The Re-entry from Incarceration through Entrepreneurship Services (RITES) Project was developed to create tools, training sessions, roundtables and collaboration opportunities to assist Returning Citizens in starting and developing business enterprises.
Through Project Restart, individuals with criminal convictions receive a free 10-week personal development, financial education, and entrepreneurship training program, plus explore education and employment options.
Participants will receive mentoring and the opportunity to pitch for micro-grants to be used toward their goals.
You must meet the following criteria to be eligible to participate in Project Restart:
We need mentors to provide ongoing support to program participants via regular meetings and calls to ensure the success of program participants.
We invite partnerships with organizations that offer employment opportunities, employment training & certification programs.
In additional to financial donations, we welcome in-kind donations of: food, computers, office supplies, software, professional clothing, print & marketing services, technology support and transportation services.
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