April 30, 2018
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JA-Trained Interns are 
Ready to Work for You!

Horatio Alger Scholarship recipient Geomani Brooks (right) and President and CEO Laurie Sallarulo at the
JA Fellows Spark Tank Finale.

Do you have a business challenge to solve, projects that have been on your to-do list for months, research that needs to be done or social media and marketing strategies you'd like to implement? JA Career Bound graduates are ready to help.
 
James Donnelly, Founder and CEO of Castle Group, spoke out at a recent JA board of directors meeting in support of hiring trained high school students, like JA Career Bound graduates for internships. "The high school students we have hired have proven to be very valuable employees.  At Castle Group we are committed to running a robust internship program so we can build a pipeline of employees for our company." 

At our recent JA Business Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony, City Furniture offered an internship to Geomani Brooks, a JA Fellows student who received the Horatio Alger Scholarship.  This is the third internship opportunity City Furniture has provided to JA Career Bound graduates!

Ready to invest in tomorrow's workforce?
Contact us to arrange for a summer intern.

Debbie Elliott, Youth Employment Manager  
or (954) 979-7101

JA Business Hall of Fame Raises Over $500,000 for JA Programs


Thanks to generous donations, Junior Achievement of South Florida raised more than $500,000 at its 30th Annual JA Business Hall of Fame Awards Celebration, presented by Delta Air Lines, on Tuesday, April 24.

"On behalf of the 50,000 students we serve each year, I congratulate the Laureates and honorees and thank our sponsors, supporters and guests for making this year's JA Business Hall of Fame Awards Celebration a huge success," said President/CEO Laurie Sallarulo. "We are so proud of the impact Junior Achievement programs have had on over 900,000 students since 1959. This event was incredible in so many ways. The students who participated in the evening's program inspired our guests to not only support JA, but to get involved and help us create a generation of problem solvers and innovators that will lead us into the future."


Haven't Made your Summer Plans Yet?
Don't fear, JA summer camps are here! 

I f you have students 8-16 years old, don't miss the opportunity to give them a summer they'll never forget! Junior Achievement of South Florida offers three unique and fun summer camps - JA BizTown Camp, JA CEO Academy and JA Coding/Robotics Camp.

All three are designed for campers to enjoy activity packed days, meet other campers and take them to imaginary places they have never been! Check out what our past campers have said about their experiences:


Thank You, Humane Society
of Broward County!

The Humane Society of Broward County generously supports Junior Achievement of South Florida as one of our JA BizTown storefront sponsors.

In the storefront, the CEO, Sales Manager and Adoption Counselors work together to get pets adopted, sell supplies and educate other students about the responsibilities of owning a furry friend.  Thank you, Humane Society of Broward County!


Junior Achievement of South Florida Welcomes New Board Members

Junior Achievement is so proud of the members of our Board of Directors. These 50 individuals are high-ranking representatives from diverse industries who are passionate about the mission of Junior Achievement, serve as Ambassadors in the community and participate in the oversight of the organization. 
 
We are proud to announce the election of a few recent board members who have been involved and already proven their commitment to the organization. Congratulations and welcome to the JA family.

Chair Elect Peter Anderson (left) and President/CEO Laurie Sallarulo (right) with new Board Members Joel Mayersohn, Dickinson Wright, and Dr. Nicole Mancini, School Board of Broward County.


Past President John Ray III (far left) and President/CEO Laurie Sallarulo (far right) welcome the newest Board Members: (left to right) James Robertson, Allegiance Crane & Equipment LLC; Tom Loffredo, GrayRobinson, PA; Michelle Martinez Reyes, Greenspoon Marder; Richard Rodriguez, Centuric;  and Shane Strum, Memorial Healthcare Systems.  (Not pictured is Dawn Stagliano, Comcast).


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.
Thank You Storefront Partners

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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