Year two of Junior Achievement & EY survey of 13-17-year olds shows how teens’ career ambitions, educational priorities and economic outlook have significantly shifted in one year New 2018 research conducted on behalf of Junior Achievement and Ernst & Young LLP (EY) illustrates how in just one year after first being surveyed, high school age teens’ career ambitions have shifted... Read More About Research reveals boys' interest in STEM careers declining; girls' interest unchanged »
Junior Achievement of North Florida received a State Farm Good Neighbor Citizenship grant to carry out its JA Work$ initiative that teaches workforce preparation to high school students. These students will get a firsthand experience of the working world when they are trained and given a “job” to teach Junior Achievement’s professionally prepared... Read More About State Farm Good Neighbor Citizenship Grant will help Junior Achievement prepare high school students for the workforce »
JA partners with Family Foundations every year for Wi$e Money Week. Wise Money Week, held this year from May 13-19, is a week of activities and events celebrating the importance of good money management and providing financial education designed to help us all become wise about money. Wi$e Money Week was created to offer programs, classes and activities to... Read More About Junior Achievement volunteers teach for 7th Annual Wise Money Week in Jacksonville »
On May 9 THE PLAYERS Championship hosted the FedEx Junior Business Challenge presented by FedEx and JA Worldwide. FedEx and Junior Achievement (JA) Worldwide established the FedEx Junior Business Challenge to help empower the next generation of entrepreneurs and business leaders across the country. FedEx Junior Business Challenge... Read More About 2018 FedEx Junior Business Challenge at THE PLAYERS Championship »
New Study from Junior Achievement and Citizens Bank Shows College Freshmen are Not Much More Prepared to Pay for College than their High School Peers According to a new survey conducted on behalf of Junior Achievement USA and Rhode Island-based Citizens Bank, a troubling majority of high school juniors (52%), high school seniors (39%) and college freshman (34%) say they are unprepared... Read More About Neither High School nor College Students are Prepared to Manage the Cost of College »
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