Project ReMADE’s mission is to provide formerly incarcerated people with the skills necessary to be successful self-starters and, through community building, urge the business community to support justice-impacted individuals for the financial prosperity of the community. Project ReMADE offers a 12-week program which teachings participants the foundations of business and assists them in building capital for their endeavors. Classes occur twice each week and focus on a variety of topics, such as accounting and marketing. Course instructors are students in the Stanford Law School and/or Stanford Graduate School of Business. Project ReMADE also pairs participants with mentors to develop their individual business plans. Individuals can contact staff through the Stanford Law School for information or to begin intake.