Vice President of Talent


The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) is seeking a seasoned leader to join them as they work to bring entrepreneurial learning opportunities to young people across the country.  NFTE is a growing organization that will need an experienced Talent professional to provide support to all of their human resources functions as they prepare to grow.

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2012 NFTE Holiday Cards

Spread holiday cheer this season to colleagues, clients, friends and family by sending NFTE holiday cards. Designed by talented NFTE alumni, these cards support the dreams of NFTE graduates.

Thinking of going green during the holidays? Both holiday card designs are also available as e-cards too! Please contact Derek Brown for more details.

September 7, 2012  |  132 comments

NFTE's program offices anticipate helping more than 18,000 students discover entrepreneurship this school year. That's nearly 2,000 additional students compared to last school year.

The South Florida program office, in 2011-2012, reached the most students overall, while the NY Metro program office brought NFTE to the most schools. The chart below shows the number of schools where NFTE is at work and the number of students who completed the program.

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September 4, 2012  |  0 comments

School bells are ringing, and NFTE is ready to help more young people develop an entrepreneurial mindset. This school year, two new members of NFTE’s New York Metro program office, Kate Materese and Carlos Mendoza, will blog about working with NFTE students and learning the NFTE way. Today, meet Carlos:

Hi, my name is Carlos Mendoza and I am excited to be part of the NFTE family!  Prior to joining NFTE, I was a member of City Year New York from 2008-2012, where I had the opportunity to manage and coach diverse teams of AmeriCorps members in two Queens public middle schools—IS 126 and IS 204—around their work to improve their students’ attendance, behavior, and performance in English and math.

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August 27, 2012  |  80 comments

How can a college degree statistically improve your odds of finding a job? Look at this job growth data for people with a high school diploma, some college, or bachelor’s degree via Whitney Tilson.

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August 8, 2012  |  332 comments

Congratulations to this year's Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2012 Alumni Fund Scholarship Recipients! Ernst & Young generously supports these young NFTE graduates, and NFTE is sincerely grateful. Some of this year's scholarship recipients have dreams of becoming entrepreneurs, investors and community leaders. Discover the schools they are attending and where they took the NFTE program.

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August 3, 2012  |  0 comments

Where are new jobs coming from? NFTE supporter Ernst & Young knows: Entrepreneurs are driving 30% job growth at the more than 600 companies represented by E&Y’s 2012 US Entrepreneur Of The Year® program. That compares to negative overall U.S. job growth. Revenue growth is even greater at 48% compared to an American average of 5.6%.

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