Future Executives, Inc.’s (FE) is a non-profit organization founded in 1989. We offer a forward thinking innovative approach to developing young leaders via our four pillars: Education, Mentoring, Funding and Social Networking. Our programs help create sustainable leaders.
Future Executives, Inc. is a resource for 8-25 year olds to explore and cultivate entrepreneur skills and personal development. Our services include but are not limited to workshops, tutoring, internships, career training and exploration. FE offers virtual & volunteering skill building as well as children & parent advocacy. To date, we have supported thousands of children and their families. View our Board of Directors
Futureexecutives.org is a free resource which features blogs, vlogs and podcasts that offer engaging information about various topics and career paths. Virtual Volunteers (VV) share their stories and experiences on how to navigate various career paths. Our VV’s share vital first hand information to help our Future Executives understand skill sets and experience needed to be successful. Our three tier targeted groups (8-12, 13-17, 18-25) gain real life experience via our extensive volunteer program.
In 1994, Future Executives, Inc. received it’s NYS incorporation and 501(c)(3) tax exempt status. Although we are located in New York, FE works with general and at-risk students around the world. FE provides career-day field trips including: behind the scenes, concerts, Basketball, Baseball and Hockey games and, trips to media corporations such as VIBE and MTV to name a few. In addition, we have presented music business panels like, “I Don’t Wanna be a Rapper”; Alternative Careers in Entertainment and, “Spotlight on careers”, at high schools, New York University, The NAACP youth division, Albany, NY Black Caucus, and several other venues. We also have a webinars for youth to network and discuss topics of interest available via our YouTube Channel.
On November 4, 2011, the White House Business Council invited our Founder/CEO along with a select number of USA business leaders to the White House. The agenda was Jobs Act: President Obama’s plan for moving our economy forward. In addition to aiding the economy, the Jobs Act also helped current and future entrepreneurs grow, get hired and succeed. February 2012, the White House invitation was extended again to our CEO.