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Special Thanks ToDr. Kimberly R. Cline, President of Long Island University, whose visionary leadership andsupport has made this second annual VE National Teachers Conference a reality.VEI National StaffIris Blanc, Executive DirectorNick Chapman, National Program DirectorBryn Canner, Director of DevelopmentTyler Fugazzie, Marketing and Communications ManagerKimitra Cain, Finance and Operations ManagerSaara Arshid, Program AssociateMaria Barales, Design InternVEI Regional StaffNew York CityJohn Jastremski, Regional DirectorSoteria Stavroulakis, Program CoordinatorTyshawn Davis, Work-Based Learning CoordinatorLorna Sinclair, Office ManagerGina Pol, Instructional Resources DeveloperVE Fellows: Queenie Yang, Charan Singh, Chi Zhang, Fatima Abidi, Sonja Visser,NImisha Budhwani, Pascale Civil Louis, Amina Music, Abril Pe ñaLong IslandEllen Palazzo, Regional DirectorIrv Wortman, Program CoordinatorNortheastKathy Gielow, Regional DirectorMid-AtlanticRhonda Doak, Regional DirectorMidwestCindy Boyd, Regional DirectorPenny Riddle, Program CoordinatorKendra Lee, Illinois State CoordinatorTom Cook, North Carolina State CoordinatorWendy Schmitt, Michigan State CoordinatorLisa Bonelli, Technical Support StaffSouthCindy Boyd, Regional DirectorRonnie Giordano, Florida State CoordinatorWestPolly Farina, Northern California Regional DirectorTeri Jones, Southern California Regional Director2CollegeKristen Callahan, Regional DirectorBarbara Urban, Program Support

Monday, July 11, 2016TimeLocationEvent8:00 AM Breakfast & RegistrationHumanitiesBuilding9:00 AM Welcome & OrientationIris Blanc, Executive Director, VEIDr. Kimberly R. Cline, President, Long Island UniversityHumanities 11910:00 AM Breakout SessionsVE Program OverviewNick Chapman, National Program Director, VEIHumanities 119Regional Meet & GreetVE Regional Directors and State CoordinatorsHumanities 217VE-JV (Junior Ventures) Career AcademyOverview: Curriculum ComponentsFrank Bennici, VE-JV facilitator, MS 137 America’s Schoolof Heroes (NYC); Maria Frangella, VE-JV facilitator, MS 137America’s School of Heroes (NYC); Naomi Lehrer, VE-JVfacilitator, William McKinley JHS (NYC)Humanities 21811:00 AM Breakout SessionsMethods of FacilitationKendra Lee, VE Illinois State CoordinatorWendy Schmitt, VE Michigan State CoordinatorHumanities 119VE Program & Curriculum UpdateNick Chapman, National Program Director, VEIHumanities 217VE-JV Career Academy: 7th Grade ProgramMaria Frangella, VE-JV facilitator, MS 137 (NYC)Naomi Lehrer, VE-JV facilitator, William McKinley JHS (NYC)Humanities 21812:00 PM LunchTilles CenterPatron’s Lounge1:00 PM Facilitating a VE Firm:- 4:00 PM Orientation, Ideation, OrganizationMichael Silberman, VE facilitator, West Hempstead HS (NY);Alan Gersten, VE facilitator, Century HS (CA); Isai Serrano,VE facilitator, Manhattan Business Academy (NYC); NYC VEFellows: Gina Pol, Queenie Yang, Charan Singh, Chi Zhang,Fatima Abidi, Sonja VisserLIU IncubatorLower Level ofLibraryFor new VE teachersFor VE-JV Career Academy teachers3

Tuesday, July 12, 2016TimeEventLocation8:00 AM Breakfast & RegistrationHumanitiesBuilding9:00 AM Introduction to VE Career Readiness FrameworkNick Chapman, National Program Director, VEIHumanities 11910:00 AM Breakout SessionsBusiness Plan Basics for New VE TeachersJames Caracciolo, VE facilitator, HS for Arts, Imaginationand Inquiry (NYC)Humanities 119Advanced Concepts in Business Plan andCompetitions Preparation: Panel DiscussionPanelists: Amy Demchak (Westhampton Beach HS, NY),Joel Levin (Murrieta Valley HS, CA), Rich Butzke (PatchogueMedford HS, NY), Jacilyn Elliot (Centennial HS, CA)Humanities 217VE-JV Career Academy: 8th Grade ProgramFrank Bennici, VE-JV facilitator, MS 137 (NYC)Naomi Lehrer, VE-JV facilitator, William McKinley JHS (NYC)Humanities 21811:00 AM Breakout SessionsDeveloping an Accounting System forYour VE FirmNick Chapman, National Program Director, VEIJohn Jastremski, Director, NYC Virtual EnterprisesHumanities 119Spreadsheet Applications for BusinessGina Pol, NYC Virtual Enterprises; NYC VE Fellows: QueenieYang, Charan Singh, Chi Zhang, Sonja VisserHumanities 217Essentials of the Sales PitchAngelo Scialfa, President, Fox Run GroupHumanities 21812:00 PM LunchTilles CenterPatron’s Lounge1:00 PM Facilitating a VE Firm:- 4:00 PM Implementation, Systems, Business PlanningMichael Silberman (West Hempstead HS, NY), Alan Gersten(Century HS, CA), Isai Serrano (Manhattan BusinessAcademy, NYC), NYC VE Fellows: Gina Pol, Queenie Yang,Charan Singh, Chi Zhang, Fatima Abidi, Sonja VisserLIU IncubatorLower Level ofLibrary4

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at LIU Brooklyn CampusTime9:30 AMLocationEventWelcome and Panel Discussion: EffectivelyEngaging Business Mentors in VE Classroomsand Program ActivitiesPanelists: Joe Delaney, Deloitte (Ret.); Linda Chen, SeniorMarketing Manager, Deloitte; Shanehi Shah, EngagementStrategist, Capital One; Barbara Butler, Federal ReserveBank of NY (Ret.); Erin O’Leary, Content Distribution,NBCUniversalSanfordLecture Hall11:00 AM Breakout SessionsDeveloping a Top 10% WebsiteJenny Benack, VE facilitator, Morris Knolls HS (NJ)SanfordLecture HallSocial Networking in BusinessEmanuel Young, VE facilitator, Parkway West HS (St. Louis)Mahmoud Khedr, VE alum, City College of New YorkHealth Sciences 119Using Google Apps to Support InstructionJoanna Gillen, VE-JV facilitator, William McKinley JHS (NYC)Health Sciences 12112:00 PM LunchSanfordLecture Hall1:00 PMFacilitating a VE Firm:Business Pitch Presentations3:00 PMBus Tour of New York City6:30 PMTeacher-Business Partner Networking EventSanfordLecture Hall, HS119, HS 121WeWorkTimes SquareConference Video Powered by CreatorUpCreatorUp is a Digital Storytelling Academy. Through their onlinecourse library, fast-track bootcamps, and custom lesson creation,they help anyone tell their story with great videos.For new VE teachersFor VE-JV Career Academy teachers5

Thursday, July 14, 2016TimeEventLocation8:00 AM Breakfast & RegistrationHumanitiesBuilding9:00 AM Preparing for a Trade ShowJustin Schwartz, Director of Healthcare - Education (K-12) ITSolutions / Special Projects, Atlantic Tomorrow’s OfficeHumanities 11910:00 AM Breakout SessionsIncorporating Personal Financeinto Your VE FirmAlan Gersten, VE facilitator, Century HS (CA)Humanities 11911:00 AM Breakout SessionsInternational OpportunitiesJohn Jastremski, Director, NYC Virtual EnterprisesHumanities 11912:00 PM LunchTilles CenterPatrons’ Lounge1:00 PM Facilitating a VE Firm:- 3:00 PM Demonstration, Evaluation, AssesmentMichael Silberman (West Hempstead HS, NY), Alan Gersten(Century HS, CA), Amy Demchak (Westhampton Beach HS,NY)LIU Incubator,Lower Level ofLibrary3:00 PM Conference Wrap-UpLIU IncubatorLower Level ofLibraryAll presentation slides,handouts, and other conference resourceswill be available new VE teachers

About VEIVEI is a national educational nonprofit that transforms students intoyoung professionals by giving them the opportunity to create and runbusiness ventures in their classroom.VEI empowers students to develop business, technical, interpersonal,problem-solving and teamwork skills by creating and managing theirown business ventures and experiencing all facets of being an employeein a company operating in a global economy.We partner with educators, business leaders, and industry professionalsto develop the best talent pipeline in the country. We currently serve12,000 students across the U.S., many from underserved communities.Go to to learn more and join the transformation.About Long Island University (LIU)Long Island University, founded in 1926, continues to redefine highereducation, empowering its students with skills they need to excel inthe classroom and throughout their professional careers and providinghigh-quality academic instruction taught by world-class faculty. One ofthe nation’s largest private universities,LIU offers 500 accredited programs to more than 20,000 studentsand has an active network of 200,000 alumni that includes leaders inindustries across the globe. LIU’s innovation in experiential learning,its high-tech startup incubator, on-the-ground training, and the LIUPromise student mentoring program further distinguish LIU as a leaderamong the nation’s most respected universities. LIU Post is one of themost beautiful, historic and scholarly settings in the country. The 307acre campus is located on the north shore of Long Island, in the Villageof Brookville, which is ranked among the most desirable communitiesin America. The Campus is just 50 minutes from the corporate andentertainment capital of the world, New York City.LIU Post offers more than 260 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programsto 8,700 students from every part of the world. LIU academic programscarry elite accreditations, signifying they meet the highest standards ofquality. Visit for more information.7

Participating SchoolsThank you to VE staff and volunteers, LIU Post staff, and VE teachersfrom the following schools for their participation:BermudaThe Berkeley InstituteCaliforniaArvin High SchoolAugustus Hawkins HS - RISEBancroft MSBloomington High SchoolCanyon Springs High SchoolCarlsbad High SchoolCentennial High SchoolCentury High SchoolChannel Islands High SchoolEast Bakersfield High SchoolElizabeth Learning CenterJames Logan High SchoolJohn Muir High SchoolLynbrook High SchoolMcLane High SchoolMillikan High SchoolMurrieta Valley High SchoolPalisades Charter High SchoolPalm Springs High SchoolRedlands High SchoolRidgeview High SchoolSamueli AcademySchool of Business and TourismSouth High SchoolView Park Preparatory Charter HSFloridaApollo Middle SchoolCooper City High SchoolCoral Springs High SchoolCypress Bay High SchoolHollywood Hills High SchoolJefferson High School8Florida (cont.)JP Taravella High SchoolLyman High SchoolPiper HighStranahan High SchoolIllinoisBatavia High SchoolHoly Trinity High SchoolRockford Public SchoolsSarah E. Goode STEM AcademyTimothy Christian High SchoolMichiganAirport HS/Downriver CareerTech ConsortiumGull Lake High SchoolJenison Public SchoolsLakeland High SchoolMelvindale High SchoolOscar A. Carlson HS/Downriver CareerTech ConsortiumOwosso High SchoolTrenton High SchoolMissouriClyde Miller Career AcademyParkway South High SchoolParkway West High SchoolNorth CarolinaBartlett Yancey High SchoolC.S. Brown High SchoolEast Wake HighOrange High SchoolPasquotank County High School

Thank You!New JerseyLakeland Regional High SchoolMercer County Community CollegeMorris Knolls High SchoolThe Academy for Math, Science andEngineeringNew YorkAcademy for Scholarship andEnterpreneurshipBethpage High SchoolBridgehampton UFSDBrighton High SchoolCalhoun High SchoolCenter Moriches High SchoolCentereach High SchoolEagle Academy for Young Menof HarlemEast Islip High SchoolEdwin Markham IS 51Elmont Memorial High SchoolFinley Middle SchoolFloral Park Memorial High SchoolFlushing High SchoolFrancis Lewis High SchoolFreeport High SchoolGW Hewlett High SchoolHempstead High SchoolHuntington High SchoolIn-Tech Academy(MS/High School 368)International Preparatory School atGroverIS 2 George L. EgbertJohn Adams High SchoolJohn Jay High SchoolLindenhurst Senior High SchoolLynbrook Senior High SchoolMattituck High SchoolMS 137 School of HeroesNIKE Work Based Learning CenterAlternative SchoolNew York (cont.)Oceanside High SchoolPatchogue-MedfordQueens Vocational and Technical HSRobert M. Finley Middle SchoolRocky Point High SchoolSouth Park High SchoolSt. Francis High SchoolSyosset High SchoolWalt Whitman High SchoolWantagh High SchoolWest Hempstead High SchoolWilliam A. Shine Great Neck SouthHigh SchoolWilliam McKinley JHSPennsylvaniaBerks Career & Technology CenterGermantown Friends SchoolWallenpaupack Area High SchoolTennesseeBeech High SchoolBlackman High SchoolBrentwood High SchoolDeKalb County High SchoolDresden High SchoolOakland High SchoolSiegel High SchoolSouthwind High SchoolStewarts Creek High School9



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