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The JA More than Money program is a series of six sessions presenting key concepts on the role money plays in society. These concepts include sharing; saving and spending; becoming a smart consumer; and earning income by starting a business. The sessions involve hands-on activities designed to help students understand the importance of planning for their financial future. Students are encouraged to use innovative thinking to learn money-management skills and to explore and enhance their career options.
About Junior Achievement
Junior Achievement or JA is the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs. Since its founding in 1919, JA has contributed to the business and economic education of millions of young people around the world.
Bank of Hawaii financial education speakers are available free of charge to community organizations; send a request via email to Barbara.Leon.Guerrero@boh.com.
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