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Junior Achievement of Alaska
For more than forty-eight years, Junior Achievement (JA) has made it possible for hundreds of thousands of K-12 students in Alaska to have the JA experience. The formula is simple: we equip volunteers from the business community with our award-winning curriculum and send them into classrooms to teach students about money, careers, and business—and it works.
In October I took advantage of an opportunity to participate in JA in a Day, a program by Junior Achievement (JA) of Alaska that brings volunteers into schools to teach students about business.
Adam McMahan knew from a young age he wanted to be a physician. He can pinpoint the exact moment he decided to practice medicine in a small rural town.
The recovery from COVID-19 has been slower than expected in 2021 for myriad reasons, including stalling vaccination rates, the Delta variant, and labor shortages.
Since 1984, Alaska Business has documented, analyzed, and promoted the mercantile health of the 49th state, from Alaska's multibillion-dollar industries to its single proprietors and small businesses.
Join us as we celebrate the real-life humans that make up the companies and mom-and-pops throughout the state. You can read Alaska Business anytime and anywhere. With your subscription, you receive the printed and digital editions; you also receive the annual Power List, which helps you to connect with hundreds of companies throughout the state of Alaska!