From Junior Achievement of Central Maryland:
Junior Achievement of Central Maryland (JA) is set to kick-off the inaugural JA in a Day program at Homestead Wakefield Elementary School in Harford County.
On Friday, January 19 from 9:30am – 2:30pm Homestead Elementary School will host JA volunteers and parents to teach students from grades 3-5 the JA curriculum which focuses on the importance of college preparedness, financial education, and work readiness skills. JA in a Day allows parents and community volunteers the opportunity to work hands-on with students.
JA in a Day focuses on the development of real world workplace skills and financial management. The first JA in a Day will explore elements of career success, helping others succeed, and creating enduring success. JA in a Day introduces a basic understanding of money and the principles of earning, spending, and saving.
To learn more about JA in a Day please visit: https://jamaryland.org/programs/ja-in-a-day