Junior Achievement teaming up with Bendix

Randall Seaman (left) is shown teaching a recent class about career readiness for Junior Achievement. Seaman is a Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems employee and a member of the Huntington County Junior Achievement Board. Bendix provided funding for a series of classes that saw local students get the opportunity to learn from local business men and women about career success.
Randall Seaman (left) is shown teaching a recent class about career readiness for Junior Achievement. Seaman is a Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems employee and a member of the Huntington County Junior Achievement Board. Bendix provided funding for a series of classes that saw local students get the opportunity to learn from local business men and women about career success.

With the help of Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC and Junior Achievement serving Huntington County, Huntington North High School freshman students have had the opportunity to learn from local business men and women about career success.

During the fall semester, 10 classes of students listened to six unique lessons presented by volunteers on topics pertaining to career readiness.
Junior Achievement is the world’s largest organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. Locally, all Huntington County programs are funded by businesses and individuals donating their time and money to the program.

Upcoming events include a Bowl-A-Thon on April 14, at Rainbow Lanes. Teams are invited to help raise resources and awareness for JA. For information, email alyssa.plisco@ja.org.

For more information about Junior Achievement and the programs that JA offers Huntington County, contact Alyssa Plisco at 388-2232 or alyssa.plisco@ja.org.