Junior Achievement held it’s annual Executive Business Challenge on February 24th to fundraise for JA classrooms throughout the Coulee Region. Trust Point brought two teams to the competition, and it was an enjoyable evening of networking and competition for all.
Trust Point and other area businesses brought teams of three to compete in an online business simulation to see who could make a profit and come out on top in their industry. One of our teams was even able to hold one of the three coveted balloons representing who was in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for a short time! All proceeds from the event went to the JA programs.
What is Junior Achievement? Junior Achievement’s purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy by providing young people with knowledge and skills for economic success. We are proud to help support this effort.