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Applications Being Accepted for the 2020 Daniel Treanor Award

August 10, 2020 |
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If you’re an eligible NFTE alum, now’s the time to get your application in!  APPLICATIONS ARE DUE 8/21/2020

The Daniel Treanor Award is awarded annually to recognize a NFTE alum who has fully embraced the entrepreneurial mindset despite a significant physical or health-related challenge. The recipient receives $500 and is recognized during the finals of the National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge.

Who Is eligible? We look for NFTE alumni who have:

  • Fully embraced the entrepreneurial mindset despite a significant physical or health-related challenge
  • Chosen to make their education a solid priority
  • Stayed connected to NFTE program as a member of the alumni community
  • Displayed characteristics such as perseverance, grit and fortitude to succeed

If selected, what would you receive?

  • A commemorative award
  • A monetary award of $500 in recognition of your participation
  • A featured segment in the NFTE National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge
  • Participation in the virtual Student Expo during the National Challenge

Apply Now

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