For students attending the JA 21st Century Career Skills Workshops on Friday, April 22:
Click on the link to the brief survey after each workshop:
Raise Glasses While Raising Money!
Going out for happy hour? Why not grab your friends and fellow coworkers and join us at W XYZ bar at the Aloft Hotel in downtown Greenville between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm on May 19th? The W XYZ bar is a fresh new gathering spot inside the Aloft Hotel which is located at 5 W Laurens St.
Have you been practicing your swing?
This June is our 17th annual JA Golf Tournament! Join us for a day of fun, food and good times, all for a great cause, raising money for Junior Achievement of Upstate SC! Click HERE to find out how you can be a part of this Upstate tradition.
JA It's My Future program is "life changing" according to this Lakeview Middle School student.
Middle School Students Map Their Futures
This young Junior Achievement student was so inspired by the JA It's My Future program that she created a mural in her middle school hallway entitled, "What path will you choose?"
Read the full article from the Greenville Business Magazine.
JA Entrepreneurship Week: Success Beyond Measure
November 16th through 20th was national JA Entrepreneurship Week. These local entrepreneurs and Junior Achievement advocates went into local class rooms to talk with high school students about what it means to be an entrepreneur and their personal journey to get to where they are.
Thank you to these fantastic individuals that took time out of their schedules in order to spend some time with students.
BO AUGHTRY, Windsor Aughtry, Principal
JERMEY BOEH, Next High School, Director of Entrepreneurship
SHARON DAY, Sales Activation Group, CEO
ZACH EIKENBERRY, Next High School, Founding CEO
JASON FREEMAN, J. Freeman and Associates, Owner & CEO
ELIZABETH GARRISON-RASOR, Ever-Green Recycling, Ecopreneur
TIM GRANT, Resurgent, CEO
CHARLOTTE GROCE, DBA Palmetto Outdoor Spaces, President
To See The Full List Click Here
Thank You to all of Our Champions!
Whether you demonstrated your support of Junior Achievement by teaching a JA course in the classroom, attending a JA event, or sponsoring a school, we are very grateful. To see a list of our 2014-15 JA Champions, click here. To see more about the 2015 Champions Celebration, click here. New opportunities are available now! Call us at 864-244-4017!
Junior Achievement Sparks Student Success
JA impacted 5 million U.S.. students in more than 200,000 classrooms in 2014-2015.
Our volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to empower students to dream big and reach their potential. With the help of more than 213,000 volunteers nationwide, JA students develop the skills they need to experience the realities and opportunities of work and entrepreneurship in the 21st-century global marketplace.