Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE)

NFTE's mission is to provide programs that inspire young people from low-income communities to stay in school, to recognize business opportunities and to plan for successful futures.
Help NYC Students Become Tomorrow's Tech CEOs
 
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NYC Generation Tech (GenTech) is a tech-entrepreneurship program that provides hands-on learning for New York City high school students interested in transforming the world through tech-based innovations. Funding for this project will sponsor 50 students in GenTech as they receive training in computer coding, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Students will then create their own mobile app using these skills and develop a business plan to pitch their app. project reportread updates from the field
Fund The Next Wave of Tech Entrepreneurs in NYC
 
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NYC Generation Tech (GenTech) is a tech-entrepreneurship program that provides hands-on learning experiences and mentorship opportunities for New York City high school students interested in transforming the world through tech-based innovations. Funding for this project will sponsor 30 students in GenTech as they receive training in computer coding, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and eventually create an app to make a business out of. project reportread updates from the field
Bring Entrepreneurship Classes to 8 D.C. Schools
 
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NFTE D.C. Region will launch it's program at eight new schools around the District of Columbia, bringing entrepreneurship education to 400 additional students. project reportread updates from the field
Kickstart a Business Education Camp for D.C. Youth
 
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For many students in under-resourced schools, NFTE's course can lead to new opportunities and create their own business. NFTE D.C. Region plans to run a Business Camp for 25 students so they can learn the 21st Century Skills necessary to compete in the global economy. project reportread updates from the field