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... Woods and Interstate Auto Auction, the Madison County Chamber raised $8,000 to help offset costs for the 2015 YEA! class. Post by Madison County Chamber | Central Indiana. . ...
The Story Shop, the 2013 Madison County Chamber Emerging Business of the Year, recently featured the Young Entrepreneurs Academy’s very own Brandon Boynton, creator of the nationally recognized Bully Box ...
... to a unique program called YEA! – Young Entrepreneurs Academy. It was so impressive, Boynton was one of six national finalists invited to America’s Small Business Summit in Washington, D.C. Boynton was ...
... at a time. Barbosa, marketing and programs consultant for the Madison County Chamber and co-program manager of YEA! Madison County, is in the process of launching the 2014-15 Young Entrepreneurs Academy ...
... sponsors, and volunteers, YEA! Madison County is holding six Information Sessions, the first on Wed., August 20. Sessions will be at the program’s host location, Purdue University College of Technology, ...
... That’s kind of the biggest thing kids don’t want to deal with,” Dayton said. Boynton designed The BullyBox during a stint at Madison County’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!). 2013 was the first ...
... Bully Box while enrolled in the Madison County Chamber’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) program. The application is designed to report bullying anonymously and won national recognition at the sixth ...
... (YEA!) Saunders Scholars Finals to pitch his business plan at America’s Small Business Summit Wednesday in Washington, D.C. The top three winners were announced Thursday, when Boynton realized he didn’t ...
... for a mobile application designed to stop bullying. Boynton created The Bully Box while in the Madison County Chamber’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) program. This was the first year for the ...
6 entrepreneurs. 1 winner. Who will it be? Let's meet the YEA! contenders: . ...
... from hundreds of businesses nationwide, are competing in the YEA! Saunders Scholars Final Competition in Washington, DC at America's Small Business Summit! YEA! students from New York, Florida, Indiana ...
Watch the video!   Want to get involved with YEA!? read more Read transcript below:   Teenage Apple developer changes lives Tue 03 Jun 14 | 11:50 AM ET The following ...
... from the inaugural year of Madison County Chamber’s YEA! program, Boynton won the program’s 2014 Investor Panel competition held on March 13 at the Flagship Enterprise Center. He then competed May 15th ...
Educators, YEA! Sponsors, Supporters, and Volunteers:   Thank you so much for your ongoing support of the Young Entrepreneurs Academy in Madison County! For those who were unable to attend last week, ...
March 14, 2014 Young business owners pitch ideas, seek investors at Flagship event By Jack Molitor The Herald Bulletin Don Knight / The Herald Bulletin | Pendleton Heights' student Brandon ...
17. YEA! Graduate Gains National Attention!
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YEA! Graduate Gains National Attention! ...
... in grades 6-12. The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!), now entering its 1st year in Madison County and its 8th year nationwide, is an intensive nine-month program that teaches middle and high school ...
≈ For more information, please contact Angela Barbosa (765) 642-0264 or angela@getlinkedmadison.com   Nominate a Enterprising Student for YEA! CLICK FOR ONLINE NOMINATION FORM   Ready to ...
... them. Enter the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!). In a county boasting a population of 120,000 yet lacking even a Junior Achievement program, we feel Madison County is ripe for just such a curriculum ...
21. 2016 A New Day Awards
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... Outgoing Board Members Brandon Boynton, YEA! Graduate Jahnae Erpenbach, Hoosier  Park Brad Justus, Kleenco Mike Latchaw, EB Paving Charlene Stacy, Harrison College Irma Hampton Nave Stewart ...
22. High Achiever Roundtable
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... YEA! Program! If you consider yourself a HIGH ACHIEVER (or are striving to become one), then click here to email Sandi or call her at 317-752-4806 for your application!   . ...
23. YEA
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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 developed at the University of ...
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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 developed at the University of Rochester ...

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