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.
With the support of committed volunteers, the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) Baltimore is able to help young people connect their classroom learning to real-world experiences. Volunteers offer NFTE students and alumni new perspectives on the NFTE curriculum and their efforts have a direct, lasting influence on the personal and professional successes of our young people.
Welcome to NFTE Baltimore’s Volunteer Homepage
We deliver entrepreneurial education to 17 sites throughout the city. Volunteers provide valuable experiences, share personal stories, and are business mentors to our students. Our volunteer-guided field trips to local businesses and class visits from businesspersons help students to connect their classroom learning to the world around them.
Welcome to NFTE Greater Los Angeles’ Volunteer Homepage
We have guest speaking opportunities and business plan coaching opportunities available at all of our active program sites, including:
Philadelphia High Schools
Murrell Dobbins Career and Technical
Samuel S. Fels
Frankin Learning Center
Jules E. Mastbaum
Lincoln High School
Parkway North West