ON JUNE 2ND, YOU CAN JOIN US TO #DOMORE24 & YOU CAN INSPIRE A LEARNING REVOLUTION IN GREATER WASHINGTON.
READY? HERE'S HOW YOU CAN HELP.
Junior Achievement® is driven by our belief that education shouldn’t start and stop within the four walls of our neighborhood schools. It should be built on a bridge of engagement: between classroom and community. It must incorporate additional elements and partners to give students the opportunity to develop 21st century skills in preparation for an unknown job market and rapidly evolving economy... skills rooted in financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship.
To make education relevant, we must expose youth to mentors and role models from their own communities who can show them what’s possible if they dream big and work hard. To engage those students at risk of dropping out or disconnecting between high school and the future, we must show them a clear vision of what’s possible through a variety of professions and skills that are in demand and will help them succeed.
Tell Your Friends, family, and colleagues why you're ready to #DoMore24 for JA
Watch this video and tell 5 friends why you are supporting Junior Achievement on June 2 for #DoMore24. And, tell them they can get involved by visiting www.myja.org/domore24. And if you do it on social media, be sure to tag us! You can share this video on your own social channels by using the link: https://youtu.be/uXCA0nsFBcQ. We've also written some example posts for you to share on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Upload your #Selfie4Good so we can post it on June 2
Download JA's #DoMore24 sign, print it, and have someone take a picture of you! When you're finished upload it here so we can share it on June 2 as part of the #DoMore24 Social Media contest to win support from the United Way for JA. And hey, bonus points if you get a picture of your whole office!
On June 2, Give.
Join the #DoMore24 movement and give $24, $48, or more to Junior Achievement of Greater Washington. And watch as your dollars empower us to inspire our region's youth to dream big, work hard, and change our world.