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JA Volunteer of the Year Mark Wynne
An Accountant by Trade and a Storyteller at Heart, Mark Wynne Named JA's 2020 Volunteer of the Year
This week is National Volunteer Appreciation Week, and we are thankful to all of the JA Volunteers who make our programs possible!  

As part of our week of appreciation, we are proud to shine the spotlight on Mark Wynne, JA's 2020 Volunteer of the Year, presented by TIAA. Since 2018, Mark has volunteered 83 times. His knack for storytelling and relating JA’s career and financial concepts to students and their educational journeys have made Mark a popular face for JA students and teachers.

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JA+CNBC Virtual Town Hall, April 23, 11 am
Watch or Participate In JA's Virtual Town Hall on CNBC This Thursday

This Thursday at 11 a.m. (MST) on CNBC, JA partners with CNBC to offer a virtual town hall for teens, giving them direct access to some of the country's most knowledgeable economists, entrepreneurs, psychologists, and counselors to ask them top-of-mind questions about how to best adapt to the new normal.

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JA Goes Digital During Quarantine

Social distancing has not stopped JA from providing young people with important financial literacy, career readiness, and entrepreneurship skills! Now you can download individual JA activities or request our traditional classroom lessons or videos of JA volunteers from a variety of backgrounds discussing their careers.

Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain is thrilled to make these digital learning resources available at no cost to teachers, parents, and students. However, if you have the ability to make a donation to support our virtual education efforts, your gift will be very much appreciated. Thank you!


Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain
1445 Market Street, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80202
United States

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