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JA Company Program at Tri-Valley High School

JA Company Program® at Tri-Valley High School

The JA Company Program gives students the chance to put ideas into action by creating and running their own startup. With the help of a student group and volunteer mentors, students will create, manage, and liquidate a business in 13 weeks. Any student at Tri-Valley High School can register for this free entrepreneurial after-school program. Capacity will be limited to 25 participants.

In JA Company Program, students will not only learn how to run a business, but will also meet new friends, connect with mentors, network with professionals and gain the skills and experience to help land their first job.

An information session will be held November 13th, 2019 for interested parents/guardians and students. You can sign up to attend here: http://bit.ly/TriValleyInfoMtg

Through JA Company Program®, we were able to learn from each other, teach each other, and most importantly, build something we all cared about." - Maddie, High School Junior

Presented By State Farm® and Chris Mizell STATE FARM® INSURANCE AGENT, BLOOMINGTON, IL
with help from

Sean Dardis, Business Development Officer, First State Bank

Sara Dardis, Owner/Dentist , Pediatric Smiles

Jake Davis, CMO/Co Owner, Mavidea

Nate Hinch, Attorney/Partner, Mueller, Reece & Hinch, LLC

Cheryl Magnuson, Owner, Majestic Interior Design, Inc

Charlie Moore, President & CEO, McLean County Chamber of Commerce

Josh Mosier, Owner, Weber Electric

Tim Norman, Owner, STL

Chad Ritchie, Attorney/Owner, Ritchie Law Firm

Andy Shirk, President, BEER NUTS®

Matt Streenz, Operations Manager, ZDI/Room Ready

Steve Timmerman, Vice President, First Farmers State Bank

 

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