E CITY

Youth learn how to develop a business plan, financial literacy and entrepreneurship skills using the award-winning Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) curriculum.

E CITY helps teens develop a business plan, and learn financial literacy and entrepreneurship skills using the award-winning Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) curriculum.

Y.O.U. is the sole licensee for NFTE in the four-county region. E CITY also provides employability skills and connects youth with employment and college access.

The E CITY Program is available at Glenville High School, Horizon Science Academy, John Adams High School, John F. Kennedy High School, John Marshall High School, Lincoln West High School, Shaw High School, and Thomas W. Harvey High School.

For more information about E CITY contact Program Manager Dominic Murray at dmurray@youthopportunities.org.

E CITY participates in the Veale Youth Entrepreneurship Forum with funding from The Veale Foundation.

E CITY is also funded through the generosity of the Burton D. Morgan Foundation.

Volunteer your time and work with E CITY students!