Seventeen teams from area high schools met at UAH on October 25th to compete in the first ever BeEntreprenurial competition for high school students. The event, presented by the UAH's College of Business and supported by Urban Engine, allowed teams of students the opportunity to identify a problem/solution, receive tutelage from a professional UAH mentor, and pitched their idea to sponsors, faculty, students, and participants. Bob Jones teacher, Robin Dauma took 5 teams to the competition and walked away with first and second place. The 2nd place team (awarded $1,000) was comprised of Markus Cutler, Kyla Diei, Sija Headrick, Amani Hendricks, and Clayton Sanders. The 1st place team (awarded $1,500) was comprised of Tamiyah Brown, Larry Robinson, and Caitlin Turner and received a standing ovation from several UAH professors. The entrepreneurialship spirit is alive in our schools and we are working to support it!