Work Readiness        -      Entrepreneurship       -     Financial Literacy

Junior Achievement of Brazoria County, Inc.         October 2019

Junior Achievement: Empowering young people to  own their economic success.
Clute Intermediate
October 30, 2019

Angleton Lanes
November 2-11, 2019

Brazosport College
November 22, 2019

LJ Civic Center
February 29, 2020
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Junior Achievement 
Board of Directors

Anne Allstott-Chair
Dianna Kile-Vice Chair
Marinell Music-Financial Officer

Warren Allen-Dow Chemical
Anne Allstott-TDECU
Jimmie Birmingham-Area Print
House Speaker Dennis Bonnen
John Brau - Quorum
Darren Brooks - Shintech
Tammi Byrd-Rodan+Field
Steve Carroll-Republic Waste
Joyce Chapa-BASF Retired
Tim Daeschner-BASF
Tiffany Davis-Business Essentials
Matt Edquist-Patterson & Edquist
Tammy Fillip-Lamon's
Barbara Franklin-BC Com Found
Ranelle Hampy-Texas Gulf Bank
Jerry Hart-AFLAC
Kayla James-Chevron Phillips
Dianna Kile-Kile Consulting
Kevin Land-Dow Retired
Kristin Matter-Dow Chemical
Shalako McGinnis-Dow Chemical
Jaqueline McMahon-Woodforest
Kevin Meyer-Dow Chemical
Jerry Monical-Wood Group
Butch Murrell-G C Mechanical
Marinell Music-Lucy Goose Market
Lynne Robbins-Texas Gulf Bank
Tim Rowe-BASF
Paula Schroller-Testengeer
Ravi Singhania-Port Freeport
Ed Smolen-Dow Chemical
Larry Stanley-Retired Braz Co.
Jackie St. Pierre-Chevron Phillips
Krystal Webb-WoodForest Bank
Mark Thornton-Zachry

Applications for Board Members are being taken for this fiscal year.  979.549.0800
2018 - 2019 Grant Funders
    Brazoria County
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Give Students a Gift That 
Will Last a Lifetime!

A want versus a need. How to create and maintain a budget. Don't you wish that someone had taught you those things as you were growing up? Now there is someone. YOU!
If you've been meaning to make a contribution, now's the time. Your donation today makes it possible for students to take control of their future. 
"We hear all the time that kids can't balance a checkbook but the JA programs help them not only do these kinds of things but they help them to see what it takes to run a business. What are the economics that are involved in that?  It helps them run their own lives better." - B'Port teacher

You have the power to give a student the successful future they desire. A $25 gift supports a 5-12 week JA program for a student. Let them know they can count on you by making a one-time or reoccurring donation today.
About Junior Achievement
6,000 + young people at nearly 50 schools and organizations benefit from Junior Achievement of Brazoria County programs each year, with help from more than 300 dedicated volunteers. JA programs change lives by giving young people the tools to thrive and teaching three crucial lessons: personal financial responsibility, workforce readiness and entrepreneurial thinking. JA empowers young people to own their economic success. This mission is accomplished through volunteers who take the time to teach JA, provide role model behavior and establish a mentoring relationship with students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. Junior Achievement of Brazoria County serves all school districts in the county as well as private schools, after school and in school groups and organizations.

Online Tool For Teens, Educators & Parents

JA, with the support of The Hartford, has launched  JA MyBiz Builder. It's a free online tool for teens, educators and parents.
With hands-on activities, this free tool allows teens to create and test a business plan.

Business leaders claim that the generation of students entering the workplace lacks many critical "soft" skills like problem solving and critical thinking, abilities that contribute to an individual's and an organization's success. Details here
Junior Achievement
of Brazoria County, Inc.
225 Parking Way
P.O. Box 83
Lake Jackson, TX 77566
979-549-0800 - Kim
979-549-0805 - Tova
866-297-5742 - Fax

Kim Effenberger,  President/CEO:

Tova Heimeyer,  Program Manager
Thank You for Making a Difference
JA Bowl-a-thon
Get your teams and team building slots reserved now.
Proceeds from this event help provide financial literacy, entrepreneurial and work readiness programs to almost 7,000 students annually. or 979.549.0800
JA in a Day 10.30.19
Individuals, teams and companies are all welcome.  Training and all materials are provided thanks to a grant from Dow Chemical and TDECU or 979.549.0805
Thank you to all who helped make the 
Brazoria County 
a huge success
2019 laureates
Speaker Dennis Bonnen; Hall of Famers-Mike Sorrell; Ann Johnston; Jarrod D. Smith; Gregg Knape,DVM;  Rep. Ed Thompson
Scholarship Winners: Chair-Joyce Chapa, COlby Patterson, Casie Byrd, Coltin Foster, Alyssa Grover, Larissa Kidd, Ashley Cadorette

Educator of the Year-Denise Janak, Volunteer of the Year Pamela D. Nagel

Thank you to the above sponsors
Volunteering 5-6 hours with Junior Achievement allows children to learn financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work readiness skills from a caring adult like you!  
You can Make a Difference
(All materials and training are provided.)
Local youth need you.
We are getting teacher requests in daily seeking volunteers to facilitate the JA programs in their classrooms. You pick the dates and times that work best for you and we will find you a class close to work or home. 
For questions contact: 
Tova Heimeyer, Program Manager at or  979.549.0805

This would be a great opportunity for a team of volunteers, individuals, co-workers or friends.
Thank you for supporting Junior Achievement and continuing to grow Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, and Work Readiness for our future leaders!
Let Junior Achievement provide FREE financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness programs for your students.
(All materials and training are provided.)
We find the volunteers, train them, provide the games and curriculum.  You and volunteer work out the dates and times that work best for your classroom and watch as your students grasp those concepts in a fun, hands on kind of way. 
For questions contact: 
Tova Heimeyer, Program Manager at or  979.549.0805