Welcome to NFTE Baltimore’s Volunteer Homepage
We deliver entrepreneurial education to 17 sites throughout the city. Volunteers provide valuable experiences, share personal stories, and are business mentors to our students. Our volunteer-guided field trips to local businesses and class visits from businesspersons help students to connect their classroom learning to the world around them.
Our volunteers are diverse individuals—corporate executives at major national and international companies, entrepreneurs, young professionals, retired executives, and mid-level managers—who represent all aspects of business operations. They are enthusiastic about entrepreneurship and helping students define their pathway to prosperity. Our volunteers’ efforts have a direct and lasting influence on the personal and professional successes of our young people.
Become a NFTE volunteer
By lending your talent and time, you can present new perspectives on the NFTE curriculum to students. As a volunteer, you can choose from several exciting opportunities that range from one-hour, one-day classroom options to multiple-days service with a school or class on a regular basis. Our program manager and staff are available during volunteer assignments to lend support and guidance. To find an opportunity that interests you and fits your schedule, review the brief descriptions of our four principle volunteer positions here
Are you ready to join us as a volunteer? We hope you are. The process is clear and simple. Click the “new volunteer application” button and complete the application. You can also contact Darlene Ajayi at darlene.ajayi @nfte.com
or 443.721.6052 for more information about volunteering.
Our program model
Our program model is a stimulating classroom-based curriculum. Through the development of an original business plan using a NFTE experiential approach, we engage students by imparting the fundamentals of entrepreneurship education. We help students realize that core school subjects are relevant to their lives and can help them succeed.
Students learn throughout the year what it takes to be