GYE and 17 SDGs

Global Youth Entrepreneurship (GYE) Zone is an educational organization based in Silicon Valley, US. Through the authentic learning approach, GYE Zone aims to prepare high school students for college success and career preparation through extracurricular activities that instill in them an entrepreneurial mindset, 21st-century skills, and the grit for breaking barriers and embracing lifelong learning.

Our GYE Zone is led by scholars, entrepreneurs, and top executives from Ivy League institutions and Silicon Valley organizations. We are committed to working toward a better future where our youths can make changes with their creativity, innovations, and compassion by providing the following online and onsite entrepreneurship programs: Global Youth Entrepreneurship Association Membership, Global Youth Entrepreneurship Competition @ Silicon Valley (GYEC), and Global Youth Entrepreneurship Summer Camp.

"The Member States of the United Nations adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by General Assembly resolution A/RES/70/1 of 25 September 2015. The aim of this resolution is to achieve these 17 goals by 2030 with a view towards ending all forms of poverty, fighting inequalities and tackling climate change while ensuring that no one is left behind.” 

 - By United Nations Department of Global Communications

Our Mission

In GYE, we support the Sustainable Development Goals, and we are committed to engaging global young people in this effort. GYE competition will offer today’s young students, especially high school students with an opportunity to explore their passion! Through authentic learning approach and assessment, we aim to empower aspiring global young students with the mindset of entrepreneurship, cross-culture immersing learning environment, the grit for overcome difficulties, and the goal for lifelong learning, and ultimately contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals.

For the GYEC, candidates may choose their own projects which are aligned to UN 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

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