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Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship at NYSE

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) visited the NYSE to highlight NFTE New York Metro’s Start Up Summer initiative and New York City public school programs, as well as the organization’s October 6th National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge participants. In honor of the occasion, Vice President of Programs Rupa Mohan rang The Opening BellSM.

About the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship
Too many young people today drop out of school and struggle to break the cycle of poverty. Since 1987, the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) has been inspiring young people to pursue educational opportunities, start their own businesses, and succeed in life. By providing entrepreneurship education programs relevant to the real world, NFTE empowers students to own their educations in and out of the classroom and to find their own path to success. Hundreds of thousands of students have discovered opportunity all around them through entrepreneurship via thousands of certified educators worldwide. NFTE supports active programs in 18 states and 9 other countries through our network of program offices and licensed partners. Entrepreneurs are a powerful driver of economic growth and NFTE sows the seeds of innovation in students worldwide. For more information, visit www.nfte.com. (Source: NFTE)