Junior Achievement of North Louisiana, Shreveport, LA Video December 6, 2019, 10:15pm

Videos by Junior Achievement of North Louisiana in Shreveport. To inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

We had a great time at Northside Elementary today participating in the 4th grade JA Hot Chocolate Challenge event. Listen to why they think you should buy Hot chocolate from their stand. All profits made goes back into the school! #jahcc #janla #juniorachievement #northside #volunteerwithja #makeadifference

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JA-Brees Dream Foundation Trust Your Crazy Idea Challenge!
Thank you, Drew Brees for investing in the students of Louisiana through this partnership to teach students the components of entrepreneurship! They are our future--YOU DAT!!!

JA empowers students to dream big! Makayla, a student at Cherokee Park Elementary School, shared what she learned in the JA Global Marketplace lessons. Not only does she have her future mapped out utilizing the objectives she learned, but she will also be negotiating a higher allowance all thanks to JA! Help our students continue to set big goals and dream big! Make an investment in JA students by supporting us through Give for Good. https://www.giveforgoodnla.org/ja

Your donations to Give for Good and JA NLA make programs available to K-12 students. JA has even pivoted to offer high school programs such as JA Personal Finance virtually so that parents and students can continue to learn valuable lessons through computer-based delivery. Personal Finance is based on lessons centered on Earning, Employment & Income, Budgeting, Savings, Credit & Debt, Consumer Protection & Smart Shopping. Please share our posts and invest in our JA students! https://www.giveforgoodnla.org/ja

Our friends at Cherokee Park Elementary School couldn't contain their excitement for JA In A Day! Because of our partnership with Regions Bank, JA was able to bring the JA programs to grades K-5. Support JA NLA when making your Give for Good contributions.

Your Give for Good donation supporting Junior Achievement of North Louisiana will bring K-12 programs to students across our area. This Kindergarten student from Claiborne Fundamental Elementary School shared her experience at the JA ROI Showcase last year!

So happy we were able to do all of our JA College & Career Quest programs before this nasty virus. SUSLA welcomed 150+ Caddo Middle Career & Technology students to explore campus life—expectations, majors, and the importance of staying on top of your school work. Thank you sponsors!

JA Inspire_Mayor Perkins Address
Mayor Perkins talks to students and mentors at JA Inspire about why JA is so important. Soft-skills, critical thinking, communication, creativity, and collaboration is what will help you get and keep a job! Thank you, Mayor Perkins!

We had a great time at Northside Elementary today participating in the 4th grade JA Hot Chocolate Challenge event. Listen to why they think you should buy Hot chocolate from their stand. All profits made goes back into the school! #jahcc #janla #juniorachievement #northside #volunteerwithja #makeadifference

This testimony from Bossier Schools student, Max Ellis, will definitely get you motivated to be a part of JA!

Makayla Rogers from Cherokee Park Elementary shared her wonderful testimonial at the JA Business Hall of Fame!

JA Business Hall of Fame

Help us wish our Executive Director, Nita Cook, a very happy birthday!! 🎉

Max Ellis, 8th grade JA Economics for Success student at Cope Middle School celebrates his mentor Stephen Vekovius by sharing what Stephen taught him at today’s JA-ROI Showcase. Great job Max!

This student’s testimony about Junior Achievement explains how much these programs have an impact!

Hear about #JA Personal Finance program from Green Oaks Performing Arts Academy students at the JA ROI Showcase!

Live from the #JA ROI Showcase with students from Southern Hills Elementary!

First graders at University explore Needs and Wants with the help of LSU Health Shreveport School of Allied Health Professions PA students.

University Elementary 1st grade students learning about goods & services from our LSU Health Shreveport School of Allied Health Professions, PA volunteers.

"Good habits are as addictive as bad habits, and a lot more rewarding." - Harvey Mackay #quoteoftheday #motivationalquotes #motivationalmonday

"Your enviornment is the biggest, most important, and most impactful thing you can change to favor your own happiness." - Dan Buettner #quoteoftheday #motivationalquotes #motivationalmonday

"Just start, there's boldness in beginning. Making progress over perfection. Everything is figure-out-able." - Alisa Vitti #quoteoftheday #motivationalquotes #motivationalmonday

Dr. Dennis Wissing, LSU Health Shreveport School of Allied Health Professions, welcomes students from Herndon Magnet for the JA College & Career Quest program. It is important to talk to 8th graders about careers such as Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, Cardiopulmonary Science, Masters of Public Health, Occupational Therapy, Communication Disorders, and Medical Laboratory so they will set goals beginning their freshman year in high school to prepare for admission.

Dr. Dennis Wissing, LSU Health Shreveport School of Allied Health Professions, welcomes students from Herndon Magnet for the JA College & Career Quest program. It is important to talk to 8th graders about careers such as Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, Cardiopulmonary Science, Masters of Public Health, Occupational Therapy, Communication Disorders, and Medical Laboratory so they will set goals beginning their freshman year in high school to prepare for admission.

Winning pitch! The Sole Shoes!

"Don't let what you can't do stop you from doing what you can do." - John Wooden #motivationalmonday #quotes #motivation

"The self is made, not given." - Barbara Myerhoff #motivationalmonday #quotes #motivation

"People who use time wisely spend it on activities that advance their overall purpose in life." - John C. Maxwell #motivationalmonday #quotes #motivation

"The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions: could have, might have, and should have." - Louis E. Boone #motivationalmonday #quotes #motivation

Very catchy beat to help the JA students learn how money moves through the community! #JA_NLA #volunteer

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