Tomorrow Needs You Today
We are living in uncertain, yet transformational times. Here at Junior Achievement, we are providing students with tools, resources and the support they need to create a brighter, more equitable future. But we can't do it alone!

A core pillar of Junior Achievement’s mission is to prepare a generation that is more financially knowledgeable, responsible, and empowered. Our latest initiative is our Books, Bucks and Backpacks Campaign.

This campaign's goal is to bring financial, reading and health literacy to children and families in South Florida in an effort to better prepare our children for a successful financial future.

Did you know that 42% of American parents do not discuss basic money needs with their children? We want to change that. We want to provide children and families with the resources needed to start this conversation by addressing the lack of information available. By supplying families with information and activities, we hope to make finance and basic money needs become a much easier discussion to have with today's youth.

Invest today in tomorrow's leaders by joining our Books, Bucks and Backpacks movement.
For more information contact Robyn Harper at (954) 979-7124 or email
Do it With Passion

Special Guest Nancy Roman of Beachside Montessori Village is a proud supporter of JA programs. Nancy teaches 8th graders, and played a crucial role in guiding her students in the JA Fellows Company program as they created their product, LiquiBag .

Our teachers, parents and volunteers play an important part in our mission. Are you ready to join the JA volunteer family?
Why JA and Why Now?

The economic fallout from the COVID-19 crisis has impacted everyone. It has been particularly challenging for women, African-Americans and Hispanics, those lacking education beyond high school, and, most notably, the young. 

Undoubtedly, there are substantial systemic changes that need to happen. The hope is these changes will eliminate structural barriers to progress for everyone aspiring to reach their potential in this country.
Germ Genie Gives Back to the Community
Students in the JA Fellows program are taught many aspects of business including the value of having a social impact. In addition to Germ Genie 's $1,000 prize for winning the People's Choice Award for Company Commercial, these young entrepreneurs donated another $2,400 to their benefiting organization, Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital .
50 Episodes, 50 Recipes for Success
This episode welcomes the JA Fellows Company Program students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School's Good Scents .

Other recent guests include Germ Genie , President Gregory Haile and Jessica Lerner . Each guest has shared his/her ingredients to success.

The show appears every Tuesday and Friday morning at 8:30 am on YouTube, Facebook and various podcast apps.
More JA Resources Available on our Website
Thank You Storefront Partners
JA BizTown
Dave & Lorraine Thomas
JA BizTown
JA Finance Park
JA World Huizenga Center
at the Lillian S. Wells Pavilion
1130 Coconut Creek Blvd.
Coconut Creek, FL 33066