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Thursday, June 21, 2018   (0 Comments)
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NACCE is pleased to partner with the Indiana University Center for International Business and Research (IU CIBER) and promote their goal of increasing the country's capacity for international understanding and trade competitiveness. 

IU CIBER

To that end, IU CIBER is seeking NACCE members who are looking to internationalize their curriculum so that they can be provided with the current best practices in international education. Resources include: free videos, classroom pedagogy and free registration at NACCE 2018 in Fort Worth, TX (valued at $849). 

Please note: The scholarship does not cover airfare or lodging.


Applications are due July 31.

P.S. Don't forget! If you register for #NACCE2018 by June 30, you have the opportunity to win a $250 pair of custom made Justin Boots!
 
 
NACCE has an amazing line-up of keynote speakers this year including Steve Tingiris, Managing Director, Dabble Lab and Managing Partner, Dabble Capital! Steve is a software engineer, turned entrepreneur and investor. In his career, Steve has founded and sold three technology companies and is currently the managing director of Dabble Lab; an outsourced research and development firm that specializes in building robotic process automation and block chain solutions for business. Steve is also the managing partner of Dabble Capital - a private cryptocurrency investment fund.

Hear from Steve and many other entrepreneurial catalysts at NACCE 2018!
 
Keynote Highlight: Steve Tingiris, Managing Director, Dabble Lab and 
Managing Partner, Dabble Capital

Steve Tingiris
 
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Be sure your travel plans allow you to attend our preconferences!
 
Preconference Highlight: Financial Literacy and the Next Gen Entrepreneur
 
Florida Prosperity Partnership
 
Date & Time: Sunday, October 7 from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: Omni Fort Worth Hotel

Description: Most all have seen the statistics . . . yet one statistic alone drives home the need for Financial Literacy for college students aspiring to become Entrepreneurs:  "82% of businesses fail due to cash flow mismanagement" (according to a study by Jessie Hagan at US Bank).  But, it goes much deeper than that.  Students across the nation are graduating high school knowing the Pythagorean Theorem (and how to pass a standardized exam), yet have little idea how to create and balance their own personal financial budget.  These students are in your classrooms today, developing into tomorrow's business owners. We must create the ecosystem that gives them a fighting chance for entrepreneurial success!  Together, we must develop a stronger network that generates Financial Literacy for young people, preparing the Next Generation for business leadership and personal financial accountability.

This session will help you identify the resources and partners to get the Next Gen Entrepreneur better Financial Literacy-prepared by:
  • Clarifying the importance of sound Financial Literacy for college student Entrepreneurs.
  • Identifying all the Financial Literacy/Education knowledge, skills, roles and influences that must be better developed in the Next Gen financial ecosystem.
  • Developing an asset map of Financial Literacy resources and partners (the 'what' and the 'who') to deepen financial capability for the next generation of entrepreneurs.
  • Preparing educators to play their role in nurturing the Financial Literacy ecosystems burgeoning (or dormant) in their communities.

 

 


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