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Middle Schoolers Milestones for Success
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Financial Literacy

From the 6th grade to 8th grade, students are doing more than just preparing for high school; they are in the awkward stage of responsibility. Between the ages of 11-13, these students don’t have anything immediate on their radar making saving and budgeting even more challenging. This just means it’s the perfect time for parents and educators to motivate them to think...

Elementary Milestones for Future Success
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

From Kindergarten to fifth-grade, most children do not have a clear understanding of finances or money in general. What they learn at this stage in life are concepts that will continue to build as they grow older. While at this stage in their lives, they don't have bills or loans to worry about, it puts their financial future on the horizon and gives them something to think about as they get...

Tariff 101
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Corporate Responsibility

Tariffs are one of the oldest forms of regulated trade policy, as it places a tax on imported goods between two parties to regulate foreign trade to encourage or safeguard domestic industries through reducing the importation of a specific type of...

Credit Card Crash Course
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

Not all credit cards are created equal, which makes choosing one a difficult task.

As of March 2019, Americans paid banks a shocking $113 billion in credit card interest in 2018. While your credit card activities may differ from your colleague or classmate, one thing is for sure: understanding the way your credit card works is a crucial component to any credit...

5 Benefits of Hiring a Student Intern
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

With summer on the horizon, high school and college students are already thinking about their next step: internships. While college students may be viewing an internship as a foot-in to a career after they graduate, high school students are seeking internships to discover what career path they may want to pursue in the future.The benefits of interning as a student are endless, but what do these...

Annapolis Mayor’s Son Follows in His Dad’s Footsteps at JA BizTown

 By DeJonna Farrar

Work Readiness

JA BizTown’s City Hall was abuzz when Mayor Miles Buckley was sworn into office. Citizens cheering, media interviews to schedule and votes to capture, but he knew the big shoes he had to fill taking on this role.

The fifth grader at Annapolis Elementary is also the son of Annapolis Mayor Gavin...

Bloom into Spring While Supporting JA Kids!

 By DeJonna Farrar

Community Involvement

Talk about “flower power!” We’re excited to announce that Flowers & Fancies, a local Baltimore florist, will feature a beautifully designed flower arrangement especially for friends and supporters of Junior Achievement of Central Maryland. Through the Blooms 4 A Better Bmore campaign, 50% of every JA flower arrangement sold will be donated back to our...

An Unforgettable Journey

 By DeJonna Farrar

Work Readiness

For a fifth grader, JA BizTown is an unforgettable trip, one where students learn how to write a check, where they get their first paycheck, and where they learn how to run a business. Those are just some of the memories Genevieve Stakias...

Which Leadership Style Are You
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

Not all leaders are the same. From school group projects to navigating through escape rooms with friends, your leadership skills evolve throughout life and will determine the relationships you have in and out of the workplace!

To better understand what type of leader you are, use the flow chart...

JA Teens & Retirement Insights
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry

Work Readiness

A new survey by Junior Achievement USA and AIG finds that nearly two-thirds (64 percent) of teens are concerned about their parents' preparedness for retirement while demonstrating a lack of education about their own. Sixty-nine percent of young adults ages 13-18 say they know little or nothing about financial...



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