Y.E.S. (Youth Entrepreneur Success) Education is making the world a better place to live by sharing life-skills with youth, caring for the less fortunate and protecting our environment.
We focus on making the maximum positive effort to empower young people and communities. Our volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change. Using data-driven models, we provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference. With our nonprofit, we are able to keep our overhead low and put more of our resources into empowering youth and communities. Our programs are evidence-based and have been shown to create real, lasting change. We rely on the dedication of our volunteers to help us carry out our mission and make a difference in the world. Together, we can create a brighter future for everyone.
Make Life Meaningful Through Persistent Effort
Something put into a system or expended in its operation to achieve output or a result.
Feasibility studies, requirements elicitation and analysis, requirements specifications, requirements validations.
If you focus on the right processes, in the right way, you can design your way to success.
The information produced by a system or process from a specific input, and the OUTCOMES.
Measure and nurture the positive IMPACTS you will make in the world.
Where You Can Help
Feel free to share the ideas presented in our projects to benefit humanity and the environment.
Lucie Taie - Garden Tower Initiative
"Thanks to Yes Education I was able to meet one of top aquaponics experts in the State of Hawaii and showcase a system on our local news channel and at the 2007 Miss Earth and Miss Earth Hawaii pageants. I was the runner up of the Miss Earth pageant and the winner of the Miss Earth Hawaii pageant. I earned a $35,000 scholarship to pay for a doctorate degree from Argosy University. My sister Kiana visited the Hawaii state mental hospital and interviewed leaders there to find out how aquaponics helps patients deal with depression."
Nathan Strain - Computer Repair Club
"I'm very grateful for the opportunity that Yes Education provided me when I attended Kahuku High and Intermediate School". I was the president of their Computer Repair Club for 3 years and was able to repair over 400 donate and deliver computers to needy students in our community. I learned valuable repair skills which later provided me with an excellent computer job at a hotel when I was only 16 years old. I am now attending college and now have a great computer job as an administrator which is funding my education."
Noah Jaussi -
"I am grateful to Yes Education for giving me the chance to share my Chop-duino project. I am also happy that they have supported on High School Computer Club initiatives such as shared computing to solve world problems and the conversion of old laptops into chromebooks."