First American Bank in Hudson donated $500 to Junior Achievement

First American Bank in Hudson donated $500 to Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement programs continue in every kindergarten through 5th grade class in all six public elementary schools as well as the two private schools in Hudson, reaching 2,587 students last year! In total, Junior Achievement programs reached almost 4,000 area K-12 Hudson students this past school year!

  • All 469 6th graders from Hudson Middle School experienced and ran JA BizTown at our campus in Maplewood, plus 35 students from St. Patrick’s
  • There were 86 8th grade students from Hudson Middle School that took elective classes with JA programs, participating with our JA Finance Park Virtual program and JA It’s My Business
  • All 11th graders at Hudson High School received JA Personal Finance in their advisories, total student impact of 424 students. Another 342 Hudson High School students experienced these other JA high school programs last year – JA Titan, JA Career Success, and JA Be Entrepreneurial

For more information contact:

Annette Kelley

Volunteer and teacher class verification form

In the News
Bruce Hanson, a Junior Achievement volunteer and board member, receives Bronze Leadership Award (Hudson Star-Observer)