RALEIGH, N.C. - June 30, 2020 - PRLog -- The National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) in partnership with Intuit, maker of TurboTax, QuickBooks and Mint, is pleased to announce the acceptance of eleven institutions into the Financial Management for Entrepreneurs Curriculum Initiative Phase II. This pilot's main goal is to empower future entrepreneurs with the right financial management tools and skills required for long-term business success.
"NACCE is thrilled to expand this partnership with Intuit to an additional eleven community colleges within our member network. We look forward to celebrating the impact this curriculum will have on future and current entrepreneurs across North America," said Rebecca Corbin, NACCE president & CEO.
By 2021, we anticipate that we will be able to offer this curriculum publicly so that any instructor could easily access, understand and incorporate the modular financial management lessons in their coursework, with or without a finance background. We plan to grow a network of educators who feel comfortable and confident teaching financial management principles and tools to students from a wide variety of disciplines. Using this curriculum, future and current entrepreneurs would have a solid foundation of how to manage their business finances, but also their own personal finances.
"We are excited to expand this partnership where we can continue to bring financial management skills that are critical for tomorrow's entrepreneurs to build and maintain successful future businesses," said Dave Zasada, Vice President of Corporate Responsibility at Intuit.
Please join us in welcoming the following colleges to the Financial Management for Entrepreneurs Curriculum Initiative Phase II:
- Algonquin College (Ottawa, Canada)
- Borough of Manhattan Community College (New York City, New York)
- Central Community College (Grand Island, Nebraska)
- City College of San Francisco (San Francisco, California)
- Cuesta College (San Luis Obispo, California)
- Diablo Valley College (Pleasant Hill, California)
- Fullerton College (Fullerton, California)
- Hawaii Community College (Hilo, Hawaii)
- Hocking College (Nelsonville, Ohio)
- Midlands Technical College (West Columbia, South Carolina)
- Roane State Community College (Harriman, Tennessee)
Learn more about the Financial Management for Entrepreneurs Curriculum Initiative with Phase II at www.nacce.com/financial-management-for-entrepreneurs-curriculum-initiative.
NACCE is an organization of educators, administrators, presidents and entrepreneurs focused on igniting entrepreneurship in their communities and campuses. NACCE has two main goals: to empower college leaders to approach the business of running a community college with an entrepreneurial mindset and to grow the community college's role in supporting job creation and entrepreneurs in their local ecosystem. NACCE has over 340 member colleges, representing nearly 2,500 members and approximately 3.3 million students. For more information, visit www.nacce.com. Follow us on Twitter at @NACCE, like us on Facebook, and join our LinkedIn group.
Intuit's mission is to Power Prosperity Around the World. We are a global financial platform company with products including TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint and Turbo, designed to empower consumers, self-employed and small businesses to improve their financial lives. Our platform and products help customers get more money with the least amount of work, while giving them complete confidence in their actions and decisions. Our innovative ecosystem of financial management solutions serves approximately 50 million customers worldwide. Please visit us for the latest news and in-depth information about Intuit and its brands and find us on social. Learn more about our education programs at: www.intuit.com/partners/education-program/.
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