RIDE 2023: From Conviction to Redemption
The Entrepreneurial Development & Assistance Center (EDAC) has played a major role in introducing entrepreneurship across campus and within the community for over 19 years. EDAC was established to offer entrepreneurship education to the Morgan community while providing resources to help individuals within the community start, operate and scale a business.
Morgan State University through the EDAC received a grant from the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Entrepreneurship Education Program for Formerly Incarcerated Persons. MBDA is committed to leveraging its capabilities to help increase opportunities that formerly incarcerated minority persons face in trying to reenter the workforce. The Entrepreneurship Education Program for Formerly Incarcerated Persons will focus on funding innovative projects to support and equip formerly incarcerated individuals with the skills, resources, and networks to start their own businesses.
Maryland Reentry Resource Center is committed to finding strategies that create positive outcomes for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals. Our services and support are critical for reducing future crimes. We strive to use our experience, expertise, and resources to empower incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals with the skills, tools, and knowledge they need to become thriving and productive citizens in the communities to which they return by providing the following services.
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Earl Young, Recipient of Howard Wicker Entrepreneurial Spirit Award
Sammy Ricks, Recipient of the Howard Wicker Entrepreneurial Spirit Award
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