Applications are now being accepted for the Project ReMADE Class of 2016.
The deadline is October 1, 2015 but we are accepting applications on a rolling basis. More information, including the application, here!
To apply, fill out this form!
Project ReMADE is an entrepreneurship training program for formerly incarcerated people. The 12-week program teaches basic business skills to aspiring entrepreneurs and helps them build the social capital necessary to launch and sustain their businesses.
ReMADE entrepreneurs attend bi-weekly classes on topics ranging from accounting and marketing to negotiations and public speaking. Classes are taught by students from Stanford Law School and Stanford Graduate School of Business. In between every class, ReMADE entrepreneurs meet with their mentor teams, who help them develop their individualized written business plans. Mentor teams comprise one Stanford Law School student, one Stanford Graduate School of Business student, and one Silicon Valley professional.
The goal of Project ReMADE is to help women and men returning home from prison or jail successfully reenter by offering entrepreneurship training, leadership development, and mentoring support. Project ReMADE trains entrepreneurs in the basics of starting and operating a successful business. The practical skills gained in the classes can also help graduates find and keep a job, earn promotions, and increase total income.
For more information about Project ReMADE, visit their website at http://projectremade.org!