N.C. Junior Achievement gets kids involved in STEM

11/14/2012 | American City Business Journals

Students involved with the Central North Carolina Junior Achievement's "Full STEM Ahead! Skills for a Global Economy" program are learning plenty about the careers and business opportunities associated with science, technology, engineering and math. "The JA program is a wonderful opportunity to communicate and interact with school children of all ages," Cathy Ali-Stone, who volunteers in the program from Procter & Gamble, said. "The training tools are very well defined, with clear, concise instructions. It is so wonderful to see 'the light turn on' for kids during the educational activities."

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