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It's for entrepreneurial person who wants to get involved and who thinks they can make a difference.

Is the sentence correct? Who do the word they refer to?

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It's for entrepreneurial person who wants to get involved and who thinks that he can make a difference.

Your can use plural here to make sentence more general, and also with a little change more smaller, for example:

It's for entrepreneurs who want to get involved and think that they can make a difference.
It's for entrepreneurs who want to get involved and think that they could make a difference.
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BTW, "they" is often used to refer to a single person when their gender is not known...