Volunteers are needed to teach Junior Achievement curriculum to elementary students as part of the 2nd Annual Jacksonville MoneyWi$e Week held April 29 – May 3, 2013. MoneyWi$e Week is a week of activities and events celebrating the importance of good money management and providing financial education designed to help us all become more wise about money. The Week will offer... Read More About Volunteer Opportunities: April 29 - May 3 »
[caption id="attachment_127" align="alignnone" width="584"] Waverly Academy students.[/caption] Throughout February and March the Citi Women’s Network team taught JA programs to 6th and 7th grade girls at Waverly Academy. These lessons are part of Junior Achievement’s JA Girl$ initiative, a program that aims to prepare girls for their financial futures. The Citi women volunteers taught... Read More About Citi Women’s Network Inspire Girls at Waverly Academy »
[caption id="attachment_134" align="aligncenter" width="584"] "I would encourage anyone who has experienced life's lessons to volunteer for JA," says Beth Tramel, DCPS Supervisor of Minority Business Affairs and JA Volunteer.[/caption] Today's volunteer spotlight highlights Beth Tramel. Beth works for Duval County Public Schools and is volunteering for Junior Achievement as part of the ... Read More About Volunteer Spotlight: Beth Tramel »
Junior Achievement’s annual Teens and Personal Finance Survey provides a snapshot of teens’ behaviors and attitudes around money management. The key findings of Junior Achievement’s 2013 Teens and Personal Finance Survey illustrate a teen population that is more optimistic now than in past years about its financial future, yet faces challenges related to effectively managing its money. ... Read More About 2013 Teens and Personal Finance Survey »
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