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Junior Achievement of Central New York, Inc.
We are an educational organization that offers economic literacy, work place readiness training and entrepreneurship skills to students in grades Kindergarten through 12. We served over 4,000 students in the 2008-2009 school year in 13 counties in Central New York.

Junior Achievement of North Florida

Junior Achievement of Silicon Valley & Monterey Bay, Inc.
Junior Achievement is dedicated to educating students about work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs.

Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
Junior Achievement inspires and prepares young people to succeed in a global economy. We are dedicated to educating young people about work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy. JA programs are taught by volunteers in class and after school in over 120 schools and organizations throughout Palm Beach, Martin, and Hendry counties. JA?s classroom volunteers come from all walks of life and include business professionals, college students, parents and retirees. These dedicated individuals are the backbone of the organization. Junior Achievement builds partnerships between the business and education communities to provide the curriculum and volunteers who serve as role models to the students to help prepare them for their future. JA provides 20 separate, sequential programs to students in kindergarten through twelfth grades. Our programs focus on seven key content areas: business, citizenship, economics, entrepreneurship, ethics and character, financial literacy and career development. In the elementary grades, students learn about needs vs. wants, different types of jobs, finances, and the banking industry. Middle grades students study budgeting, job interviewing, and decision-making. In high school, students try their hand at entrepreneurship, writing business plans and financial management. The Junior Achievement programs supplement standard social studies curricula and develop skills that are essential to success in the workplace and in life. Junior Achievement programs are funded through contributions from businesses, individuals, foundations, and special event fundraisers.

Kernan Trail Elementary

Keystone Academy

Kidsenses Inc.
An interactive learning environment for children 0 - 10 years of age.

KIPP: Jacksonville Schools

Kirkland Town Library
We are a small public library that serves a population of about 10,000 people in Upstate New York

Lahainaluna High School Foundation
Lahainaluna High School Foundation, founded in 1831, is rooted in tradition, Hawaiian culture and history. The Lahainaluna High School Foundation provides opportunities and resources to promote educational excellence for all students in the Lahainaluna school community. It also strives to preserve, perpetuate and share Lahainaluna's culture and heritage with all of the community; assisting Lahainaluna in building on these values to connect the past to the future in all areas of education.

Lake Shore Middle School

Landrum Middle School

LaVilla Band Booster/Jacksonville Public Education Fund
Support Lavilla school of the arts band

Leadership Monterey Peninsula Inc.
Leadership Monterey Peninsula (LMP) is an indispensable source of leaders for the Monterey Bay Region. Our graduates have a keen awareness of community issues along with crucial leadership skills to make good and ethical decisions, use power wisely and ensure the ongoing vitality of our community. We offer a 10-month program and additional workshops, programs and forums to develop informed and skilled community leaders. There is no place else that participants can see, experience firsthand and learn about the many facets of the issues that challenge us in our community. Nor is there any other way for them to connect up with, meet and converse with community leaders such as mayors, business owners, government officials, representatives of law enforcement, the media, health care, education, culture and history, and nonprofit organizations. And, there is no other way to pull together the big picture with different perspectives of a topic. LMP works very hard to present various viewpoints on all issues and ideas. LMP was founded in 1982 by a group of local concerned residents. Like its sister organizations across the United States, LMP was formed to provide continuity in the stewardship of the community. The program contents are modelled after other successful community leadership programs all over the U.S. while reflecting our local needs and concerns. The founders of LMP, much to their credit, realized that their time for leadership would some day pass, and that there needed to be others who would succeed them and be knowledgeable and skilled enough to make wise choices when confronted with issues and programs. Our graduates give 5 stars to their experience with LMP. Many alumni become members of nonprofit boards, run for public office, participate on local government boards and commissions along with a tremendous variety of work for a wide cross-section of business, civic, nonprofit, community and neighborhood groups. In addition, their expanded knowledge and skills increase their professional effectiveness at work.

Learn to Read Inc.
Adult Literacy program

Learn to Read of St. John's County
Adult reading assistance

Learning Center of North Texas Inc.
TLCNT is a nonprofit organization offering evaluation services, training, resources, and hope for children and adults who may have learning differences or disabilities that interfere with success in school, employment, or life.

LeVeen-Roach Foundation
The scholarship was created to remember their love for golf and commitment to Secession by funding the higher education ambitions of students who display academic potential, share a connection to the game of golf and to the Beaufort, SC, area, and demonstrate financial need.

Life Care Ponte Vedra Inc.
Scholarship funding

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