The award winning NSU University School Junior Achievement Fellows will present a program on their recent Econ projects done this term. The JA Fellows will share how they learned to become entrepreneurs, creating and managing a company that they have created. Attendees will gain insight into market research and financial and business management. The students will discuss how they create and run their company; create budgets; and learn how to become entrepreneurs
The JA Fellows is a leadership and entrepreneurship experience for students in grades 9-12 at the NSU University School. Students in the program develop the skills necessary to conceptualize, capitalize, and manage their own small business. Mentored by representatives from NSU University School as well as top professionals, JA Fellows have the opportunity to gain insight into market research and financial and business management.
Learn more about the Thinking Money exhibit and programming as well as the NSU Alvin Sherman Library business resources at:
Thinking Money was developed by the American Library Association Public Programs Office in collaboration with the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, whose support made this exhibition and programming possible.
This event is part of the Thinking Money series.