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You Were Born To Change The World
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 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

Being given a purpose in this world is what we are all searching for. Luckily for Malachi Kern, destiny came in the form of a JA volunteer teaching in his third-grade classroom when he was a child in Chicago. The volunteer told Kern during his time teaching the class, "You were born to change the world". This quote resonated with Kern, especially since, at the time, he was struggling to find his...

Kids & Money: What Parents Need to Know
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

How well does your child understand money? Junior Achievement USA surveyed 500 children between the ages 7-10 and the children's parents to uncover how children interpret the value of money, how it is acquired, as well as what their parents think about money education for their student. Of the 1,000 responses, JA was able to uncover 3 main...

Feeling the Rhythm with Junior Achievement
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

JA Launch Lesson took center stage in Mr. McHugh?s Entrepreneurial Class this past November of 2017. Brian Harris and Owen McCarthy of MedRhythms, a Maine-based music-therapy company, taught 15 students the journey of starting a...

Volunteer Soars with Junior Achievement
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

This JA Feel Good Moment comes from an American Airlines employee that volunteered through Junior Achievement of Dallas, Inc. "Thank you for the message. I wanted to tell you thank you for coordinating and go ahead and give you my feedback because yesterday really made an impact on...

Winners of the 2017 JA National Student Leadership Summit
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Community Involvement

The National Student Leadership Summit (NSLS) is part of Junior Achievement’s annual celebration of the accomplishments of JA Company Program ® students, ages 15-19, from across the United States. They develop and market a product or service with the goal of realizing a profit for their shareholders. Reaching nearly 14,000 U.S. students during the 2015-16 school year who created nearly 700...

Feel the Color
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

Jakayla Dixon of North Texas is changing the way visually impaired people choose their clothing. When Jakayla was a young girl, she would visit her aunt in Louisiana. Her aunt became blind as an adult, and would often ask for Jakayla's assistance in selecting clothes that matched color-wise. Jakayla often wondered how blind people who didn't have assistance were able to match their...

Advocating Life Lessons
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

Jane Carlson, a Career Education Coordinator at Thousand Oaks High School in California has experienced the impact of Junior Achievement programs from parents AND...

The Money JAR--Amber Yang & STEM
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

What did you want to be when you grew up? A doctor? An astronaut? According to ThoghtCo., a company that focuses on providing relevant content for those interested in learning and growth,? the top three job roles that women fill the most include registered nurses, meeting and convention planners and elementary & middle school teachers .One industry that is severely lacking women is the area of...

What is Driving Your Budget?
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Financial Literacy

What information is typically requested on a car loan application? This is one of the questions teens find when they start the Financial Test Drive, presented by Junior Achievement (JA) and American Honda Finance Corporation...

JA & Launch Lesson
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

A survey of 1,000 teens and 1,000 parents of teens was recently conducted by ORC international in order to explore the opinions of entrepreneurship. From this study, JA found that nine-in-ten parents would be extremely or very likely to support their teen's interest in becoming an entrepreneur as an adult. Half of the surveyed teens reported they would need more information on what it takes to be...



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