The only info that I have to share is: The Grapevine provides a link to them and have featured stories about them. I didn't notice a link on the AAWS website.
Here is the link info offered by the Gravevine:
You might also find additional info in some of the past issues of the "Box 459" publication on the AAWS website. However, I'm not sure about this.
ICYPAA had it's start as an effort to reach young alcoholics and to introduce them to AA.
Special Interest? Yes. I do believe that it is.
At the same time, it can be said that:
Open-meetings, Closed-meetings, Literature meetings, Discussion Meetings, Young People's meetings, Gay & Lesbian meetings, are "Special Interest." However, most Intergroups, Central Offices, and the GSO printed directories and websites -- include contact information for them.
Would it be considered "An outside enterprise"? By some, I guess it could be, and by some it might not. I don't know if there is an such a thing as an "official connection" of them, to AA. So, I really don't feel qualified to offer a specific opinion.