Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana has launched a $12 million fundraising campaign to pay for a new campus location. The organization says the new facilities will include additional technology, an Education Atrium to showcase local businesses, jobs and educational opportunities and an Entrepreneurial Center.
President Lena Yarian calls it a transformative time for the organization "dedicated to educating and inspiring young people to succeed in a global economy." She adds "we are dreaming big, and our success in casting the vision for a brilliant tomorrow promises a bright future for thousands of young people poised to be tomorrow’s leaders."
The new campus will also include space for the JA BizTown and JA Finance Park experiences to be in the same place. You can connect to more about the "Casting the Vision" campaign by clicking here. The organization served nearly 140,000 students in 31 northern Indiana, Michiana and Ohio counties.