Greater Washington Futures (June-September)

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Greater Washington Futures
Greater Washington Futures
Zoree Jones, a second-generation JA student and a freshman at Patriot High School in Nokesville, Virginia, is used to giving speeches. Over the last two years, she has both delivered the winning speech at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Youth Oratorical Contest and won the Spotsylvania County (Virginia) Great Debate in 2015, among other acomplishments. So it was no wonder that Zoree wowed the JA Worldwide Board of Governors when she addressed them about her participation in the 2016 JA of Greater Washington Entrepreneurship Summit, where she received the Rising Star Award. Read more >>
Student Entrepreneurs Participate in JA's Inaugural Entrepreneurship Summit, Build 21st Century Skills for a Lifetime, Pitch Shark-Tank style to Panel of Business Leaders. Read more >>
Application Now Open for the 2016 Junior Achievement Essay Competition, Presented in Partnership with David M. Rubenstein. Enter now >>
1,700 Bowlers in DC, Maryland, and Virginia Strike a Record-Breaking $515,000 JA Bowl-a-Thon Season; Accenture Named Top Corporate Fundraiser With Over $62,000 to Support JA Programming. Read more >>
JA's 2015 Teens and Personal Finance Survey Sponsored by the Allstate Foundation Finds Parents Age 18-34 are Least Confident Explaining Money Management to Kids. Read more from US News & World Report >>
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