NEA to Offer Membership with a Kick to University & Students

The National Association of Entrepreneurship announced this week that it will begin university and student memberships in 2010. These memberships will be designed to engage entrepreneurial schools and students, and foster high levels of connectivity with NAE's CEO members.

“These memberships provide real-life experience to students,” says Chris Nolan, NAE Board Member and Franchise Profs CEO. “Having access to the same high-value tools that our CEO's do will give these students a real leg up while preparing to own or start a business.”

In addition to full-member program access, University Members will gain real-life entrepreneurial experiences through shadow, mentor, and intern programs. University members will be able to attend mainstream and university-specific events and activities.

“The ability to learn and engage on the same level as our CEO's will be a big value to students,” according to Dr. Dale Paulson, NAE Board Member and Allegiance CEO. “Our members love to share, and the students will enjoy the connection.” The National Association of Entrepreneurship is the voice of America's Mid-Market Leaders. Our members represent the driving force of free enterprise. NAE provides essential research, critical content, and unparalleled connectivity. NEA hosts a series of events annually, including the Free Enterprise forum, CEO Briefings Circuit, and the NAE Legislative and Technology Summits. NAE strives to advance the valuable role of free enterprise in the United States.

NAE is free enterprise. Learn more at www.naeonline.org or (216) 244-1504.

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