As part of NFTE’s Global Girls Entrepreneurship Project presented by the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth and The Coca-Cola Foundation, high school girls learned to approach the world with an innovator's eye and a founder's grit.
NFTE was so excited to see the shining faces of three of our graduates in The Startup Factor aired this morning on A&E. Zurri Alwakeel, Phylicea Ewart, Melissa Ruiz Vera, and many other successful entrepreneurs offered a personal look at their stories and honest insight into what keeps them going.
There were so many nuggets of wonderful advice in this film. Here are our top picks for entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurially minded to hold close as you pursue your dreams.
Every year, the Small Business Administration sponsors and promotes National Small Business Week. This year, it was May 4-8.
And while it’s true that small businesses are an essential part of economic growth, research shows it’s not the size of the business that drives economic growth, but the age of the business. New businesses, startups, drive most of the hiring and expansion in the U.S.
Today, in response to the national youth unemployment rate numbers released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, NFTE CEO Amy Rosen released the following statement: U.S. Youth Unemployment Still More than Three Times National Rate Today, the BLS report on the American employment picture shows a continuing bleak picture for young people - more than one in five of whom (20.2%) are unemployed. Below is a quote from Amy Rosen, CEO of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, a 26 year old global non-profit which teaches entrepreneurship thinking and employment skills to young people.