s smallest businesses succeed. CAMEO works to ensure that California’s entrepreneurs have access to the training, services and capital they need for success.

CAMEO Member Benefits Include:

BenefitsGeneral Membership*Advocacy Champion Advocacy Leadership Circle
Advocacy representation for the Micro-Enterprise field on federal, state, and local levels checkmark icon yellowcheckmark icon redcheckmark icon jade green
CAMEO Academy: capacity building and professional development checkmark icon yellowcheckmark icon redcheckmark icon jade green
Networking, referral, and resource exchange opportunities checkmark icon yellowcheckmark icon redcheckmark icon jade green
Information on all things micro: funding, research, resources, and partnerships checkmark icon yellowcheckmark icon redcheckmark icon jade green
Access to “intermediary” support through re-granting and other program-related activities checkmark icon yellowcheckmark icon redcheckmark icon jade green
Referrals to your business or organizationcheckmark icon yellowcheckmark icon redcheckmark icon jade green
Access to individualized training and consultation services checkmark icon yellowcheckmark icon redcheckmark icon jade green
Free postings on CAMEO’s event calendar and job pagecheckmark icon yellowcheckmark icon redcheckmark icon jade green
Recognition on social media for advocacy support checkmark icon redcheckmark icon jade green
Recognition at CAMEO events for advocacy support checkmark icon redcheckmark icon jade green
Tickets to Advocacy Daycheckmark icon red
(2 tickets)
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(5 tickets)
Guest blog postcheckmark icon jade green

*General Membership levels:

  • Consultant
  • Nonprofit with budget <$500K
  • Nonprofit with budget >$500K
  • SBDC Lead Center (includes member centers)
  • CAMEO Network Champion

CAMEO Members include:

  • Micro Enterprise Development Organizations (MDO’s)
  • Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI’s)
  • Traditional Financial Institutions
  • Economic Development Organizations
  • Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs)
  • Local and State Government Agencies
  • Revolving Loan Funds
  • Business Associations and Chambers of Commerce
  • Community Development Corporations (CDCs)
  • Women’s Business Centers
  • Experienced Consultants and Practitioners