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And The Winners Are...

The annual U.S. JA Company of the Year Competition is a contest of business skills, ingenuity and innovation that focuses on the accomplishments of JA Company Program students, ages 15-19, during the 2011-2012 academic year. This years competitors winners are... 1st place: Eagle Eye — Junior Achievement of Southern California Chaminade High School, West Hills, California 2nd...
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Team G.O.L.D. - Persistence Pays Off!

Team:  G.O.L.D. (Go Online and Delete) Company Location : Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest Student Story:   Lanee Johnson, vice president of public relations This year our team wanted to design a company around cyber-bullying since we all knew students that have been affected by it and knew it was a hot topic in the media that had become more prevalent with Facebook and...
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Team Eagle Eye

Team:  Eagle Eye Location:  JA of Southern California Innovative Products:  This sports media business has created college recruitment packages for high school athletes and demo videos for coaches. Eagle Eye employees attend games, collect video footage of the players, and edit together individual DVDs based on presale orders to showcase their customer’s skill....
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Team D.R.E.A.M. Big

Team:  D.R.E.A.M. Big Location:  Junior Achievement of Georgia- Atlanta District Turning Obstacles into Growth and Success:  This team had to overcome strong personalities. Overtime, these varied personalities became the driving force for the company to succeed. This obstacle positioned the student company president to exemplify outstanding leadership abilities. Innovative...
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Team Start Up

Team:  Start Up Location:  Junior Achievement of Georgia- Atlanta District Turning Obstacles into Success:  As a whole, the team experienced a learning curve as they adjusted to responsibility and learned to collaborate together as a group. Although some students were overachievers and other required more motivation to remain on task, they collectively resolved to...
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