One Hour. One Classroom. Big Impact.
JA Ethics, sponsored by PwC, brings local business executives into Greater Richmond classrooms to have frank discussions with high school students about the importance of ethics in business. Case studies, group work and personal experience all come into play in this very important and relevant program.
- Teachers, email Andrew Kirk or call 804-217-8855 x206 to request the program for their classroom.
- Volunteers come from every industry including finance, marketing, service, education, retail and many more.
- At only one hour long, this program is well-suited for business leaders who want to give back but have difficulty finding time to do so.
- Teachers request the JA Ethics program from JA.
- JA recruits volunteers. Volunteers register.
- JA assigns at least one class per volunteer.
- Volunteers and teachers communicate to coordinate and confirm the program.
- Volunteers teach in the classroom on the agreed upon date and time for one hour
The JA Ethics volunteer training will be a luncheon held October 23. If you are interested in attending, please contact Jennifer Boyle at jboyle@JAtoday.org.
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