JA of Maine in the Classroom:

Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization dedicated to educating students in grades K-12 about entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs.

Junior Achievement empowers young people to own their economic success.

Congratulations to JA of Maine’s Volunteer of the Year, Paul Clancy of Diversified Communications!

This is the first year JA of Maine has presented this award and we could not think of a better person to give it to. Paul has served on our Board of Directors since 2000 and has held every position on the board. He is an exceptional volunteer, teaching six or more JA classes a year at Scarborough Middle School, mentoring a high school team at the JA Titan Challenge and participating in Job Shadow Day at Diversified every February. He goes above and beyond when it comes to supporting JA and our mission. Paul participates in all JA events and does a wonderful job of recruiting JA volunteers. We are so lucky to have Paul on our board and as a JA volunteer and we are delighted to honor him and the work he has done for our organization.

JA Volunteer Don Taylor of Diversified Communications with his 4th grade class from Hussey School in Augusta, ME

JA volunteer Caroline Piper from UPS, with class from Westbrook Middle School