Becki Tomsheck, program manager, has 20 years experience in training.  In 2017 she decided to put that experience to work for Junior Achievement. JA trains in three areas: financial literacy, workplace readiness and entrepreneurship.  The model brings experienced business volunteers into classroom to go through JA's excellent educational materials. The  work is all supported by donations and includes many classroom volunteers.  140 classes are planned for the spring, starting in March.  Why not join in? Training will take place February 13 from 1-3 pm.  To enroll or ask about other volunteer opportunities write to becki.tomsheck@ja.org.