Junior Achievement of the Space Coast, a 5-star JA office, hosted its “Glasses for Classes” event on June 26th at Hell ‘N Blazes in Melbourne, FL. This event raised money for the organization, which has reached almost 12,000 Brevard students this year. The organization’s mission is to inspire and prepare Brevard County young people to succeed in a global economy. They offer programs such as financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and workforce readiness. Alluvionic is proud to be a supporter of JA, and this year our CEO Wendy Romeu has joined their board.
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The volunteer-delivered organization offers K-12 programs that foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy skills. The JA uses experiential learning to inspire kids to dream big and reach for their potential. They are proud to say that they have reached almost 12,000 Brevard County students this year. Through their innovative partnerships between educators, volunteers, and the business community, they can help young people connect with relevant learning and the importance of staying in school. The JA helps to build a bridge between what kids learn in the classroom and how they can apply it in the real world. They seek to inspire students to develop competitive skills and confidence. Their success bolsters the local workforce and contributes to the economic growth of our community. JASC empowers Brevard County students to own their economic success.