Volunteers make a difference through Junior Achievement
PLYMOUTH — Junior Achievement of Marshall County blitzed Riverside Intermediate School Friday morning with volunteers from the community for lessons in life and career skills, career choices, entrepreneurship and financial literacy.
Students were presented with information followed by hands on activities and question and answer time. Each class, fifth and sixth grade, worked through five different lessons. Students were eager to participate and volunteers were excited about the opportunity.
Read more about the "JA in a Day" program and the benefits it has on students in today's Pilot News.