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5/12/2009--Introduced. Job Creation Through Entrepreneurship Act of 2009 - Amends the Small Business Act to direct the Administrator of the Small Business Administration (SBA) to establish a Veterans Business Centers program to provide entrepreneurial training and counseling to veterans. Provides small business grants through veterans business centers for: (1) securing capital; (2) procurement assistance; and (3) service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses. Authorizes a biennial veterans entrepreneurial development summit. Directs the Administrator to contract with third-party vendors for entrepreneurial distance learning content and the development of communications technology that can distribute such content to potential and existing entrepreneurs throughout the United States. Establishes within the SBA: (1) an Associate Administrator for Native American Affairs; and (2) the Office of Native American Affairs. Requires the Office to develop and increase Native American entrepreneurship, business training, and access to capital and federal small business contracts. Authorizes a Tribal Business Information Centers program. Allows SBA small business development center (SBDC) participants to apply for an additional grant to assist with outreach, development, and enhancement on Indian lands of small business startups and expansions owned by Indian tribe members, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. Revises the SBA's women's business center program to: (1) direct the Administrator to annually publish the amount of grants made to each center, and to establish a process to communicate with such centers regarding program administrative matters; (2) authorize the Administrator to provide financial assistance to private nonprofit organizations to conduct projects for the benefit of small businesses owned and controlled by women; (3) direct the Administrator to establish women's business centers' performance measures; and (4) require National Women's Business Council studies to include the impact of the 2008-2009 financial markets crisis on women-owned businesses, as well as the use of SBA programs by such businesses. Revises the SBA's Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) program to: (1) direct the Administrator to ensure that SCORE develops a plan to increase the proportion of mentors from socially or economically disadvantaged backgrounds, establishes benchmarks for evaluating its performance and the performance of its volunteers, and establishes a mentoring program of one-on-one advice to small businesses from qualified counselors; (2) change the name of the program to SCORE; and (3) authorize appropriations for FY2010-FY2011. Directs the Administrator to: (1) develop a plan for using the SBA's entrepreneurial development programs as a catalyst for job creation for FY2009-FY2010; (2) develop and implement a data collection process for all entrepreneurial development programs; (3) report to Congress on opportunities to foster coordination, limit duplication, and improve program delivery; (4) establish a database of entrepreneurial development services; (5) designate in each district office an entrepreneurial development community specialist; and (6) publish a design for a web-based portal to provide comprehensive information on SBA entrepreneurial development programs. Revises the SBDC program to direct the Administrator to establish a grant program for: (1) increasing small business access to credit and capital; (2) small business contract procurement training and assistance; (3) green entrepreneurs training; and (4) small business development centers for small business helplines in each U.S. state and territory, as well as related small business advice and resources assistance. Authorizes appropriations for FY2010-FY2011.