On June 2, the Washington Redskins 2017 rookies got a lesson in the importance of budgeting as they joined forces with Thomas G. Pullen Creative and Performing Arts Academy students at JA Finance Park Prince George’s County.
Research by Gallup shows that two-thirds of adults are financially illiterate, with women trailing men at a five percent deficit. To help combat the global prominence of financial illiteracy, JA Worldwide® (Junior Achievement) and HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC) are relaunching the JA More than Money program to elementary students in nearly 30 countries around the world
More than 70 high school students attended the Junior Achievement National Student Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C., sponsored by Delta.
Student teams demonstrated their business acumen, creativity and entrepreneurial thinking in a competitive environment at a national level by showcasing their companies to Members of Congress and business leaders.
Together, let's inspire this generation to be better prepared for success than any generation in history. Let's prepare them to take on their destiny with passion and confidence. Let's equip them to run businesses, lead nations, make discoveries, and change our world. But most of all, let's give them hope to see what's possible.