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Pace University Business Major Lands NFTE Internship for Hands-on Learning

NEW YORK, NY – (August 11, 2023) – The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship welcomed Michail Richards, an 18-year-old rising sophomore at Pace University, as a 2023 summer intern in NFTE's Mid-Atlantic region. Since 2009, Pace University's Helene and Grant Wilson Center has funded full-time, paid summer internships for up to

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship Names Tim Blaylock as Executive Director of its West Region

Tim Blaylock, a longtime executive in California, has been named Executive Director of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship's West Region. Blaylock, who began his new role on July 17, brings more than 30 years of experience in leadership, management, and youth development strategies to his new position.

Pittsburgh Student Wins Mid-Atlantic Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Competition

NFTE Mid-Atlantic congratulates Hannah Russell from Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy for winning first place in the regional competition. Second-place went to Tationna Pack from Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy. In third place was Misbah Sifat. The runners up were Helena Sandoval and Mia Paredes-Cabrera.

Baltimore Student Wins Capital Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Competition

Carter Lawson of Francis Scott Key Elementary Middle School in Baltimore is taking his idea for Odorase—a non-toxic, lightly scented odor eliminator—to New York in October. He won first place in the NFTE Capital Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge. Second went to Rommie Hooper for Compel Comics and third to Jkahi Booker

Rhode Island Student Wins New England Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Competition

Applause to the winners of NFTE’s annual New England Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge. In first place was Zainabou Thiam of The MET School. Her schoolmate Raneem Al Suwaidani came in second. There were two runners-up, Bianca Fatu of Ipswich High School and Charlotte Furman of Barnstable High School.

Statement Regarding 2023 NFTE5 Entrepreneurial Education Summit

For 36 years, the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) has brought the power of entrepreneurship to students wherever they are and regardless of gender identity, race, ethnicity, family income or special needs. NFTE stands steadfast for inclusion and equity alongside our BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ educators, students, staff, and volunteers.

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