GROW Clinton donates $7,500 to Junior Achievement

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Andy Sokolovich, president and CEO of Grow Clinton, presents a $7,500 donation to Junior Achievement of the Heartland. CREDIT GROW CLINTON

Junior Achievement (JA) of the Heartland is partnering with Grow Clinton to provide JA learning experiences to K-12th grade students. 

Thanks to this $7,500 donation from Grow Clinton, JA curriculum will impact almost 1,200 students in the Camanche and Clinton, Iowa, and Fulton, Illinois, communities during the 2022-2023 school year. Programs are centered on financial literacy and help students gain a strong foundation for healthy money management skills.

“Junior Achievement’s proven method of inspiring youth and preparing them for success fits hand-in-hand with the mission of Grow Clinton,” said Andy Sokolovich, president and CEO of Grow Clinton.

“We are excited to partner with JA of the Heartland to impact our young people’s view on the importance of critical life skills,” he added. “There has never been a more important time to develop our future workforce. Thank you to JA for their passion and dedication to positively impacting the lives of our most vital asset.” 

Junior Achievement’s unique delivery system provides the training, materials and support necessary to bolster the chances for student success. The impact is measurable, too. Students who participate in Junior Achievement learning experiences demonstrate a significant understanding of economics and business concepts.

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