Entrepreneurship for all means that everyone deserves a second chance and the opportunity to become a successful business owner. If someone comes to your door and asks you if you would like your grass cut, you probably would not ask them if they have a criminal background. But, if you own a lawn-cutting business and are making a new hire, you will probably conduct a background check on the applicants. If an applicant’s background check reveals a criminal charge or previous incarceration, you will likely reject him or her as a candidate for the job. The extreme difficulty for those with a criminal background to find employment is expected to persist. We want to resolve this issue by helping people start, run, and grow their own businesses.