2017: Junior Achievement of GA Career Series

Alicia is an avid supporter and volunteer with Junior Achievement (JA) of Georgia.  As such, she was requested by a JA representative to participate in a Career Series pilot. This pilot program involved JA hosting 300 high school students at their state-of-the-art JA Chick-fil-A Discovery Center, inside the Georgia World Congress Center in the heart of downtown Atlanta, GA.

JA Career Series Pilot

Help us launch our new, experiential high school program with Atlanta Public School on Tuesday, April 11th 2017.

JA of Georgia believes in exposing students to diverse, working professionals and real work-world skills throughout their educational journey so that students will be better prepared for a successful adult life!

Entrepreneur Panelist Needed!

If you run your own business, we need you as an Entrepreneur Panelist for the day to share your testimonials and experiences with students on a panel. Example questions: Why did you decide to start your own business? How did you start you own company? What skills does it takes to be an entrepreneur? What is the most challenging part about being an entrepreneur?

Source: Lindsay Allward-Theimer, Director – Volunteer Partnerships  (email)


Learn more about Junior Achievement of Georgia and their amazing programs here.


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