What’s it like to teach a winning young entrepreneur at a NFTE school? Two NFTE Greater DC teachers, Stephanie Harmony and Erin Cribbs, share their experiences in this interview with Pivotal Plays and the importance of youth entrepreneurship. Plus, both teachers talk about why NFTE’s entrepreneurship programs are unique and the importance of mentors for young entrepreneurs.
NFTE President & CEO Amy Rosen's update from Monte Carlo:
NFTE’s work was feted by the top leadership of Ernst & Young, last night. Zoe Damacela, a proud alum, and I had the honor of representing NFTE at the official welcoming reception. The royal family of Monaco hosted it to welcome everyone to the Ernst & Young Global Entrepreneur of the Year Competition.
Navarrow Wright is the CTO of Interactive One, the largest digital media company serving Black Americans. He recently spoke during the NFTE Philadelphia Regional Finals. Listen to how he describes the issue of technology exposure within the young black community and how NFTE can help grow young entrepreneurs.
It’s never too late to go back to school as one NFTE teacher is proving. Congratulations to Kara Brown, who works with NFTE’s Greater Los Angeles program office, from the Boys & Girls' Clubs of Oxnard.
What’s it like to volunteer for NFTE and support the young student entrepreneurs? Jennifer Zarcone, an employee at NFTE supporter SAP, discovered the excitement of helping young entrepreneurs turn their ideas into business plans.