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Junior Achievement of Ross County

Welcome

The   objective   of   Junior   Achievement   of   Ross   County,   in   common with   those   of   national,   is   to   ensure   that   every   child   in   America has a fundamental understanding of the free enterprise system. Junior   achievement   uses   classroom   and   hands-on   experience   to teach    the    concepts    of    work    readiness,    entrepreneurship    and financial    literacy    to    the    youth    of    Ross    County.        This    is    a partnership   between   the   business   community,   educators,   and volunteers. In   the   2019-2020   school   year,   the   programs   reached   over   1,800 students    in    over    90    classrooms.        This    is    made    possible    by donations...and almost 100 volunteers.  The   donations   to   the   program   are   used   to   purchase   classroom supplies,   which   cost   $470   per   class.      Junior   Achievement   of   Ross County   is   organized   exclusively   for   the   charitable   or   educational purposes within the meaning of Sections 501(c)(3) of the IRC.

Announcements

Junior Achievement of Ross County would like to thank Kathy Ray for over 18 years of service as the county program’s liaison.  In that time period, she has helped bring the message of financial literacy to thousands of students by connecting them with hundreds of volunteers.  She leaves the liaison position and is bringing her knowledge and enthusiasm for JA to a board position.  Thanks for your service to JA Kathy! 
Junior Achievement
 Partnership Sponsors
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Welcome

The   objective   of   Junior   Achievement   of   Ross   County,   in   common   with   those of    national,    is    to    ensure    that    every    child    in    America    has    a    fundamental understanding of the free enterprise system. Junior   achievement   uses   classroom   and   hands-on   experience   to   teach   the concepts   of   work   readiness,   entrepreneurship   and   financial   literacy   to   the youth    of    Ross    County.        This    is    a    partnership    between    the    business community, educators, and volunteers. In   the   2019-2020   school   year,   the   programs   reached   over   1,800   students   in over   90   classrooms.      This   is   made   possible   by   donations...and   almost   100 volunteers.  The   donations   to   the   program   are   used   to   purchase   classroom   supplies, which   cost   $470   per   class.      Junior   Achievement   of   Ross   County   is   organized exclusively   for   the   charitable   or   educational   purposes   within   the   meaning   of Sections 501(c)(3) of the IRC.

Announcements

Junior Achievement of Ross County would like to thank Kathy Ray for over 18 years of service as the county program’s liaison.  In that time period, she has helped bring the message of financial literacy to thousands of students by connecting them with hundreds of volunteers.  She leaves the liaison position and is bringing her knowledge and enthusiasm for JA to a board position.  Thanks for your service to JA Kathy! 
Junior Achievement
        of Ross County