IN THE NEWS: “Stop, Drop, open up shop” – London, Inc. Magazine

Turning its focus to ­transitioning onsite ­programs into virtual experiences, Junior Achievement continues the learning — and learns a little itself, too

CAN YOU FORM a successful business with 15 people you have never met in person and likely never will?

That was the question posed to students involved in Junior Achievement’s Company Program (a four-month program that teaches grade nine to 12 students how to organize and operate a real business) last year, when it became apparent that JA was not going to be able to use the traditional in-person program model for the 2020-21 school year.

Stop, drop, open up shop