Junior Achievement of Southwest Virginia: The three pillars for JA

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The three pillars for JA are financial literacy, workforce readiness and entrepreneurship.

On Wednesday’s Good Day Virginia, Coy Renick focused on the importance of workforce readiness.

Coy is on the board of Junior Achievement of Southwest Virginia. He is also a recruiter for Arevo, an employment agency.

He shared details about job prospects in our region for recent college and high school graduates.

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What is Junior Achievement?

Junior Achievement of Southwest Virginia, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose aim is to empower young people to own their economic success. We do this by sending volunteers from the local business community into kindergarten through 12th grade classrooms to help students better understand how business works.Junior Achivement logo

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