Delta Airlines hosted Students from Kearns High School this March for JA Job Shadow.
JA Job Shadow in a hands-on program where organizations invite high school students to their place of business to the spend the day learning about not only the organization as a whole, but the variety of job and career opportunities available within that organization. They also share with the students the skills and education required to obtain those careers.
Job Shadow opens students eyes to the many possibilities available and exposes them to careers that they may not have realized were possible. Students from Kearns High School were able to experience first hand all that Delta has to offer at the Salt Lake City Airport, and what students wouldn’t be awe and inspired by spending time in the cockpit, in the engine and on the tarmac!
Thank you to Delta for making this event possible and giving Kearns High students such a unique and unforgettable experience!
This year in conjunction with our annual Bowl-A-Thon we want you to get your game on and . . .
Play For JA!
March 23 & 24
Junior Achievement will join with The Biz Games at Soccer City for
Fun, Food and Competition to benefit Utah’s Students!
Play as an individual or team of 5 and rotate between ping pong, foosball, Texas Hold ‘Em, video game tournament and golf simulator. Open play games including giant Jenga and corn hole will be going all day long . . .
$30 for an individual or $150 for a team of 5, the games will run in 2-3 hour shifts from 9am – 6pm.
For more information on how you can participate you can visit our webpage,
or contact email@example.com.
Governor Gary R. Herbert
Utah Business Hall of Fame
February 16, 2017
The Utah Business Hall of Fame was established in 1990 by Junior Achievement of Utah to recognize past and present business leaders for their outstanding and enduring contributions to improving the products, processes, efficiencies and human relations of business. Increasing awareness of such contributions by Utah’s greatest business leaders helps expand understanding and appreciation of the private enterprise system. One of our most critical objectives with the Hall of Fame is to provide our young people with a better understanding of the true heroes of Utah, thus giving these young minds notable examples to emulate.
Utah Business Hall of Fame inductees are selected by past Hall of Fame Laureates along with other business and community leaders, based on the following criteria:
- High moral and ethical principles
- Significant entrepreneurial achievements that positively influenced an industry and/or community
- Proven ability to positively mentor
- Landmark accomplishments and continuity of achievements
- Notable success at a young age
- Risk-taking, entrepreneurial spirit
- Philanthropic deeds
We’ve had so much amazing support so far this year and welcomed some amazing new organizations in JA City.
Check out the new Tesoro and Delta Storefronts and see how our JA In-Class programs are making a difference to at-risk schools in our community . . .