Junior Achievement hosts many events across the state designed to recognize partners, increase awareness of its mission and raise funds to teach students about entrepreneurship, global workforce readiness and personal financial literacy. Find out more about these activities and the ways you can be involved by calling the Junior Achievement Racine and Kenosha counties office at (262) 638-4338.
Junior Achievement is proud to announce this year's recipients of the Batten Memorial Scholarship – Taylor Shufelt and Anneliese Tomlinson, both of J.I. Case High School. This annual award is offered to the most deserving applicants who are seniors in high school anywhere in Racine County. Each will receive $1,000 toward any education beyond high school in the form of a scholarship. Read more here.
JA Bowl A Thon
January 27, 2018
Bowl A Thon participants will raise money to support Junior Achievement's local educational programs that empower young people to own their economic success. Racine and Kenosha County businesses will be coming together to support Junior Achievement and enjoy bowling, food and prizes! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Racine & Kenosha JA Business Challenge
February 22, 2018
High School students from across Racine & Kenosha Counties will compete to see who can come out on top in this simulation of running a global business. Who will advance to the state championship?
Check back this summer for more information on registering and sponsorships. We will once again host this tournament at the SCI iMet on Gateway Technical College's campus in Sturtevant.