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Extraordinary Educator: Mary Ridge, Gorham Middle School

 By Jenna Jeffrey
Corporate Responsibility

Junior Achievement and MEMIC recognize educators as role models and mentors who help empower, motivate, and prepare students to envision their future and ignite a passion for continuous learning. The "Extraordinary Educators" campaign will take a closer look at Maine educators, their stories, their commitment to serving Maine’s youth, and the impact they have on their...

Extraordinary Educator: Sarah Currier, Edgecomb Elementary School

 By Jenna Jeffrey
Corporate Responsibility

Junior Achievement and MEMIC recognize educators as role models and mentors who help empower, motivate, and prepare students to envision their future and ignite a passion for continuous learning. The "Extraordinary Educators" campaign will take a closer look at Maine educators, their stories, their commitment to serving Maine’s youth, and the impact they have on their...

Extraordinary Educator: Christina Proulx, Congin School

 By Jenna Jeffrey
Corporate Responsibility

Junior Achievement and MEMIC recognize educators as role models and mentors who help empower, motivate, and prepare students to envision their future and ignite a passion for continuous learning. The "Extraordinary Educators" campaign will take a closer look at Maine educators, their stories, their commitment to serving Maine’s youth, and the impact they have on their...

Extraordinary Educator: Wladimir Ortiz, Maine Central Institute

 By Jenna Jeffrey
Corporate Responsibility

Junior Achievement and MEMIC recognize educators as role models and mentors who help empower, motivate, and prepare students to envision their future and ignite a passion for continuous learning. The "Extraordinary Educators" campaign will take a closer look at Maine educators, their stories, their commitment to serving Maine’s youth, and the impact they have on their...

Extraordinary Educator: Coleen Hatt, Biddeford Middle School

 By Jenna Jeffrey
Corporate Responsibility

Junior Achievement and MEMIC recognize educators as role models and mentors who help empower, motivate, and prepare students to envision their future and ignite a passion for continuous learning. The "Extraordinary Educators" campaign will take a closer look at Maine educators, their stories, their commitment to serving Maine’s youth, and the impact they have on their...

Teacher Appreciation: Extraordinary Educators Campaign

 By Jenna Jeffrey
Corporate Responsibility

Maine – Statewide nonprofit and youth empowerment organization Junior Achievement of Maine (JA) announced today the inaugural “Extraordinary Educators” campaign. They were also pleased to share that MEMIC has proudly signed on as lead sponsor of the statewide effort to celebrate...

High School Students from Cumberland & Aroostook Counties Earn Scholarships Competing in Virtual Business Event

 By Jenna Jeffrey
Corporate Responsibility

Maine – Local nonprofit and youth empowerment organization Junior Achievement of Maine (JA) has announced the statewide first and second place winners of the redeveloped JA Titan...

Helping Your Child Choose a Career Path
Blog from JA USA

 By Hannah Henry
Work Readiness

"What is your future plan?". This is every high schoolers' (and college students') nightmare. At this point in their life, they know what makes them happy, what subjects in school they do well in, and want to have a successful future. A 17 or 18-year-old high school student is expected to have most of their future planned out despite experiencing adult life firsthand. Typically, this is where the...

March Newsletter

 By Jenna Jeffrey
Corporate Responsibility

Volunteer opportunities, career opportunities, upcoming events, &...

Redeveloped JA Titan Challenge

 By Jenna Jeffrey
Corporate Responsibility

IDEXX to sponsor redeveloped JA Titan...



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