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washington postThe Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP) was recently profiled in The Washington Post:

Case study: How can prison inmates prepare for success?

In 2004, the nonprofit organization Prison Entrepreneurship Program in Texas pioneered a program to connect executives, MBA students and politicians with convicted felons to redirect them into legitimate enterprises. The entrepreneurship boot camp and reentry program have achieved impressive results. Three-year recidivism rates in Texas hover around 25 percent, but have dropped to 5 percent for graduates of the program.

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PEP was also mentioned by Right on Crime in one of their recent articles, and was cited in a recent Wall Street Journal article.

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