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.

How 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.

  $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 near the end of the school year to prepare them to have a booth at the Livingston Farmers Market during the summer. Open to ages 6-13.


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