They will assist in entering check requests and sales to the accounting system. This position reports to the Accounting Manager. The specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
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This year, NFTE NY Metro will deliver entrepreneurship education to over 3,000 students in 35 public schools located in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens. NFTE NY Metro will also support an active corps of 47 Certified Entrepreneurship Teachers (CETs) who will teach NFTE’s flagship Entrepreneurship program (grades 9-12) or the new Exploring Careers program for students in grades 6-9. Our current volunteer base consists of more than 100 entrepreneurs and business professionals with different backgrounds and expertise.
The Director of Development is responsible for assisting the NFTE Program Office Executive Director in the development and implementation of long- and short-term fundraising strategies to help the organization meet its annual goals.
Primary fundraising activities include researching individual, foundation and corporate prospects, writing proposals, soliciting sponsors, submitting financial reports, planning and executing small and large fundraising events and maintaining a timely calendar. The Development Director will work closely with members of the program office and headquarters development team.
With 31 schools and approximately 80 classes of NFTE being offered this school year in Chicago, we are confident that we can find a NFTE class that will fit your schedule and volunteer goals. Our active volunteer base provides valuable experiences, personal stories, and business mentors for our students. Class visits from local businesswomen and businessmen allow students to connect their classroom learning to the real world around them. By lending your talent and time, you can present new perspectives on the NFTE curriculum to students.
The NFTE Greater Los Angeles Program Office is seeking a Program Manager to support entrepreneurship education programs for young people from low-income communities.
In Los Angeles, NFTE currently works with 42 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.