Jordan Deane, Delaware County Christian School, grade 11
Ananya Dhruva, Garnet Valley Middle School, grade 8
Alondra Freundt, The Baldwin School, grade 9
Molly Jamison, Plymouth Whitemarsh High School, grade 10
Julia Kasper, Penncrest High School, grade 12
Lauren Kennedy, Drexel Hill Middle School, grade 7
Phineas Manogue, Welsh Valley Middle School, grade 7
Elizabeth Miller, Sacred Heart Academy, grade 10
Gavin Prom, Medford Memorial Middle School, grade 8
Elias Sebti, AIM Academy, grade 8
Trevor Smith, Northley Middle School, grade 7
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YEA! is a life-changing program that positively impacts the Philadelphia region. From exciting Philadelphia and Main Line business guest lecturers to dynamic field trips to local companies, students learn how to develop and run a real enterprise in a fun, projects-based approach. YEA! Philadelphia is not possible without the support of the community. Please consider donating today!
About The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) Philadelphia
The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) is a year-long program that teaches middle and high school students how to start and run their own REAL businesses. YEA! was founded in 2004 and developed at the University of Rochester with the support of a grant from the Kauffman Foundation. The NAWBO Philadelphia Center for Advancing Entrepreneurs introduced YEA! to the Greater Philadelphia community in 2013.
YEA! guides students through the process of starting and running a legitimate business or social movement over the course of a full academic year. YEA! has graduated more than 11,000 students across the country over the past ten years, who have started over 8,000 businesses and social movements.