This committee works on projects aimed at improving the financial literacy of youth and consumers, as well as providing professional development instruction for lenders.
The education committee works with Junior Achievement of Washington. In partnership with business and educators, Junior Achievement brings the real world to students, helping them understand the business of life. JA Volunteers get to share their real-world experiences and make school relevant and fun.
For opportunities to find out how you can volunteer in K-12 classroom for JA please visit jawashington.org.