NFTE

AcronymDefinition
NFTENational Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship
NFTENotes From The Edge
NFTENetwork for Training Entrepreneurship (est. 1987; New York, NY)
NFTENational Federation of Telecom Employees (New Delhi, India)
NFTENetwork Facility Terminating Equipment
NFTENeonatal Ferret Tracheal Epithelial
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STEVE MARIOTTI is the founder and former president of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), and an advocate for entrepreneurs worldwide.
* 91% of NFTE students who graduated from college completed a four-year degree
In addition, we became particularly interested in studying the content of the NFTE program after learning that NFTE had been the subject of a number of quantitative empirical studies, most notably one conducted at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2001 to 2002 with NFTE students in the New England area (Nakkula, 2002).
Ernst & Young supports NFTE by providing a scholarship for each of its 16 US programs and plans to replicate this in Belgium, China, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, the Netherlands, New Zealand and South Africa.- TradeArabia News Service
National Federation of Post & Telegraphs Employees (NFTE) was established in 1954.
The airline will be the official airline for NFTE to help at-risk young people by supporting NFTE's Advanced Entrepreneurship Seminar (AES), National Business Plan Competition and Annual Awards Gala.
When she presented her scheme at a competition run by the National Foundation for the Teaching of Entrepreneurship (NFTE) in London, it earned her the title of the UK's Young Entrepreneur of 2003, as well as the cash towards her further education.
Other schemes are run in the States such as programmes by the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) which teach low-income teenagers how to start their own businesses.
Steve Mariotti's National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship, or NFTE, is transforming the lives of inner-city youth, one at a time.
• Steve Mariotti, founder of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), and an expert in education for at-risk youth, who has reached more than 450,000 young people through his programs in the U.S.