YES Carolina is dedicated to teaching youth the principles of entrepreneurship and free enterprise.

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YES Carolina has helped thousands of young people from communities statewide build business skills and unlock their entrepreneurial creativity. YES Carolina is a program partner of the Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE).


YES Carolina offers many programs from teacher training, a business plan competition, mentoring programs, SC entrepreneur of the year and summer business camps.

Teacher Resources

YES Carolina plans, schedules and facilitates NFTE CET training classes and additional supplemental CET training classes in cooperation with SC colleges and universities and the SC Department of Education.

Latest YESCarolina News

Latest Blog Posts

  • 2014 – 2015 Teacher of the Year

    Congrats to our teacher of the year, Jennifer Molnar, from Fort Mill High School! She will be attending the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) Global Showcase & Gala in March in ‪New York City.             Learn more about the NFTE Annual Showcase on their website.  

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  • Harbor Entrepreneur Center Grads to Mentor YEScarolina Student Entrepreneurs this Summer

    The Post & Courier By: Abigail Darlington February 24, 2015 YESCarolina and the Harbor Entrepreneur Center announced a partnership Tuesday aimed at supporting innovation among high school students. YESCarolina is the nonprofit organization that created entrepreneurship programs and competitions in public high schools across the state. For the first time this summer, students who perform […]

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  • Suntrust Foundation Says YES

    The Suntrust Foundation said Yes to supporting YEScarolina programs by presenting us with a donation to help cultivate youth entrepreneurs in the Lowcountry. We greatly appreciate their ongoing support!

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