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NEW DATE ADDEDTO BIZ BOWL 2017!
Are you a JA Alum? Tell us your JA story!
January is Junior Achievement Alumni month and we are currently seeking local JA Alumni to share their JA stories. If you have been impacted by one or more of the JA programs at any point when you were in school,
We have made it easy, simply click this link. Download the form, fill in your information, click on the "Click Here" button at the bottom, and you're done!
Research Shows Impact of JA on Alumni
For nearly 100 years, Junior Achievement (JA) has been the premier organization to provide students in kindergarten through high school with knowledge and skills in financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship that lead to a successful future.
Today, more than 100 million students have been positively impacted by JA.
In the spring of 2016, Junior Achievement USA (JA) conducted a survey of more than 700 JA alumni to gain a better understanding of the impact of JA programs. The participating alumni were drawn from a representative sample of the U.S. population.
Some of the findings are very interesting, CLICK HERE to review.
LOCAL JA ALUMNUS Carlos Phillips, President & CEO of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce
Hear Carlos speak about how Junior Achievement impacted his life at the "JAm Fest, Partners in Achievement Breakfast" at the One Conference Center in Greenville on November 16th, 2016.
Hear from Melissa McMillian, now a sophomore at Southside High School, how her middle school days were tough and how JA helped her turn that around.
JA Upstate Volunteers and Donors help to spread the "JA" word!
On November 16th, 2016 several volunteers, corporate donors and individuals came together to share their stories of inspiration, words of enlightenment as well as their help to spread the word about the impact JA is making in our community. Click on the picture below to hear their remarks about JA of Upstate SC.