Greenville Business Magazine, June 2019
"Junior Achievement: Dedicated to readying the workforce"
"With a nonprofit, you understand that if you've got a good mission, and a good vision, you are never, ever finished," she says. "At some point, we want to be able to say that every child who graduates in South Carolina—because JA is all over the state—has classes in work readiness skills that make them a qualified member of the workforce pipeline and a personal finance course so they're ready to manage their own finances. That would be a great success." Read more
Greenville CEO, Connie Lanzl on Junior Achievement's mission.
Thursday, June 27, 2019 Click here to view video.
Connie Lanzl of Junior Achievement of Upstate South Carolina, Being Economically Stable
Friday, May 3rd, 2019 Click here to view video.
Junior Achievement has partnered with Greenville County Schools to teach an all-day career development class called "It's My Future" to roughly 5,000 seventh and eighth grade students this year. The program helps kids think about their future now so they can start thinking about how to map an education and training path to get there. Read More
#GoodNews: Preparing our future for workforce readiness/ JORDAN
Junior Achievement of Upstate South Carolina is currently helping students in every middle school in Greenville County think about their futures. With the help of awesome volunteers and teachers, these students have the opportunity to learn about career clusters, create their personal brand, discover and develop soft skills, and map out their careers to look at potential internship and job opportunities (not just ones requiring a degree). Read More