Yale ELC/EY-Parthenon Case Competition Application
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Case Competition Overview
Unlike other case competitions, the Yale Education Leadership Conference/EY-Parthenon Case Competition will ask interdisciplinary teams to present solutions to current challenges faced by Puerto Rico’s Department of Education with participating teams having the opportunity to influence the transformation of the island’s economy and education system.

The case competition will follow a two-round format, with the top five teams being invited to present their solution to EY-Parthenon leadership April 4th - 5th at the Yale Education Leadership Conference in New Haven, Connecticut with the prize for first, second, and third place being $3,000, $2,000, and $1,000, respectively.

Teams will be invited to participate in the initial round of the competition based on the following application which is due by 11:59 PM EST on Sunday, February 17th for consideration.

Application Requirements
- Teams are to be composed of 3-5 members
- Interdisciplinary teams are encouraged but not required.
- Teams are recommended to have at least one member from an MBA program (Please reach out to ryo.moriyasu@yale.edu if your team is in need of an MBA member)
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If you answered "Other" to the previous question, please indicate your school and program below.
Name of Team Member 1 *
Name of Team Member 2 *
Name of Team Member 3 *
Name of Team Member 4
Name of Team Member 5
In 250 words or less, please describe why your team is interested in participating in the Yale ELC/EY-Parthenon Case Competition. Responses can include your team’s passion for improving the K-12 education and/or Puerto Rico’s society. *
In 150 words or less, please describe how your team’s members can add value to the Puerto Rican Department of Education’s current work to transform the island’s economy and education system. Responses can include descriptions of your team’s personal, professional, and academic experience *
Please include a copy of each team member's résumé *
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