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Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis has Online Resources for Parent and Teachers

For More Information Contact:
Angelina Yarbrough
Junior Achievement is providing free online resources to teachers and parents/guardians for
Kindergarten through 12th grade students. Programs can be requested at www.jastl.org.
How you can help:
Share: the website link with teachers, parents, friends, and through social media. The more the
word gets out about these resources, the better JA will be able to support those who can use
them the most. Click HERE for video.
Give: JA is encouraging anyone who can to sponsor a JA Student for $25
at www.jastl.org/donate-now . JA is still reaching students at no cost to educators and parents.
Impact: Junior Achievement’s impact is lasting. In a recent study conducted by a team at
Washington University, of those adults who were in Junior Achievement as students:
• 97% graduated high school with a GED or higher
• 68% have a four-year bachelor degree or higher
• 40% are involved with business ownership
• 98% are confident in managing their money
CLICK HERE to see more stats from our third party study
“We are blessed with a community of amazing individuals who are working together to support the education of our youth,” said Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis President & CEO Lori Jacob. “We feel great about opening up our quality programs and activities for our educators and parents to utilizetoday.”
About Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis - Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis (JASTL) was founded in 1943. Encompassing 78 counties in Missouri and southern Illinois, JASTL served more than 171,044 K-12 students in 856 schools during the 2018-19 school year. JA programs are offered in parochial, private, and public schools and education centers throughout the St. Louis Metropolitan region, with district operations in outlying areas.
For more information, visit www.jastl.org
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