Explore Our Programs
Are you interested in starting or growing a business? Inmates to Entrepreneurs offers online resources, correctional facility workshops, and city-based events to help you get started.
Through our programs you will learn things such as:
- What kind of business do I start?
- How do I get my first customer?
- How do I market and/or generate sales for my business?
- How do I service customers well to grow my business?
- How do I overcome the fears or unknowns of starting a business?
View our programs below to find one that meets your needs on your entrepreneur journey. Can’t find what you are looking for? Contact Us!
What People Are Saying
Before Inmates to Entrepreneurs, the only experience I had with business came from what I learned from drug dealers. All I knew was how to purchase what I needed to make my product then make a profit off of it. With guidance from the instructors and the facilitator, I began to think more strategically and gained an awareness of how to properly invest my time, money and resources. I have changed my behavior and mindset to match the future I am striving for. I have hired a letterer to work on my comics with me and have since decided to form Blank Komix as an LLC, legally. What began as a criminal enterprise is now able to blossom into a legit business that is a service to the global community.View Programs
I went into the course hoping to pick up a nugget to help my small business. During the course, based on the experiences and stories shared by the instructors I was inspired to scale up my vision of my business and be bold enough to go after the business that I truly want to have. I am re evaluating my business model and I am super sizing my plan so that I can impact more lives than just mine. For that I am grateful.View Programs
This was an amazing class from A-Z! Taught by successful people who relate to all of your possible circumstances, right here in the real world! I started alone and ended up with a room full of formerly incarcerated entrepreneurs!View Programs