Yesterday, Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship CEO Amy Rosen was named as a member of the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans by President Barack Obama.
In Los Angeles, NFTE currently works with 30 teachers and youth development professionals to reach over 2,000 middle school and high school students with our in-depth, award-winning entrepreneurship program. Students participate in a 65 hour minimum NFTE curriculum (led by a NFTE Teacher and overseen by NFTE Program Staff) either as a class during the school day, as an out-of-school-time program, or as a summer immersion program.
An evening celebrating entrepreneurship in Los Angeles!
When: November 14, 2013 at 7pm - 10pm
Where: Cross Campus, 820 Broadway in Santa Monica
Join us for Carnival Night, Saturday August 3rd at 6pm! Presented by The Dining Tent, to benefit The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, Greater Los Angeles
An elite guest list. An inspirational evening full of surprises. And a location so secret there won't even be a trace of it Sunday morning.
Come enjoy this re-imagining of the traditional carnival complete with games, a gypsy band and artisanal carny food! Best of all, the evening's proceeds go to benefit the young entrepreneurs of NFTE Greater Los Angeles.