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Helping Your Child Choose a Career Path
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry
Work Readiness

"What is your future plan?". This is every high schoolers' (and college students') nightmare. At this point in their life, they know what makes them happy, what subjects in school they do well in, and want to have a successful future. A 17 or 18-year-old high school student is expected to have most of their future planned out despite experiencing adult life firsthand. Typically, this is where the...

Junior Achievement of Oklahoma opens Virtual Career Exploration Fair to Students

 By Junior Achievement of Oklahoma
Work Readiness

Junior Achievement of Oklahoma’s JA Inspire Virtual is an interactive career exploration fair showcasing careers from organizations around the Tulsa and Oklahoma City Regions. Students will have the opportunity to virtually learn about careers directly from industry representatives in time to begin planning their high school course work and better prepare themselves for life after high school...

Thousands Of Oklahoma Middle Schoolers Take Part in Virtual Career Fair

 By Cal Day, KOTV News on 6
Work Readiness

TULSA, Okla. - Nearly 10,000 Oklahoma middle school students will take part in a virtual career fair through Junior Achievement Oklahoma’s Inspire program on Thursday. More than 4,000 of those students are from the Tulsa metro. The career fair traditionally happens in person but has switched to a virtual format this year. Paycom, Arvest, Hillcrest Medical Center and Tulsa Tech are some of the more...

JAOK Earns Coveted 4-Star Rating From Charity Navigator

 By Teri Clanton
Corporate Responsibility

Junior Achievement of Oklahoma's strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. This is the first time that Junior Achievement of Oklahoma has earned this top...

JA Teens Survey: The Financial Impact of COVID-19
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry
Financial Literacy

JA Teens Survey: The Financial Impact of...

Making Sense: Work in the Time of COVID-19
Blog from JA USA

 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
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry
Entrepreneurship

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

Making Sense: Understanding the Financial Impact of COVID-19
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry
Community Involvement

A Guide to How COVID-19 is Affecting People and the Economy and What It All...

JA Teens & Holiday Spending Reveals More than a Third of Teens Plan to Hit the Malls this Holiday Shopping Season
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry
Financial Literacy

With the holiday season quickly approaching, there is bound to be stress-aplenty. Yet, this season also provides an opportunity for learning and growth for adults and...

Shining a Spotlight on American Business Women's Day
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry
Entrepreneurship

September 22 is American Business Women’s Day, a day to honor and reflect on the accomplishments, successes, and contributions of American women and female business owners in the workforce. The day was first celebrated in 1949 by the American Business Women’s Association and officially recognized by Congress in the early...



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