JA Events are so Awesome!
JA of Central Iowa EVENTS
At JA of Central Iowa, we host several events throughout the year to raise money to support our programming. These events also engage the community in our efforts to reach students! Whether you'd like to get involved on an individual level or as a business through event sponsorship, we offer several ways for you to support our work while having a great time!
JA Stock Market Challenge
The JA Stock Market Challenge is an exciting, fast-paced competition that provides high school students the opportunity to partcipate in a day of simulated stock trading. Students participate in 60, one minute trading days where they learn to buy and sell sticlks with analysis and risk. Celebrating its 12th year in 2019 and hosted at John Deere Financial Confreence Center in Johnston. For more information on sponsorship opportunities please contact Katie Vine, Community Impact Manager at 515.279.9602 ext. 219 or firstname.lastname@example.org
JA Golf Classic
This JA golf event is a fun-filled afternoon of networking where companies can bring employees for team building or host clients and prospects, while supporting community role models.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities please contact Katie Vine, Community Impact Manager at 515.279.9602 ext. 219 or email@example.com
Through sponsorships and virtual fundraising, this event presents an opportunity for businesses, individuals and organizations to gather and build camaraderie while networking with one another during a fun session of afternoon bowling. The JA Bowl-A-Thon committee, along with JA of Central Iowa staff and peer to peer fundraising, raise funds that will provide programs to local students in financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship education.
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