I'm positive this will be one of those days that stays with them for a long time."
It was a rewarding experience for my students and for me. I would like to have JA again next school year in all of my classes."
The program was a lot of fun for the kids because it was so interactive."
JA helped me gain more confidence while speaking in front or groups of people."
I wanted to find a 'hands on' volunteer activity that would utilize my career skills. JA offered me that opportunity. My JA volunteer activities have become a significant and extremely rewarding part of my daily life. "
The activities you brought to our classroom were fun and we really learned a lot about making budgets, building credit and being responsible consumers."
As Palm Beach County public schools reopen to students after the winter break, we honor Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast's Rising Star for January Jessenia Marrero, a seventh grader at Conniston Middle. Read more: http://www.wjno.com/onair/junior-achievement-54153/listen-rising-star-of-the-month-13121059/#ixzz3QAz8z1RG
They are not old enough to drive, work, or be the boss, but when JA BizTown™ Mobile arrived on December 17th at Pleasant City Elementary in West Palm Beach, the fifth graders learned valuable life skills.
Local Philanthropist’s Gift will Teach Treasure Coast Elementary Students the role of philanthropy in the community through Junior Achievement educational programs