NCGE

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NCGENational Council for Geographic Education
NCGENational Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (UK)
NCGENational Centre for Guidance in Education (Ireland)
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Joseph Kerski, NCGE's vice president of external relations, says the maps ensure geography students "engage in spatial analysis and inquiry that will prepare them for today's rapidly changing world." For example, eighth-graders in geography would identify historic and contemporary migrant groups in their area and examine why migration occurs.
The government-backed Awards, sponsored by HSBC Bank and presented in association with the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE), follows a recent study that suggests there could be as many as 80,000 students running a campus-born business - with some already on the way to their first million.
Sponsored by HSBC, with support from the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE), the new awards will showcase some of the most innovative new business ideas created by students either while still at university or within one year of graduating - with pounds 20,000 for the best one.
National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE), 16A Leonard Hall, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA 15705-1087; (724) 357-6290; Fax: (724) 357-7708; www.ncge.org.
GENIP partners include NGS, the American Geographical Society, New York City, the Association of American Geographers (AAG), Washington, D.C., and the National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE), Indiana, Pennsylvania.
The Birmingham-based National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE) runs a programmecalled FlyingStart, which organises 12-month business readiness programmes, half-day rallies geared towards giving people practical advice and an international entrepreneurship programme, which sees the best younggraduate entrepreneurs undertake sixmonths part-time training in the UK, followed by six months fulltime training and experience in the US at the Kauffman Foundation.
The award is open to young students and recent graduates and is backed by the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE).
The government-backed Unipreneur Awards, sponsored by HSBC Bank and presented in association with the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE), follows a study that suggests there could be as many as 80,000 students running a campus-born business - with some already on the way to their first million.
Ian Robertson, chief executive of NCGE, said; "The Unipreneur Awards are a timely reminder of students' new attitudes to employment and business which can be found on campuses around the country."
'Of the 84 students and graduates subsequently shortlisted to work with NCGE mentors to develop their ideas and source funding, over a half are women, endorsing the survey findings and hopefully promising more Martha Lane Foxes and Anita Roddicks.'
A good set of guidelines to use here was developed cooperatively by the National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE, 1994).