“How are you making it?” This was the question posed to me by a colleague and nonprofit leader during COVID. My reply was simple, “I’m looking to grow and expand our [Entrenuity’s] reach.” My colleague went on to explain that much of his programming revenue was beginning to slow down. Programs such...Read Story
Due to Covid related health concerns and city and state restrictions, the event celebrating the launch of Mox.E Coworking has been rescheduled as a virtual event for Thursday, January 21st, 2021 at 7:00 pm.Read Story
Overflow Coffee is just weeks away from moving into our new home! New equipment is waiting to be installed. A new menu is being developed. New merchandise is waiting to be displayed–mugs, tumblers, t-shirts and stickers. And our new website is also being built. One thing that's going to stay the same, however, is the excellent, handcrafted coffee you've come to expect ... from five of our returning baristas! We're so excited to have most of our team returning under Kari Pendleton's leadership to offer you the excellent product and service you counted on before. We can't wait to introduce you to our new space and make new memories with both old and new friends!Read Story
Entrenuity Summer Business Camp
Signiﬁcant Insights with Entrenuity Founder Brian Jenkins
Brian Jenkins, founder of the non-profit Entrenuity and the for-profit Starting Up Now talks about his background, and the challenges facing the black community in the conclusion of this four-part series for Black History Month. He also discusses why he founded his ministry Entrenuity, which teaches urban youth foundational principals of entrepreneurship based on biblical principles.