Helping people with criminal backgrounds start businesses

By providing courses, online resources, and mentor support

Classroom of future entrepreneurs.

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Inmates to Entrepreneurs Expands to Charlotte

The businesses started by Inmates to Entrepreneurs graduates provide services that include landscaping, painting, commercial and residential cleaning, mobile car detailing, catering, event planning, handyman services and an array of other things. As we always say, most people don’t ask if you have a criminal record before they allow you to mow their lawn. Read […]

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Teaching Entrepreneurship, Coding Skills May Be the Way Out Of the Prison Cycle

“The prison problem now, as a social problem, is substantially worse than it was in the ’60’s. There’s more people in prison now, there’s more of the population in prison, and because of society’s structure, there’s more discrimination against these people,” explains Brian Hamilton, founder of the North Carolina-based social justice organization Inmates to Entrepreneurs. […]

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Inmates to Entrepreneurs course kicks off in New Hanover County

Around 25 people with criminal records showed up at the first Inmates to Entrepreneurs class in New Hanover County. Held in the NHC Library on Chestnut Street, the class was the first in an eight-week course aimed at helping former inmates start businesses. Read more

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