Junior Achievement South Western Ontario And Junior Achievement London Join Forces

Wednesday September 18th, 2019

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Junior Achievement South Western Ontario and Junior Achievement London and District have combined their operations and set a goal to reach 15,000 elementary and high school students in the next school year.

The new entity will serve Chatham-Kent, Sarnia-Lambton, Windsor-Essex, London and the counties of Middlesex, Elgin, Oxford, Huron, Perth, Grey and Bruce.

“Junior Achievement will build on our established partnerships to grow our programs to reach more students,” said JA SWO regional director Jenne Wason. “We are excited about the opportunities to strengthen our team and expand delivery of JA programs to youth in our southwestern communities.”

The existing offices in Chatham and London will remain open, and staff will be able to collaborate and work efficiently together to promote JA throughout the expanded region.

“The JA team has been collaborating over the past year on this amalgamation and is looking forward to this new organization,” said JA SWO president and CEO Bev Robinson.

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