Locally, Junior Achievement of Mahoning Valley reached 8,855 students in 421 classrooms during the 2014-2015 school year. Over 465 individuals volunteered their time in the classroom. These passionate volunteers, investors, educators, and local leaders are individuals who care enough to make a difference in a child's life through the enrichment with the JA experience. For many children, experiencing JA is seeing an activity and visualizing a future where their dreams can become reality.
Students in the JA Be Entrepreneurial Program at Canfield High School competed for the best product idea and pitch!
AND THE WINNERS ARE:
Best Product Idea - Easy Strainer
Best Video Pitch Presentation - Can Closer
Congrats to the winners!
This was a public voting contest. All of the submitted videos are from students in Canfield High School's JA Be Entrepreneurial Program. The JA Be Entrepreneurial programs are funded through a grant from the Burton D. Morgan Foundation and this this contest being sponsored by Junior Achievement of Mahoning Valley, Inc. and HopeStar, LLC.#JAQuickPitch