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YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS ACADEMY:
Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA) application.pdf
The SI Chamber of Commerce along with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation presents the YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS ACADEMY (YEA!). The YEA is for students in grades 9-12 who have demonstrated creativity, innovative ideas, academic effort, determination, enthusidasm, the ability to communicate, and a commitment to their community and family. Click here for the application:
Young Entrepreneurs Academy Arrives in New York City
The Staten Island Chamber of Commerce announced the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) during a September press conference at Susan E. Wagner High School. This innovative program, the first of its kind in New York City, guides students through the process of developing their own real business over the course of a full academic year.
Currently, there are 20 sophomores and juniors from all local public schools with the exception of two. Now entering their sixth week of classes, students have begun to learn from industry leaders and entrepreneurs about going from an original idea to serving the community as a CEO.
On October 30th, students met with Director of Entertainment Mike Katz from the Richmond County Bank Ballpark who educated them on the business end of managing a venue. During their regularly scheduled class at Susan E. Wagner High School on November 13th, students presented their business ideas as prototypes. On November 26th, the teens will identify the ins and outs of managing a franchise when they visit Applebee's.
Meet the YEA! Instructors
Katia Gordon, Manager of Public Affairs, Con Edison
Cory Schifter, Owner, Casale Jewelers
Chad Reyes, President & CEO, Wealth and Legacy Group
Stayed tuned for future emails
with instructor and student profiles and more about program activities!
YEA! is made possible in part by presenting sponsor TD Bank as well as grants by Council Members James Oddo and Debi Rose and is spearheaded by the Young Professionals Group.
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