JA of Wisconsin in Winnebago Area
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Community First Career Exploration and Financial Literacy Center
11 Tri-Park Way
Appleton, WI 54914
The Junior Achievement office in the Winnebago Area is one of 12 area offices in the state. Governed by a local board of directors comprised of business and community leaders, the Winnebago Area is serving approximately 15,000 students in more than 650 classrooms in Dodge, Fond du Lac, Outagamie, Waupaca, and Winnebago counties.
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Winnebago Area Events
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin 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.
Call the Winnebago Junior Achievement office for more information about upcoming events at 920-882-0773.
JA Titan Business Challenge
JA Technical Careers Challenge
Volunteer Appreciation Event
Winnebago Area Board of Directors
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Thank you for supporting Junior Achievement. Your support provides more students with the power to own their own potential. Donate online below or mail your check payable to "Junior Achievement" to:
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin - Winnebago Area
300 N Appleton St, Suite 3
Appleton, WI 54911
Please call (920) 882-0773 if you have any questions or if we can help in any way. Thank you!
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