$1,000 CASH PRIZE OFFERED TO STUDENTS IN `PROJECT POPULARITY CONTEST'

CSU Fullerton and UC Berkeley students vote to decide the winner

A screenshot of YesYous' project popularity contest homepage.  Contestants can win $1,000 cash.
A screenshot of YesYous' project popularity contest homepage. Contestants can win $1,000 cash.
  • A screenshot of YesYous' project popularity contest homepage.  Contestants can win $1,000 cash.
    A screenshot of YesYous' project popularity contest homepage. Contestants can win $1,000 cash.
    A screenshot of YesYous' project popularity contest homepage.  Contestants can win $1,000 cash.
    A screenshot of YesYous' project popularity contest homepage. Contestants can win $1,000 cash.

April 12, Fullerton, CA – Current CSU Fullerton and UC Berkeley students can win up to $1,000 cash in a competition launched today by student-run company YesYous.com.  To enter the contest, students create a free YesYous.com account, post projects they created in school, invite project teammates and/or advisors and then encourage classmates to vote for their entry.  The project with the most votes by May 20 wins.  The competition is open to all majors.

“We believe the competition will draw attention to the excellent work that CSU Fullerton and UC Berkeley students are doing at school,” said YesYous.com founder and CSU Fullerton student, Hasan Almatrouk (click here to see Hasan’s YesYous profile). “Until YesYous.com, there was really no way to see all the projects at a University in one place.”

“YesYous is a valuable tool for students, universities and prospective employers,” said YesYous.com COO and UC Berkeley student Nick Nikbakht (click here to see Nick's YesYous profile), “and we are working day and night to make it even more valuable.”