8 min

Using Entrepreneurship to End Recidivism with Professor John Dobson and Nate Bethancourt Challenge. Change.

    • News

Clark entrepreneurship and innovation professor John Dobson believes entrepreneurship can break the cycle of recidivism. Nate Bethancourt is an example. Nate is taking classes at Clark as part of a new program called Liberal Arts for Returning Citizens. LARC is a tuition-free educational program for formerly incarcerated individuals to become Clark students with a chance to matriculate.
Nate has found his passion in entrepreneurship and runs a small business called Health Ya’Self, which sells freshly made cold-pressed juices. Check out Health Ya’Self on Instagram.
Challenge. Change. is produced by Melissa Hanson and Andrew Hart for Clark University. Find other episodes wherever you listen to podcasts. 

Clark entrepreneurship and innovation professor John Dobson believes entrepreneurship can break the cycle of recidivism. Nate Bethancourt is an example. Nate is taking classes at Clark as part of a new program called Liberal Arts for Returning Citizens. LARC is a tuition-free educational program for formerly incarcerated individuals to become Clark students with a chance to matriculate.
Nate has found his passion in entrepreneurship and runs a small business called Health Ya’Self, which sells freshly made cold-pressed juices. Check out Health Ya’Self on Instagram.
Challenge. Change. is produced by Melissa Hanson and Andrew Hart for Clark University. Find other episodes wherever you listen to podcasts. 

8 min

Top Podcasts In News

The Daily
The New York Times
Pod Save America
Crooked Media
The Megyn Kelly Show
SiriusXM
The Ben Shapiro Show
The Daily Wire
The Tucker Carlson Show
Tucker Carlson Network
The Dan Bongino Show
Cumulus Podcast Network | Dan Bongino