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Counting Money With Kindergarteners

Counting Money With Kindergarteners

Manager of Evaluation, Research and Innovation Melissa Casey works on counting money with a student while teaching the JA Ourselves curriculum.

Instilling Important Work Readiness Concepts

Instilling Important Work Readiness Concepts

Manager of Communications Natalie Watts discusses important work-readiness concepts to the fifth graders at Andrew Jackson Elementary School while teaching JA Our Nation.

Finding Out What the Class Wants to Be When They Grow Up!

Finding Out What the Class Wants to Be When They Grow Up!

Director of Stewardship Laurie Onstott (left) and Manager of Communications Natalie Watts (right) ask the students what they would like to do or be when they grow up as part of the fifth grade JA curriculum.

Teaching Students the Importance of STEM

Teaching students the importance of STEM

Director of Stewardship Laurie Onstott (left) and Manager of Communications Natalie Laber (right) explain the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to students as they think about future careers.

Showing off the JA Our Region Certificates

Showing off the JA Our Region Certificates

Conference and Training Coordinator Arlene Wanninger (left) and Program Implementation Support Manager Stacie Fieth (right) show off the student certificates for the JA Our Region program

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