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Award Recipients of Junior Achievement's 2018 National Leadership Conference
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 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

This year's 2018 National Leadership Conference (NLC) took place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin as Junior Achievement of Wisconsin served as host to Junior Achievement (JA) associates from all over the country. Throughout the week-long event, JA employees and sponsors came together as friends and business colleagues. Concluding the week were awards given to JA associates who have displayed dedication,...

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4 Employee Benefits of Corporate Volunteerism
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 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

What will community volunteerism do for your work family? America's Charities reports that the average business turnover rate in all U.S. industries is 15.1% with those making under $75,000 or less a year, costing $15,000 to be replaced. That is hard-earned money that is being taken out of the budget to find someone who may or may not be the right fit for the position. In this era of hiring, it is...

Research reveals boys' interest in STEM careers declining; girls' interest unchanged
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 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

New 2018 research conducted on behalf of Junior Achievement and Ernst & Young LLP (EY) illustrates how in just one year after first being surveyed, high school age teens’ career ambitions have shifted further away from careers in STEM and the arts and how more 13-17-year-old students are expecting to take out loans to help pay for...

Q & A with JA College Student Volunteer
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 By Hannah Henry

Community Involvement

As Zachary Robles walks on to shake the president’s hand of Kent University, his smile is not only for being the first generation to complete a Bachelor’s Degree in Management, but for the pride he feels for having made an impact in his local community.

Managing full class schedules and contemplating future career paths, Robles made time to teach Junior Achievement programs in his local...

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Financial Literacy & Middle Schoolers
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 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

What is Financial Literacy? Financial literacy is the all-inclusive concept of budgeting, management of credit, understanding of saving, spending and earning. Essentially, financial literacy is everything that involves your financial health.Yet, one can't consider being literate in finance by being able to balance a checkbook or being hired. The fundamentals of financial literacy look at present...

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Financial Literacy in Elementary School
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 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

What is financial literacy? Financial literacy can be understood as the skillset or knowledge to manage monetary resources efficiently in order to accommodate one's needs today and in the future. Some of the basic fundamentals that make up a financially literate individual include: the ability to budget, how to go about saving, the impact of credit and debt, investing towards one's future, and the...

Grow Learning: Books for Middle Schoolers
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 By Hannah Henry

Corporate Responsibility

According to a poll of middle and high school students, conducted by the National Education Association, 56% of students said they read more than 10 books a year. Survey results stated that middle schoolers read the most, with an average of 70% reading more than 10 books a year, compared to 49% of high school students. At Junior Achievement we love literacy, financial literacy in particular. Here...

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Sprout JA Learning Early: Books for Kindergarteners
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 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

According to the National Education Association, children who are read to frequently are more likely to count to 20 or higher when starting school compared to those who were not read to. Engage with your child by checking out the following books that focus on concepts of careers and money all while helping them develop basic learning...

How to Write a Check
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

I remember walking into the school book fair with a blank check from my parents. The purpose of the oddly shaped paper was unknown to my 8-year-old self, but the value was priceless to me. After having my teacher assist me in writing all the necessary fields, I gave it to the cashier and left with my new arts and crafts book. Fast forward, I was writing my first check. Without a teacher looking...

How to Include Volunteer Work on Your Resume in 2018
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

Congratulations! After hours of sweat and smiles, you've finished your volunteer efforts but how are you going to make them stand out on a resume? Of course, you could intertwine your experience in your face-to-face interview... or add it to your professional network profile in hopes that your potential new employer will do some "digging" about you, but the question remains -- will it make a...



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