Welcome to TeacherEntrepreneur.com

Our goal is to improve the lives of all teachers. We believe we can improve teacher’s lives and become the world leader in Teacher Entrepreneurship by offering three services to teachers.  

Directory of Teacher Owned Businesses

We will develop a National Directory of Teacher Owned Businesses. If you are a teacher that needs your yard landscaped, house painted, nails done or any of a host of other services, why not hire a teacher owned business and support a colleague.

Learning Resource

We will be a resource for Teachers and Teacher Entrepreneurs who want to learn how to start, operate and grow a business.

Directory of Professional & Financial Services

This directory will provide teachers with a wide variety of contacts to professional and financial service providers. Teachers who are in need of services such as insurance, home and auto loans, real estate, legal and accounting services will have a resource through which they can locate services from professionals who are committed to serving educators.

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Many people are intimidated by the thought of running a business, yet many of the skills utilized by successful business owners are the same skills that teachers use every day to successfully run their classrooms.  Let us show you how you can use skills you already possess to become a successful business owner.



“What an excellent idea! TeacherEntrepreneur.com is a great resource to connect with other education professionals looking to hire or offer services in my area. Whenever possible, my wife and I try to utilize businesses run by teachers for projects we can’t do ourselves. Now we have a place to find those businesses.”

- Dave Stinson


“As an educator for 30 years and an entrepreneur for 19 years, I look forward to meeting and sharing information with other teacher/entrepreneurs.”

- Mark Cockroft

ENHS and owner Fort Wayne Storage, LLC


“What a great opportunity to network with other educators.  It seems like so many people are working against educators right now.  What a great way for educators to be able to work together and support each other.”

- Lindsay Sloan