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North Carolina VEI Students to Attend China for Global Student Leaders Summit

Granville County Schools’ Virtual Enterprises program announced a group of students, and teachers will travel to China in March to attend the EF Global Student Leaders Summit. “We are very excited to attend this year’s Summit,” said Geni Slaughter, JFW VEI Teacher.  “The Summit provides an amazing opportunity for our students to experience China’s rich history and culture, while studying critical… Read More

Support VEI with AmazonSmile

Shop with AmazonSmile and a portion of the price of eligible products you purchase can be donated to VEI. There are tens of millions of eligible products, so there's a good chance buying something you want or need at this very moment will help support VEI at no additional cost to you. How To Use AmazonSmile to Support VEI 1.… Read More

James Irvine Foundation Awards Grant to VEI to Advance Linked Learning in California

VEI has just been awarded a grant from the James Irvine Foundation to advance Linked Learning’s Virtual Work Based Learning efforts in California.  Like VEI, Linked Learning transforms education by integrating rigorous academics with career-based learning and real-world workplace experiences.  Through this grant, VEI will explore the creation of scalable, high-intensity Virtual Work Based learning experiences for students across California starting in… Read More

HSBC Supports VEI with $250,000 Grant

Grant Expands In-school Entrepreneurship Programs to Meet Demand in Five Cities; NEW YORK, N.Y., October 15, 2013 – HSBC Bank (“HSBC”) today awarded the second half of a two-year, $250,000 grant to Virtual Enterprises International (VEI). VEI is a unique in-school entrepreneurship program that transforms classrooms into offices and students into young professionals through the development and operation of simulated… Read More