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Wednesday April 2nd, 2014

Posted at 12:00pm

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Junior Achievement is putting a call out for volunteers to help deliver programs this spring.

Volunteers are needed to help with Grade 4 Technology and Innovation programs, Grade 7 Dollars With Sense programming and Grade 8 Economics for Success programs in local schools.

The time commitment for each program delivery is a total of 5 hours (1 hour training, 4 hours delivery), and all volunteers will receive thorough training on the material prior to visiting the classroom.

Organizers say efforts will be made to pair volunteers with schools that are closest and most convenient in location.

Volunteers are required to provide a valid police clearance and must be 21 years of age or older. Program delivery will take place until the end of May, and school program registrations are still being accepted.

All of those who are interested in joining Junior Achievement as a volunteer to help the organization impact youth across the community, you can contact Windsor-Essex program manager, Bianca Betschel, at [email protected] or at 519-997-2853.

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