Looking back at two years of teaching journalism entrepreneurs, the lesson that surfaces is this: They crave a connection to others like them. They also need money -- earned or given. They want case studies, for ideas and guidance. They seek access to technology experts and marketing pros. But more than that, they need to know they aren't alone. A support network exists. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation provides tremendous resources for journalism entrepreneurs, as do several other foundations, universities and academics. Successful journalism entrepreneurs are generous with their time, sharing lessons at conferences and workshops. Small Business Development Centers, universities and other community resources provide mentorship and access to experts locally. Schools can help journalism entrepreneurs succeed, and so can programs in entrepreneurial journalism at universities across the US. Community resources for small businesses -- workshops, mentoring programs, accelerators and incubators for entrepreneurs of all sorts -- help, as well.