EMC News 2 27 17 Prison Entrepreneurship Program and GEMC Chamber

Prison Entrepreneurship Program and GEMC Chamber

Charles Hearn and Chase Myer shared information about the Prison Entrepreneurship Program that has been very successful in preventing prison offenders from re-entering prison. Clients are mentored and provided executive training skills by community professionals that guide them into designing competitive business plans. Programs provide confidence and marketable skills for the convicts to be successful and provide for their families.

Volunteer, mentor, and get involved at www.PEP.org or www.Facebook.com/PrisonEntrepreneurship

Also Rick Hatcher President of the GEMC Chamber gave an overview of past and future events. Mark Linabury, representative from Service Master and Board Director of the GEMC shared information about the 2017 Sawmill festival. Learn more and get involved by going to the website. www.GEMCChamber.com


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