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Young Entrepreneurs Academy
The Young Entrepreneurs Academy is a ground breaking, yearlong class that transforms middle and high school students into real, confident entrepreneurs. Throughout the class, students develop business ideas, write business plans, conduct market research, pitch their plans to a panel of investors, and actually launch and run their own real, legal, fully formed companies and social movements. Founded in 2004 at the University of Rochester with support from the Kauffman Foundation, the Young Entrepreneurs Academy today serves hundreds of students in communities across America.
Methodist University and the Center for Entrepreneurship, in partnership with Cumberland County Schools and the Fayetteville Regional Chamber of Commerce, have successfully completed one year of hosting Fayetteville's first YEA class. Interested parties should contact Hanah Ehrenreich (pictured at right) at the Fayetteville Regional Chamber by emailing her at email@example.com or calling her at (315) 481-1462.
Young Entrepreneurs Academy Orientation Meeting - Monday, October 27 at 7 pm in Yarborough Auditorium, Clark Hall
The class will meet on Tuesday evenings, from October 7, 2014 through May 26, 2015.
Because of the CCS schedule, YEA! will not meet on Tuesday, Nov. 4 or Tuesday, Nov. 11; instead we will meet on Thursday, Nov. 6 and Thursday, Nov. 13.