JA Scavenger Hunt | Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes

JA Scavenger Hunt


Grand Rapids Fall Event
When: Oct 19-31, 2020
 
Your Company Event:
When: YOU PICK THE DATES!

Create your own Company Scavenger Hunt!

When: Any time between now and June, 2021
Where: Your Neighborhood
Why: To support JA's online programming in financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work readiness for kids K-12
Registration: $10 per person (kids are free!)
Theme: You Pick! Costumes are encouraged.
 
If you need to think about the last time you left your house, it's time to get out! Fresh air is great for your physical and mental health in these uncertain times. Junior Achievement has provided a way to get some mental and physical exercise, practice social distancing guidelines, team build with your friends & family, all while supporting JA's important work in continuing to educate today's young people in a virtual learning environment. Your support of JA has never been more important!
 
THE NEED FOR JA IS MORE IMPORTANT NOW THAN EVER.
Now is a perfect time for JA to connect with our young people via technology, allowing them to keep earning and planning for their future. There may be no better time than today to equip our children with the tools needed to be financially literate as we experience these tumultuous economic times. Participants are encouraged to each raise at least $100. We'll provide all the tools you need to successfully fundraise.
 
 

 SPONSORS:

       

PARTICIPATING TEAMS

 BDO | Choice One Bank | MSUFCU | X-Rite |

 

Become a Sponsor of this fun event!
Sponsorships for these events are critical for Junior Achievement to continue providing life-changing programs to students in our community. These programs are delivered at no cost to students. You can make a difference in the lives of these students by participating in this world-class event! For more information, contact Katrina Mahmoud at katrina.mahmoud@ja.org or (616) 575-9080 ext. 2238.
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • "This is great, it fits my curriculum plan perfectly."

    First grade teacher using the online version of JA's Traditional Curriculum
  • "The JA online programming is a success. After his first lesson, my kindergartener has been talking about good and bad choices all afternoon."

    Parent of student using newly released Online Programming
  • "I like to do this type of school work."

    Middle school student using newly released Online Programming
  • "I liked how the Junior Achievement volunteer explained his job to us."

    Junior Achievement Student

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