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Teacher Spotlight: Jason Little, JMG Specialist, Hodgdon High School

As we prepare for the new school year, we'd love to highlight one of our many dedicated educator partners and share his story. Jason Little is a JMG Specialist at Hodgdon High School following in his father's teaching footsteps!    1. How long have you been a teacher? The 2016-2017 school year was my first year as a teacher. My father taught at Hodgdon for 33...
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Past Board Chair Peter Sylvestre Shares his 35+ year JA Journey

Peter Sylvestre just finished his term as Chair of our State Board of Directors and wanted to share his experience with JA over the years. It's quite the story!    My introduction to Junior Achievement started in the early 1980’s. Like many of us, I was looking for a volunteer opportunity that would tie into my business career as a banker. I had no idea what JA was, but...
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JA: Raising the Aspirations of Maine Students

Ben Harris, Principal at Bonny Eagle Middle School in Buxton, ME recently wrote a letter in support of Junior Achievement of Maine and the programs delivered to his students each year.      July 27, 2018   To Whom it May Concern:    I am writing this letter in support of Junior Achievement as they seek funding to support...
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What's it like to Intern for JA Maine?

College student Abby Cough talks about her experience so far this summer as an intern with JA Maine. The internship research process is a drawn out, stress induced period that makes every college student question what they want to do in life. Why is this process so disruptive? It could be that in pouring over internship applications you lose your idea of what you wanted to do in the...
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Assistant Principal Writes Letter in Support of JA

Bonny Eagle Middle School: In Support of Junior Achievement Bonny Eagle Students learned about personal branding in "JA it's My Future". “I first learned of Junior Achievement when I was a sixth grade teacher in Saco. When I became an assistant principal at Bonny Eagle Middle School in 2012, we brought Junior Achievement programming to our seventh and eighth...
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