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Junior Achievement of South Central PA is pleased to be able to make this program available to local high schools thanks to the support of the business community.         

This program will reach over 10,000 students in the 2016-2017 school year.   This will require nearly 1,500 volunteers. 

To find out more information on the STEM Summit and how you can help, click on the Educator's Overview link below:

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View STEM Summit         2017-2018 Schedule
 

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Collaboration is the key:

Junior Achievement of South Central PA is pleased to be able to make this program available to local high schools thanks to the support of the business community. 

 

              

 

   

What JA will provide

Junior Achievement will be responsible for organizing and hosting the event.   This will include:

  1.  Providing all volunteers for event  (approximately 35)
  2.  Providing all supplies and support materials
  3.  Pipe and Drape for dividing gym
  4.  Coordination and supervision for event
  5.  Handouts for students
  6.  Website follow-up materials

What the school needs to provide

In order for the day to be successful, there are a number of activities that are best performed by school staff.   We will review the list in more detail and can work around some of the issues.

 

  1. Creating student agendas
  2. Grouping students
  3. Staffing needs- need one teacher for each of nine groups
  4. Space requirements – 3 classrooms, gym, and possibly auditorium
  5. Set up - access for JA after school day before.
  6. Knock Down – completed after day in 2 hours
  7. Tables and Chairs
  8. Parking for volunteers
  9. Reception room for volunteers
  10. Coffee and pastry
  11. Host lunch for volunteers
  12. Students as greeters and hosts