Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship
The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, also referred to as NFTE, is an international non-profit organization providing entrepreneurship training and education programs to young people from low-income urban communities. South Florida is its largest region.
WHY NFTE CAME TO TWO PARROT
NFTE South Florida wanted to capture the emotional transformation of the NFTE students, by capture audiences hearts and minds to show how mind-blowing the experience is as a NFTE Student. Take Donor to the field to meet the young Entrepreneurs being impacted by NFTE programs. Show the ripple effect in the families As you know, the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) is helping students in low-income communities worldwide create a better future for themselves and their families. Since 1987, NFTE has reached more than 500,000 young people. Our bold goal is to have reached 1 million students in 5 years’ time. That’s why we are excited about the launch of NFTE’s new Digital Classroom, funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The project will leverage the power of technology to bring NFTE to many more students and business volunteers.
Corporate Funders, Private Foundations, Strategic Partners, School Thought Leaders, Teacher and Students.
- 6 minute overview video
- 2 minute “shortie” of the 6-minute overview video
- Help with launch of “Digital Classrooms” initiative funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
- The project will leverage the power of technology to bring NFTE to many more students and business volunteers.
- Teaching NFTE students about entrepreneurship in person and virtually via the Digital Classrooms platform
- Vocal public advocate
VIDEO PRODUCTION DETAILS
- 3 day video shoot in Miami
- Interviews with funders, beneficiaries and community thought leaders
- 10 week total turn around
“Jessica’s an entrepreneur through and through. For the second year, she has been involved with virtual entrepreneurship in the classroom. She has been absolutely engaging with the students, giving them phenomenal feedback. Her videos are second to none.”
Alice Horn, Executive Director of South Florida’s Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship