JA Kindergartener Explains
Needs vs. Wants
Junior Achievement volunteer Rachel Davey from Vitalius Real Estate Group shares her story about getting involved with JA, and how her students seemed to grasp more than she imagined!
My journey with Junior Achievement began 4 years ago. My background is in education and I
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Maine Banks Visit Local Classrooms to Promote Financial Literacy Through Junior Achievement of Maine
The Maine Bankers Association (MBA) supports Junior Achievement programming across the state, providing numerous volunteers and financial support to ensure more students benefit from JA programming. MBA understands the importance of...
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JA is Hiring!
We are always looking for dedicated staff members who believe in JA's mission and want to educate Maine's youth in financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work-readiness.
Part time position, approximately 25 hours a week
This position is...
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'Tis the Season to Volunteer!
As we head into the final weeks of 2019, Junior Achievement is excited and ready to kick off the new year on track to impact more students than ever before - but we need your help! Below are our biggest needs for the spring semester:
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Local Company Hosts Students through Junior Achievement Job Shadow Day
Students from Bonny Eagle Middle School had quite the experience earlier this month visiting a local manufacturing company. The group of 23 8th graders hopped on a school bus and traveled to Portland to tour the facilities of Nichols Portland , a maker of precision powder metal fixed and...
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