JA Company Program Educator & Volunteer Resources
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Powered by Junior Achievement of East Central Ohio
Please schedule with JA Team Member Alyssa West
Powered iin partnership with starkupSTARK
JA Business Symposium
Sponsored by Coastal Pet Products, Inc.
January 23, 2019
4:00PM – 6:30PM
JA Company students will participate in a county-wide Board of Directors Meeting and will schedule appointment times to interview with area business professional to learn more about local career opportunities in the areas of
* Resumes will be required to participate
Students and Companies can register here.
JA NextGen Entrepreneurs' Challenge Competition
May 1, 2019
at Stark State College
Innovation Partner The Burton D. Morgan Foundation
Detailed Competition Information Here
Due April 9, 2019 Before Competition
1). Annual Report PDF
2). Company Commercial Link
Due April 26, 2019 Day of Competition
1). Tradeshow Booth
2). Live Presentation with PowerPoint
JA USA National Student Leadership Summit Application
May 3, 2019 by 12PM
Email submission to email@example.com
The JA National Student Leadership Summit will take place June 16-20, 2019 in Washington, D.C.
Sample Past Annual Reports
JA Company Program
JA Company Program® helps student entrepreneurs launch an actual business from idea generation, product development, capitalization of the venture, marketing and sales strategies, supply chain, and financial reporting all with the mentorship of a JA business volunteer.
Youth Entreprenurship programming is supported by The Burton D. Morgan Foundation which has awarded Junior Achievement of East Central Ohio a 2 year - $100,000 grant.
JA Company Program will provide a relevant and authentic learning experience for young people that fosters a strong entrepreneurial workforce in America. Upon completion of the program, students will be able to identify the key elements of organizing and operating a business, and consider creating their own startup.
The goal of the JAECO NextGen Entrepreneurs' Challenge is to balance the business achievements of each team as a whole with the members' individual personal development. Therefore, for a team to win this award it is not sufficient just to run a financially successful JA Company or to have created an exciting product or service; JA Company members must also demonstrate that they understand how and why the company performed as it did and can present themselves professionally.
2018-19 Junior Achievement of East Central Ohio JA Student Companies
Bats Around Town
Simple Starters Inc.
Skyline Custom Clothing
S.O.L.E Solutions (Save. Our. Living. Earth)
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is like and some of the tools and technology
they will use in the future.”
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