President and CEO

Shawn K. Osborne

Today, Shawn is applying his personal experience to his passion for entrepreneurship and a professional record of business success as President and CEO of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) – which teaches the entrepreneurial mindset to young people and provides the tools and attitudes to overcome adversity and address future personal, economic, community and global challenges.

The following press release was issued August 18, 2014. 

 

 FOR RELEASE

 

Khalifa Phrams AND Trebor Patrick – NEWARK AREA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS - WIN $1,000 FOR STARTUP BUSINESS PLAN AND CHANCE TO PITCH BUSINESS PLAN IN SILICON VALLEY

 

Our Programs

The NFTE Difference

NFTE works with students low-income communities across the country and around the world, which are often plagued by crime, violence and high dropout rates.  In the United States, we target communities in which at least 50% of students are eligible for free or reduced price lunch.

Girl Empower: NFTE Summer BizCamp Experience

The 2013 Girl Empower BizCamp has concluded. Please check back for information about next summer's program.

To submit your completed student application, please email all student documents as attachments to GirlsBizCamp@nfte.comor fax them to 212-232-2244.  If you are submitting a recommendation, please have your recommender email their form directly to GirlsBizCamp@nfte.com.

September 26, 2012  |  4 comments

NFTE graduate Anthony Carmona, owner of Anthony Knows Computers, and Amy Rosen, NFTE CEO & President, were interviewed on the Education Nation version of MSNBC's Your Business. They discuss the power of entrepreneurship education and how a young person can balance the demands of running a company even while in school.

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July 18, 2012  |  0 comments

By: Anjelica Garcia, Development Intern, NFTE NY Metro

The 11 students participating in NFTE’s second class of Startup Summer, despite fatigue, met day 5 looking as professional as they did when they started. For the past few days students have been formulating their

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