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May 1, 2017

Andy Bailey Bowls Over JA Staff and Students

Andy frequently volunteers to teach JA in a Day It all began with a bowling ball. Andy Bailey, Regional Lead of Community Engagement for AT&T’s Western States, was first exposed...

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State Farm Empowers Youth in Northern Colorado

Thanks to a recent grant of $15K from State Farm, an increasing number of K-12 students in Larimer and Weld counties in Northern Colorado will benefit from JA programs. “We...

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Prologis Demonstrates Long-term Commitment to Financial Education

Pictured with JA CEO Robin Wise, Ed Nekritz, Prologis chief legal officer and general counsel, bowled with colleagues to raise more than $100K  through the JA Bowl-A-Thon There’s a simple reason...

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April 25, 2017

Spring JA Stock Market Challenge a Success

Kent Clark of Charles Schwab kicks off JA's 2017 Spring Stock Market Challenge Rock Canyon High School students continued their school’s winning streak at the 2017 JA Stock Market Challenge...

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March 30, 2017

Charles Schwab Inspires Financial Responsibility

Building strong financial futures is what the people of Charles Schwab are all about. Whether working as financial advisors to a host of different client types or mentoring young people...

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Volunteering is a Family Matter for U.S. Bank Executive

Whether it’s teaching young people about money management for Junior Achievement, or donning a stylish turkey helmet to run in the annual Turkey Trot to benefit Mile High United Way,...

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March 22, 2017

Local JA Leader Receives National Honor

Sandy Rote (center), with JA USA President Jack Kosakowski and JA-Rocky Mountain President Robin Wise We are proud to announce that Sandy Rothe, partner for Deloitte, has been chosen from...

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March 21, 2017

Thank You Volunteers!

Volunteers embody the heart of JA. Thank you for being part of our JA family!

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March 20, 2017

Preventing students from having to write “Dear Susan”

For a period of about ten years, I was known as “Susan.” No, I wasn’t in the witness protection program. I was an online advice columnist for a company that...

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