The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship helps young people from low-income communities to build skills and to unlock their entrepreneurial creativity. Since 1987, NFTE has reached more than 280,000 young people, with programs in 21 American states and 10 other countries. More than 1,500 teachers are active in the group.
NFTE creates engaging, experiential curricula and tools to improve the academic, business, and life skills of the students that it serves. It is dedicated to the idea that every young person can find a pathway to prosperity.
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|Program on Indian Economic Policies||John Templeton Award for Theological Promise||Foundational Questions in Evolutionary Biology (FQEB)||The Center on Religion and Chinese Society (CRCS)|
|The Development Research Institute (DRI)||The Foundational Questions Institute (FQXi)||The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE)||The Positive Psychology Center|