Young Entrepreneurial Stewards (YES)

The YES Program teaches business fundamentals and sustainable practices through fun, hands-on learning. YES kids learn to be financially literate, civic-minded, and environmentally aware. Our goal is to empower the next generation of conscientious leaders and problem solvers. To date, more than 350 children have participated in the YES program.

3 Ways to Become a YES Kid

1. YES Booths: Kids gain hands-on experience selling original products or services in their own booth at WSE's Livingston Farmers Market. Open to ages 6-16. YES Booth Registration and YES Booth Guidelines.

$50 helps one kid attend YES Camp to learn about business from local entrepreneurs.

$50 helps one kid attend YES Camp to learn about business from local entrepreneurs.

2. YES Club: WSE's afterschool club engages kids throughout the school year in the YES cornerstone concepts: business, sustainability, and community. Open to ages 6-13.

3. YES Camp: WSE's summer camp inspires and prepares kids to create their own farmers market business. Open to ages 7-14. This year's camp will be held at Arrowhead School, Monday-Thursday, June 19-22, 9am-2pm. YES Camp Application.


YES kids talk about Youth Booths at WSE's Livingston Farmers Market.


A sincere Thank You to our sponsors for saying Yes to YES! Their generous support enables us to bring this valuable education to Park County children.

 

Program contact: Addie Pittman 406.222.0730, ext. 4