Imagine learning about careers from the experts who make our national economy viable. Students are eager and ready to learn as much as they can, so that they can properly plan for high school and college. Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana and Greater Clark County Schools, along with supporter Duke Energy Foundation, will host JA Inspire, a career fair style event, for 750 eighth grade students on Tuesday, May 17 at Jeffersonville High School. The event will feature a showcase of companies in the Kentuckiana area and include interactive exhibits for students to explore career options.
Greater Clark County Schools is proud to sponsor with Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana. They are dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for the future and to make smart academic choices. Their programs reach more than 60,000 students per year in programs in 26 counties in Indiana and Kentucky.