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    Jonah Thompson, an 8th grader at New Glarus Middle School, was the 2014 grand prize winner. He presented his idea, T Boys Honey, at the 2014 Entrepreneurs’ Conference June 4.

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    The contest helps middle- and high-school students better envision careers in science and technology, especially where those disciplines intersect with the creation and growth of businesses.

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    What students are saying about the contest

    “It was fun coming up with the idea of a product, but it was also interesting to get into the mindset of an entrepreneur… It was a great learning experience” - Sara Linderman, 2013 Grand Prize winner

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    Past winners

    As the 2012 Grand Prize winner, Tyler Ebert of D.C. Everest High School presented his winning plan at the 2012 Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference in Milwaukee.

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*The 2015 contest will be open for entries in January 2014. The entry deadline will be March 16, 2015 at
5 p.m.


The mission of Wisconsin YES! is to help young people learn how science and technology innovations can be developed into solid business plans. Wisconsin students, from middle school to 12th grade, are eligible to enter individually or in small teams.

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