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18 & over, career exploration, Education, entrepreneurship, personal development, Resources

Fiscal Conduit- A tax-deductible way to raise funds!


Take advantage of Fiscal Conduit Sponsorship options with us! There are many fundraising platforms out here that charge major fees to you, In addition to those fees, your donors receive no benefit from giving you funds.  We have a great legal opportunity for you to raise funds under our program! In addition to a smaller fee,

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18 & over, career exploration, commentary, entrepreneurship, Helpful Links, Resources

How to tackle the task of creating a Wikipedia page for a nonprofit organization


The Dreaded Wikipedia Page and What You Can Do About It:How to  tackle the task of creating a Wikipedia page for a nonprofit organization Working with a nonprofit organization can be a rewarding experience. However, with more and more organizations moving their operations (donations, campaigns, etc.) to the World Wide Web, more volunteer work is

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Education, personal development, Resources, Technology

FREE Professional Development funded by the Gates and Delta Research and Education Foundations


The Delta Teacher Efficacy Campaign (DTEC) is seeking K-6 teachers in New York City to receive FREE professional development designed to enhance their knowledge about teacher efficacy, and instructional strategies on literacy and Math.  Future Executives, Inc. and its partner NAACP New York City Housing Authority Branch (NYCHA) to conduct the program in NYC. “With Education

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, 8-12yrs, blog series, career exploration, entrepreneurship, inspirational, personal development, Resources

Essentials of Professional Networking for Future Executives


Social Networking is one of Future Executives, Inc. four pillars because we know it is an integral part of developing a future leader. We help and support leaders realize their dreams and place them in position to fulfill their aspirations.  TDanyel offers details  and tips on how to build a strong network. More young people today are realizing earlier

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18 & over, commentary, Education, Resources

African-American Parents:Let’s get involved! Home/School Relations


I was asked by my Assistant Principal at my daughter’s school to serve as the Parent Council Representative of the local chapter of the NAACP.  In that role, I am charged with bringing together African–American parents in the school and creating an opportunity to share information, network, and discuss issues that affect our children in the school. In

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18 & over, blog series, commentary, Education, Resources

Six tips to help children with Math


I believe parents should assume some responsibility for their kids’ development in math, should be proactive in managing their students’ progress and should continually engage in the learning process with their kids, their teachers and the school.  The following steps can serve as a framework for achieving success.   1.            Set high expectations with the

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