"We are not so much in the business of creating entrepreneurs as leveraging their skills," said Catherine Rohr, founder of the Prison Entrepreneurship Program, a nonprofit organization based in Houston. "After all, it was their entrepreneurial skills that landed them in prison."
Friday, November 03, 2006
These inmates are all business
Here's an article from the Washington Post about a neat Texas re-entry program encouraging ex-felons to start businesses when they get out ("As release nears, these inmates are all business," Nov. 3). The theory behind the program makes sense to me:
Posted by Gritsforbreakfast at 4:34 PM