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- STEM Day 2013
- Kaiser Permanente Supports Title 1 Schools
- Inspiring Atlanta's Youth
- Boys & Girls Club and JA Celebrate 7 Years
- All Students Served in Lamar County
- Travelers Foundation Donates Time and Dollars
- Successful Savannah Business Hall of Fame
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JAMS (JA Means Success)
JAMS is an innovative program that prepares and inspires students to be successful in middle school and beyond.The after-school program enables 6th-9th graders to collaboratively explore business challenges while developing creativity, critical thinking, and communication skills.
Students self-select to join the academy; acceptance is decided based upon an application, teacher recommendations and participation in an interview.
While enrolled in the eight week session, students participate in JA’s entrepreneurship, financial literacy and workforce readiness programs which include: in-class programs, JA Job Shadow, and JA College Pipeline. Program graduates are invited to apply for the JA Fellows, the premiere entrepreneurship-focused after school program for high school students.
JAMS Locations: 2012-2013 School Year
|BEST Academy||Campbell High School|
|Campbell Middle School||Coan Middle School|
|Coretta Scott King YWLA||Cross Keys High School|
|KIPP Vision||Marietta Middle School|
|Marietta Sixth Grade Academ||Ridgeview Middle School|
|Ron Clark Academy||Sequoyah Middle School|
|Summerour Middle School||Sutton Middle School|
|Woodland Middle School|
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