NFTE University Application

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Welcome to the NFTE U registration page. 


Here you can select which training option you will need based on the course(s) you are planning on teaching.”


This site is used for schools, districts and organizations that have already had initial conversations with NFTE about bringing the NFTE curriculum to their students.  If you are not sure of which course you will be teaching, please speak to your administration before registering.


If you have not had these discussions and are interested in finding out more, please contact ProgramInquiry@nfte.com.


NFTE's programs are geared toward high school and middle school students. Our unique teacher training is required to become a Certified Entrepreneurship Teacher (CET) and be part of a NFTE program. 


NFTE Curriculums:


Exploring Careers

Owning Your Future

Startup Tech (SUT)

Exploring Careers teaches the principles of entrepreneurship, whilst exposing students to different career possibilities.

Owning Your Future focuses on the core elements of experiential education and provides the tools and methodology for teaching students the principles of entrepreneurship.

Startup Tech provides the tools and methodology for teaching students a foundation in entrepreneurship and app-building.

- SUT Intro

- SUT Intermediate

 


Application Process

  • Talk with your administration and confirm which course(s) you will be teaching
  • Submit Application
  • You will receive an email confirming your registration and associate training fees
  • After application is processed, you will receive an email from the Program Office with pre-work details and training locations specifics.  You will be responsible for following up with your school on payment before the training.

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