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Become a FEMALE ENTREPRENEUR by joining NFTE’s Summer BizCamp TODAY!
NFTE DC Region’s Global Girls Entrepreneurship Tech BizCamp offers female students the opportunity to learn a tech-infused NFTE Entrepreneurship curriculum in a highly interactive and intensive 2-week camp setting. Through field trips, guest speakers, industry exposure, and engaging activities, participants learn the basics of putting together a business plan including technological platforms while also developing valuable academic and life skills.
Accelerated Learning (Days 1-7 )
Through experiential learning, tech-based work time, and guest speakers, students take a deep dive into the world of tech-infused entrepreneurship and learn what it takes to start their own business.
Coaching Sessions (Days 8-9)
Students work with volunteer business plan coaches to refine their business ideas and hone their presentation skills in preparation for the final Business Plan Competition.
Business Plan Competition (Day 10)
At the end of this 2 week camp, all participants present their business ideas in front of a panel of judges while competing for cash prizes (top three winners).
One Senior and six juniors chemical engineering students respectively participated in the 2016 AIChE Annual Student Conference in San Francisco, CA, November 14-18, 2016. The students were Simone Stanley, April Howard, Anayia Reliford, Mahtab Waseem, Bekuechukwu Uzondu, Diwash Bajracharya and Okeoghene Osevwe. Simone Stanley (Senior Chemical Engineering student) won first place for her presentation of “An Experiment Based Smartphone Education App for a Simple Introduction to Chemical Engineering Kinetics” in the General Engineering and Engineering Education session of the poster competition.Read More >>
The Department of Architecture kicked-off the 2016-2017 academic year with a myriad of events that brought faculty, students, and alumni together. In addition to welcoming, its new chair, the Department hosted a number of activities including a lecture by Dr. Douglas Williams about David Williston, the first known black landscape architecture who was also instrumental in the early Howard campus, in July. Read More >>