“Young Entrepreneurs Academy” coming to Knoxville this fall
In his opening remarks at a Knoxville Chamber breakfast on Friday, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam announced the launch this fall of the first “Young Entrepreneurs Academy” in the state. YEA!, the organization that supports thousands of middle and high school interested in entrepreneurship, is partnering with the Knoxville Chamber, Pilot Flying J and the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee to offer the seven-month program this fall. The concept was developed more than a decade ago and requires participants to participate in 90 hours of classes. To learn more, read the Knoxville Chamber release (Young Entrepreneurs Academy).