Startup Skills for
New England’s Best STEM Students
The opportunities are endless — building startups that have won second place in the TiE Global Pitch Competition.
We also welcome a new TYE Instructor this year!
Applications for the 2021-22 are now open!
Preparing the next generation of leaders for over 15 years
For 9-12th grade students interested in STEM or business
Real world, hands-on training to boost the future of young entrepreneurs
TiE Young Entrepreneurs (TYE) fosters the next generation of leaders through the transformative experience of building a startup. This extracurricular program for exceptional high school students provides participants with the essential business and leadership skills to prepare them to succeed in college and beyond.
Students achieve their goals through a rigorous and proven curriculum - taught by leading startup owners, venture capitalists, and educators. Young leaders grow their entrepreneurial and collaborative skills culminating in a dynamic pitch competition.
September 2021-April 2022 on alternating Saturdays from 10AM-3PM
Teams gain up to $5K in seed funding, and the winning team is invited to compete at the TYE Global Competition.
More than a workshop,
an entrepreneurial experience
TYE builds the next generation of leaders through more than entrebuenureship.
TYE is dedicates to fostering the next generation of leaders by creating a new learning environment where high school aged participants can experiment, build resilience, and collaborate to create more productive and successful pathways to their personal and professional goals.
100% report increase of teamwork skills
97% report increased ability to lead
100% report increased confidence
90% report TYE influenced their decision to pursue a career path in STEM
40% report TYE inspired them to start their own company
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
"TYE helped me grow as a person. People think this course is just for business and although its main purpose is business, TYE helped me become a better leader, helped me cope with problems during a team project, and still taught me everything I know about business."
TYE Alumni (2015-2016)