June 26 , 2018
ABOUT JA EVENTS PROGRAMS
An Experience They Will Never Forget!


We are extremely proud of the two JA Fellows teams that represented Junior Achievement of South Florida at the JA National Student Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. This was the second consecutive year two teams from our area were invited to compete for "JA National Company of the Year." A total of 15 teams out of more than 500 nationwide are selected to participate. Just having two of the 15 teams there is an amazing achievement!  Thanks to Deloitte  for sponsoring the trip to D.C.

"Alpha Solutions" (NSU University School) and "NuCool" (South Broward High School) did a remarkable job presenting their companies to business leaders in our nation's capital, and had some fun too! Check out a quick highlight video of the trip, and keep an eye out for our teams at the 2:18 and 2:30 mark!


For more information about the 2018-19 JA Fellows program, contact Martha Rios at Martha@JASouthFlorida.org (954) 979-7103 or visit JASouthFlorida.org.

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K nock Some Down Pins for Junior Achievement! Register for the JA Bowl-A-Thon.

Junior Achievement of South Florida's annual Bowl-A-Thon is a great opportunity to get your friends, coworkers and family together to have a great time while also raising money for JA programs!

The JA Bowl-A-Thons take place on September 26 at Strikes in Boca Raton and on September 28 at Sparez in Davie. There are sponsorships available as a great marketing opportunity. Your company could be featured in all participant communications, on social media, during the events and on event collateral. For more information, contact Kacee Reid at (954) 979-7108 or Kacee@JASouthFlorida.org.

Board of Directors Celebrate
Another Successful Year!


Last week, Junior Achievement of South Florida's Board of Directors gathered for their final meeting of the year and celebrated the organization's accomplishments.  They also recognized the Chairs of all JA board committees and events. Special thanks to Amy Allen for two years of leadership and service as Board Chair. Congratulations to new Board Chair Peter Anderson and the 2018-20 Executive Committee:

Chair - Peter Anderson
Vice Chair - Tim Rubin
Treasurer - Geoffrey Horst
Secretary - Tim Hogans
Immediate Past Chair - Amy Allen
Audit Committee Chair - Mark Walter
Development Chair - Shawn Sackman
Governance Committee Chair - Bob Lamm
Innovative Initiatives Committee Chair - Andrew Koenig
Marketing Committee Chair - Brandon Hensler
Programs Committee Chair - Kathy Foster
Members-at-Large - Stu Morris and John Ray III


JA BizTown Camp is Filling up Fast!


After a successful JA CEO Academy Camp last week, our JA BizTown Camp are now in full swing. Join the fun at JA World Huizenga Center at the Lillian S. Wells Pavilion. Our campers experience running a business, managing their own bank accounts and discovering exciting career opportunities! Also enjoy fun activities and field trips on the Broward College North Campus.  There's still time to register for our July camps: 

Dates: July 9-13 or July 16-20
 
Ages: 8-13
Leader in Training (LIT): 14-16
 
Hours: 9 a.m.-3 p.m (Extended Hours 8-6 p.m.)
 
Fees: 
$250 per week
AM Care (8-9 a.m.) is $50 per week
PM Care (3-6 p.m.) is $75 per week
$150 per week for LITs (8 a.m.-6 p.m.)
 
Location:
JA World Huizenga Center at the Lillian S. Wells Pavilion
1130 Coconut Creek Blvd., Coconut Creek, FL 33066

Bank of America Supports JA Career Bound with $10,000 Donation

JA Board Member Alfredo Aguirre presents President/CEO Laurie Sallarulo and Board Chair Amy Allen with a $10,000 check from Bank of America.
Junior Achievement of South Florida appreciates all of our JA Career Bound supporters, including Bank of America Charitable Foundation, which recently  made a $10,000 contribution supporting the 2018-19 program.

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation supports programs designed to advance pathways to economic mobility in order to build thriving communities. Special emphasis is directed toward workforce development and education, community development, and basic needs. Support is given primarily in areas of company operations.

JA Career Bound is an 8-month cutting-edge, skills-building leadership program where select high school sophomore and junior students learn the skills necessary to succeed in today's workforce. 

Junior Achievement of South Florida inspires and prepares young people to succeed in a competitive, global economy by providing real world training in financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness.
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Junior Achievement of South Florida
JA World Huizenga Center at Broward College
1130 Coconut Creek Blvd, Coconut Creek, FL 33066 
954-979-7100 
JASouthFlorida.org