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Category: Virtual Learning

November 12, 2020

JA Goes Live with First Entrepreneur Summit

Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain hosted its first-ever live virtual programmatic event for teens on November 10. The JA Entrepreneur Summit brought together three founders of innovative startups to inspire young people...

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October 26, 2020

JA Alumna Comes Full Circle

As a manager for National Learning and Professional Development at RSM LLP, Erica Costanzo develops learning strategies and curricula. Her first experience with Junior Achievement (JA) was learning to balance...

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October 6, 2020

JA and Techstars to Host Series of Virtual Town Halls for Teens

As an extension of its digital learning resources and virtual experiences this school year, Junior Achievement is partnering with Techstars to present a series of virtual town halls for teens...

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September 14, 2020

Arrow Electronics Sponsors JA Initiative for Denver Students in Economically Disadvantaged Communities

Arrow Electronics is supporting a Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain (JA) initiative that will deliver increased programming to K-12 students in economically disadvantaged communities in Denver. The effort is designed to promote...

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September 2, 2020

Reinventing JA Programs for a Virtual World

Above: JA's Virtual Finance Park simulation, presented by Transamerica. We know this has not been an easy year for parents, teachers, or students. That’s why Junior Achievement is stepping up...

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July 16, 2020

A Look Behind the Scenes as JA Prepares for Schools to Reopen

A quick pivot to digital programming in the Spring was an unexpected challenge for us. Little did we know at the time this would just be an audition for designing...

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June 3, 2020

Meet the JA Volunteer Who Has Worked with the Same Group of Students for Four Years, This Year Virtually

Malina Peterson Even a pandemic that forced students to learn from a distance didn’t stop Junior Achievement volunteer Malina Peterson from leading JA lessons with her group of Northeast Elementary...

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