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March 30, 2017


Junior Achievement of South Central Pennsylvania Awarded Prestigious 2015-2016 Peak Performance Award and 4-Star Award from Junior Achievement USA

September 1, 2017

Central Penn Business Journal ,September 1, 2017 Edition

Guest View written by Tom Russell: A back-to-school lesson for business

September 4, 2017

Junior Achievement of South Central Pennsylvania Garners Top Positions in JA USA Rankings and Looks to Reach a Record Breaking Number of Students

September 14, 2017

Bold Creative Media helps Junior Achievement of South Central Pennsylvania Celebrate its 16th Year of Providing JA BizTown to Area Students with a New JA BizTown Video

New BizTown Video

Bear Creek Elementary and Burrowes/Carter & MacRae Elementary School Students Featured in Junior Achievement of South Central Pennsylvania's New JA BizTown Video

October 4, 2017

Blue Ridge Communications 11 Article

9th graders at Ephrata High School participate in a day of STEM.  Community professionals, volunteers and school district administrators aim to inspire young minds and create a sense of wonder.

November 8, 2017

The Ephrata Review news article written by Michele Walter Fry published on November 8, 2017.  

Cocalico students attend STEM Summit

November 9, 2017

Twenty-two PwC Team Members Share Financial Literacy and Career Readiness with 605 New Cumberland Middle School Students

PwC Collage Photo

November 14, 2017

JA's STEM Summit Debuts VEX Robotics at Hempfield High School on November 14th 

Photos- Visit by Pennsylvania Deputy Secretary of Elementary and Secondary Education, Matt Stem, VEX Robotics

November 20, 2017

Hanover Area Banks Come Together as business Mentor Volunteers to Bring JA's YES! Program to Hanover Middle School

Photos- Santader Bank, PeoplesBank, White Rose Credit Union, and Members 1st Federal Credit Union

December 8, 2017

Twenty-six Fulton Bank Business Mentors Share Financial Literacy with the Entire 320 Students of Ephrata High School's Junior Class