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6th Annual Edition of Kansas College and Career Guide Released

 By Ashley Charest
Work Readiness

Junior Achievement of Kansas has released its 6th Annual Edition of the Kansas College and Career Guide. The Guide is a tool that assists students, teachers, counselors, parents and others by directing students toward information on future careers. It provides lists of fields of study and where students can take these programs at postsecondary education institutions in...

Wichita Business Hall of Fame 2021 Laureates Announced at Luncheon

 By Marci Werne
Corporate Responsibility

The laureates for induction into the 2021 Junior Achievement of Kansas Wichita Business Hall of Fame were announced...

CAPITOL FEDERAL TAKES HOME TOP PRIZE AT THIRD ANNUAL JA GOLF CLASSIC

 By Ashley Charest
Community Involvement

The third annual JA Golf Classic, presented by Capitol Federal, was held Monday, July 20 at the Wichita Country Club. Over 60 golfers came out for the second largest annual fundraiser for the Wichita district of Junior Achievement of Kansas. The event raised $30,000 for the Wichita...

Class of 2020 Survey: Half of Graduating Seniors Change Plans for After High School Due to COVID-19

 By Ashley Charest
Work Readiness

Roughly half (49%) of Class of 2020 graduating seniors say their plans for after high school have changed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey by Junior Achievement (JA) and the PMI Educational Foundation (PMIEF). Of those whose plans have changed, more than a third (36%) say they will now work, nearly as many (32%) expect to delay their start date for college, and...

Survey: The "New Normal" Hasn't Dampened Teens' Interest in Becoming Entrepreneurs

 By Ashley Charest
Entrepreneurship

A new survey for Junior Achievement (JA) by research firm ENGINE Insights shows that teens remain open to becoming an entrepreneur and starting a business despite the impact of COVID-19 on U.S. small businesses. Two-thirds (66%) of teens between the ages of 13 and 17 said they were "likely" to consider starting a business or becoming an entrepreneur as an adult. A similar survey conducted in 2017...

2020 Lawrence Business Hall of Fame Laureate Announcement

 By Debbie Harman
Community Involvement

Announcement of the 2020 Lawrence Business Hall of Fame...

JA Teens Survey: The Financial Impact of COVID-19
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 By Hannah Henry
Financial Literacy

JA Teens Survey: The Financial Impact of...

Two-thirds of America’s Teens are Concerned About the Financial Impact of COVID-19 April 2020

 By Ashley Charest
Financial Literacy

The financial impact and pressure brought by COVID-19 are weighing heavily on American teenagers, with more than two-thirds of teens (69%) saying they are either somewhat or very concerned about the impact of the pandemic on their families and day-to-day lives, according to a new survey by Junior Achievement USA (JA) and Citizens...

Making Sense: Work in the Time of COVID-19
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 By Hannah Henry
Work Readiness

A Guide to How COVID-19 Is Affecting Work and What Comes...

Making Sense: The Impact of COVID-19 on Business and Innovation
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 By Hannah Henry
Entrepreneurship

A Guide to How Entrepreneurs and Businesses Are Responding to...



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