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Volunteers embody the heart of Junior Achievement. Taking a message of opportunity and boundless potential to a classroom in your community, no matter what your profession, is JA in action. Tell kids how you took chances and shot for the stars – so they can do the same! After completing the application form in GOOGLE CHROME you will be directed to Assure Sign to read and electronically sign the Volunteer Conduct Standards, JA Digital Policy, and Volunteer Media Release and Consent. Thank you!
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Virtual JA Entrepreneurial Youth Summit

Wednesday, December 16, 2020
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM

THE NEED
For many years, small business has been the job-creating engine that has driven the U.S. economy. However, with the COVID-19 shutdown, it appears that 57% of small businesses (66% of minority-owned) may permanently close. 

If the rate of small business failures reaches a historical level, it will be critical that those considering entrepreneurship at all ages is engaged and that those individuals be provided with as many tools and resources as possible to help reduce the chances of failure due to inexperience.

THE SOLUTION
The Virtual JA Entrepreneurial Youth Summit will help students draw on their skills and creativity,unlock their entrepreneurial potential and plant the seeds for future entrepreneurial thinking

THE INSPIRATION
Students will be expected to receive key learning concepts through in-class learning, video assets and/or self-guided lessons. A mentor will be available to "beam in" to a classroom to help support students as they explore the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. Each team of 2-4 students will present their business idea at the PITCH COMPETITION and the winning team will be determined at the event.

Sign up today below!  

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Questions?  Contact Cati Pulver at Junior Achievement via e-mail Catherine.Pulver@ja.org
 
 

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