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March, 2019

WFLA Interview with Pam Muma – JA Centennial Award (audio link)

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March, 2019

Top Partners, Volunteers and Students to be Honored at Annual Junior Achievement Hall of Fame

Kane’s Furniture, The Vinik Family Foundation and USAA to be Celebrated

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Feb, 2019

Six Honorees to Receive the Junior Achievement National Centennial Leadership Award

Six honorees representing Junior Achievement operations in seven U.S. cities have been named recipients of the Junior Achievement National Centennial Leadership Award by the Junior Achievement USA Board of Directors.

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Sept, 2018

Junior Achievement to Deliver JA BizTown Mobile

Junior Achievement will launch a $500,000 fundraising campaign in Alachua County to bring a JA BizTown Mobile experience, presented by CAMPUS USA Credit Union, to Alachua County 5th graders.

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September, 2018

Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay announces new Board Members and Officers

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September, 2018

Junior Achievement Finance Park teaches students how to manage money

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September, 2018

Junior Achievement of Tampa to unveil new financial education facility

Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay will unveil the new JA Finance Park on Sept. 13.

The JA Finance Park, a collaboration of SunTrust Banks and Hillsborough County Public Schools, will serve more than 13,000 local middle school students annually.

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September, 2018

JA Finance Park Presented by SunTrust Promotion

Director Christina Roberts discussing JA Finance Park on WFLA.

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August, 2018

Financial Literacy 101 Part 1

From balancing a checkbook to savings accounts, the pros and cons of credit cards, maintaining a good credit score to investments – what should we be teaching our youth?

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June, 2018

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF TAMPA BAY RECEIVES GRANT FROM STATE FARM
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay announced today that it has received grants totaling $17,000 to fund JA work readiness and financial literacy programming. The grants, from State Farm Insurance, are part of a larger statewide initiative totaling $60,000 that will support Junior Achievement programs in eleven localities throughout Florida, enabling over 5,000 young people to participate in JA’s nationally recognized economic education programs.

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