More than 500 student entrepreneurs from NFTE New England classes will gather at Babson College on Wednesday, March 16, 8:00am – 1:00pm to learn and network with hundreds of businesses and entrepreneurs at the 10th Annual NFTE New England Youth Entrepreneurship Conference.
NFTE New England’s Youth Entrepreneurship Conference engages more than 100 volunteers from thirty national, regional and local business as coaches for the 500 student entrepreneurs who will work on their presentation skills, participate in the Moody’s Innovation Challenge and hear from keynote speakers Tracy Noonan and Dani Vilagie of Wicked Good Cupcakes.
“The generosity of the New England community to help our students learn how to think and act like entrepreneurs is outstanding,” said Julie Nations, Director of NFTE New England. “The Youth Entrepreneurship Conference is a landmark event and a valuable opportunity for our students, teachers, corporate partners and volunteers to learn and celebrate together.”
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About Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship
Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) is an international nonprofit that activates the entrepreneurial mindset in young people and builds their knowledge about business startup. Students acquire the entrepreneurial mindset (e.g., innovation, self-reliance, comfort with smart risk), alongside business, STEM, and presentation skills—equipping them to drive their best futures in the 21st Century. NFTE focuses its work on under-resourced communities with programs in 23 locations in 10 countries. To learn more, visit http://www.nfte.com, like NFTE on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/NFTE, or follow us on Twitter at @NFTE.