Rewarding Student Achievment

Junior Achievement of East Central Ohio believes in life long learning and encourages students to expand their education past high school. Our local office offers one-time awards to high school seniors who have participated in JA programs in Stark County, Tuscarawas can Carroll counties. 

The minimum award amount is $1,000. The JA Scholarship Committee will make final award decisions.

 

2018 Scholarship Recipiantes 

 

Kevin Gartner of North Canton Hoover High School is the recipient of a $1,000 JAECO Scholarship. Kevin participated in JA Economics for success as a North Canton Middle School 8th grade student and the JA Company Program in high school. Kevin said that his experience with the Junior Achievement not only affirmed his desire to run a business, but also played an influential role in his development as a leader. He will further his education at John Carroll University in the fall.

 

 

 

Shaun McCracken of GlenOak High School is the recipient of a $1,300 JAECO scholarship. Shaun participated in JA Economics for success as a middle school student and attend the JA Personal Finance, College and Career Readiness day as a Junior in high school, and participated in the JA Company Program. Shaun said that his participation in JA helped him gain massive amounts of experience of the inner workings of the business world and helped him improve on most of skills ranging from; leadership, cooperation, sales and empathy. In the fall Shaun will attend The Ohio State University to pursue Computer Engineering.

 

 

Garret Pierce of Marlington High School is the recipient of a $1,000 JAECO Scholarship. The JA Company program was an avenue to answer so many questions Garret had about economics of "real life" and made him realize how important financial literacy was for success. He will take the skills he learned in JA to Ohio University to pursue a degree in accounting.

 

 

 

 

 

Questions?  Please email Alyssa West at Awest@jaonline.org