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ANNUAL REPORT

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Empowering Young People to Own Their Economic Success.


“My experiences with Junior Achievement have been very wonderful and educational. I have learned numerous things to do and not to do. With your help, I can get a job. Without your help, I don’t know what I would have done.” – Latoya, High School


Empowering Success A Message From Our Chairman and President Through our research, we identified existing programs with the highest potential to engage students during their middle-school years and during key transition in their education, and grouped these programs under the JA Graduation Pathways strategy. This grouping allows us to strengthen the link between our programs and have a deeper impact on students at a time when the choices they make can drastically impact their future. Keith Burns Managing Partner Ernst & Young LLP

Tim Greinert President Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

Chairman of the Board Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

Dear Friends and Supporters: In today’s economy, many local business leaders are left to wonder whether the skills of our future workforce will align with the changing needs of their business. Our young people will need stronger financial and work-readiness skills to meet the needs of employers and ensure their personal economic success. Junior Achievement’s hands-on learning programs simulate real-world experiences and promote career discovery. We equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage their finances, pursue meaningful careers and positively contribute to our communities.

Over the coming year, we will look to expand our newly launched JA BizTown® and JA Finance Park® programs. Additionally, we will deepen our work in the area of career readiness, leveraging thousands of JA community volunteers to more strongly connect middle and high school students to careers and companies that are eager to engage with their future workforce. Junior Achievement is also committed to expanding the utilization of technology and blended learning strategies to enhance student learning and expand opportunities for students to engage with JA lessons during non-school hours. As Junior Achievement continues to drive positive, transformative change for our young people, we acknowledge the exceptional support of our community partners. Junior Achievement is fortunate to have a strong network of dedicated educators, community volunteers and supporters who believe in the boundless potential of our young people. With your continued guidance and passion, we will ensure that our students are prepared for success in the 21st century economy.

Statement of Operations Junior Achievement programs teach young people work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. Working within these same principles, JA maintains fiscal responsibility in all that we do. As we uphold the integrity of our organization in this way, we model this behavior for our young people and honor the expectations of our donors.

REVENUE 62% Contributions 21% Events [net] 16% Investments/ Endowment 1% Other

To ensure we remain on target, we compare program implementation and outcomes against our financial bottom line on an annual basis. The Revenue Chart shows the means through which our organizational revenue is obtained. Most of our revenue is from the private sector; through corporations, individuals and foundations. The Expenses Chart illustrates that for every dollar raised, more than 87 cents is allocated to JA programming and the students we serve. (According to the National Charities Information Bureau, JA exceeds their philanthropy minimum guideline by 27%.) We remain committed to diligently managing our resources and to our philanthropic community in fulfilling each donor’s intent. Please know that an audited financial statement is available upon request.

EXPENSES 87% Program 7% Fundraising 6% General/ Administrative

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS JA’s Board of Directors is comprised of executives and business leaders who represent diverse facets of the local economy. Their wide range of backgrounds and professional expertise yield a dynamic and dedicated team with a hands-on approach to positioning JA as a leader in economic education. The leadership and philanthropic efforts of the Board of Directors are at the forefront of our efforts and accomplishments. CHAIR

Thomas Hauske, Jr. Everett Smith Group

Lynn Richtman U.S. Bank

Jennifer Wolff Godfrey & Kahn, S.C.

John Howard BMO Harris Bank

Jeffery Robinson Grant Thornton, LLP

Scott Wrobbel Deloitte

Karen Hung Lands’ End Corporation

Jay Rothman Foley & Lardner, LLP

James Ziemer

TREASURER

Charles Jacobus Jacobus Energy, Inc.

Sean Torinus Serigraph, Inc.

Paul Jones Harley-Davidson, Inc.

Dr. Linda Salchenberger Marquette University College of Business

MEMBERS

Kara Kaiser BMO Harris Bank

Keith Burns Ernst & Young LLP

SECRETARY Nancy Sennett Foley & Lardner LLP

Brian Adam Olympus Group Greg Banaszynski Chris Bauer AnchorBank Corp Wisconsin Inc. Kurt Bechthold Payne & Dolan, Inc. Lori Bechthold James Bolton Carl Brown Red Brown Kle Marketing Communications

John Koss, Jr. Koss Corporation

Kristine Seymour Humana - Wisconsin, Inc. Michael Sheppard Northwestern Mutual Pamela Shovers

Dennis Krakau Associated Bank

Wendy Slocum Burke Properties

Bruce Lanser UBS Institutional Consulting

Guy Smith Americor Management Services

Cindy Lu The Novo Group

Thomas Spero

Heidi Mains Mains Event Productions

Troy Carrothers Kohl’s Department Stores

Marsha Mather Laacke & Joys Company

Robert Cowen Badger Alloys, Inc.

Daniel F. McKeithan, Jr. Tamarack Petroleum Company, Inc.

Ted D. Crandall Rockwell Automation

Charles A. Mellowes Charter Manufacturing Company

Paul Danola

Dan Meyer BizTimes Milwaukee

Susan Davis Johnson Controls, Inc.

Michael Michels

John Splude JWS Classics Mary Ellen Stanek Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Paul Steffen Northwestern Mutual Lori Stortz McGladrey Michael Sutherlin Joy Global Dr. Robert Tatterson Sealed Air, Inc. Richard Teerlink

Eric Delzer Delzer Lithograph Company

William Nasgovitz Heartland Advisors, Inc.

Rafael Diaz-Granados GE Healthcare

Wayne Oldenburg Oldenburg Group Incorporated

Dr. Tony Evers State of Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction

Elizabeth Orelup Quarles & Brady, LLP

Susan Fronk MRA-The Management Association

William Otto

Joseph A. Tucker Victory Personnel

Stephen Patscot Spencer Stuart, Inc.

Dave Werner Park Bank

Diane Pellegrin

William West von Briesen, s.c.

James Fuchs Jamie Geschke FIS Robert Greene Chase Jon Hammes Hammes Company

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Peter Kordus BSI

Brad Schlossmann Schlossmann’s Auto Group

Michael Pepke Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C. Thomas B. Precia Integrated Risk Solutions Jonas Prising ManpowerGroup

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Todd Teske Briggs & Stratton Corporation Dr. Gregory Thornton Milwaukee Public Schools

Richard White We Energies Raymond Wilson PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP

DISTRICT BOARD CHAIRS George Brownell Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Fox Cities & Oshkosh Kay Buck Community Volunteer Coulee Region District Matt Gelb Wipfli LLP Brown County Co-Chair Patricia Hatem Sealed Air, Inc. Racine County Sean LaBorde M3 Insurance Solutions, Inc. Dane County Patrick Lyons Janesville Sand and Gravel/Lycon Rock County Melissa Moore Employment Options Inc. Wolf River District Paul Rahmlow Midwest Communications, Inc. Northcentral District Dave Randall SGI (Silicon Graphics) Northwest District Jennifer Rindt Kohler Company East Central District Chris Vanderheyden Double Digit Sales Growth Brown County Co-Chair

EMERITUS Russ Darrow John C. Koss, Sr. John A. Mellowes Leslie M. Muma Pamela S. Muma Richard R. Pieper Andrew P. Potos Barbara A. Stein James B. Wigdale


“JA is amazing! It was a life changing experience. It encouraged me to pursue a business career and push myself to be everything I could be. The result is a great job at a great company that I look forward to everyday. My JA experience is always fresh in my mind and an encouragement when I get frustrated.” – JA Volunteer

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INSPIRATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS We are grateful for the continued support of Kohl’s Department Stores for renewing their partnership with Junior Achievement of Wisconsin with a donation of $1.5 million over three years. The funding will allow JA to increase the use of technology in JA BizTown® and JA Finance Park®. The donation comes from Kohl’s philanthropic program, Kohl’s Cares®.

New Partners: This spring, JA BizTown® welcomed two new shop sponsors, Culver’s and Chase Bank to the “real” city. The addition of Carroll University and Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) as shop sponsors to JA Finance Park® gives students a new look at educational opportunities awaiting them.

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Future titans of industry squared off at the 2013 JA Wisconsin Business Challenge hosted by ACUITY in Sheboygan. Utilizing JA Titan®, this global business online competition teaches practical economic lessons in real-time. Harrison Widdes, Zachary Daniel and Anna Kurzynski (pictured left to right) of Rice Lake High School, earned post-secondary scholarships for placing first among 42 teams statewide.

A true Junior Achievement success story: In May 2013, JA Alum and Harvard Business School graduate, William Hsu, delivered the keynote address at Northcentral District’s Champions of Business Awards Dinner. Hsu credits much of his success to Junior Achievement. “While my parents taught me to work hard, JA taught me to be confident in myself and my abilities,” says Hsu. Hsu serves as Vice President & Group President of Hsu Ginseng Enterprises, Inc., a business started by his father.


YEAR IN REVIEW

“Junior Achievement was a great opportunity for learning about jobs. I now have the confidence and the knowledge to have a great interview, and get the job I desire.” – Jamie, High School Student

Tim Greinert, President of JA of Wisconsin, displays a plaque commemorating May 17, 2013 as “JA Day” in Milwaukee, as proclaimed by Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. “JA Day” creates opportunities for area businesses and volunteers to teach students about the importance of entrepreneurship, business concepts and financial literacy. On May 17th, 200 volunteers and 3,000 students from 8 different Milwaukee Public Schools participated in the “JA Day” program.

Road America Challenge. Thirty-four corporate teams from the Sheboygan area competed in three team-building challenges at the JA Corporate Challenge at Road America. Participants experienced how lacking financial literacy is like driving blind in the Blind-Folded Golf Cart Challenge. Entrepreneurs kept their eye on the ball with the Smooth Slalom, and everyone got a taste of global competition in the Go-Kart Races.

Young person recognizes value of volunteering: Griffin Monfils, a Shawano High School JA participant, received the Youth Volunteer Award from the Shawano Area Community Foundation, in part for the many hours spent volunteering for JA. Monfils remembers the learning and fun he had participating in JA as an elementary student and wanted to share that experience with current students.

“I will try to raise my grades from now to the end of senior year and college to get an amazing job,” said one 7th grade student from Merrill Middle School in Oshkosh after experiencing JA Finance Park®. The Oshkosh Area School District is excited to implement JA Finance Park® as a required class for all seventh grade students in the 2014/15 school year. Oshkosh joins eight other Milwaukee area school districts in making a level-wide commitment to Finance Park®.

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ADD IT UP:

4,835 734 4,160

Teachers Schools Volunteers

106,072

Students Reached

5,225

Classes Delivered

“The best thing about Junior Achievement is ... EVERYTHING! I learned so much about resources. My mom didn’t even know some of it!” – Beth, Elementary School Student

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PROGRAMS ENGAGING, AGE APPROPRIATE & FUN!

Junior Achievement elementary school programs help students learn the basic concepts of business and economics and how education is relevant to the work-place. The program themes teach students that people assume roles as individuals, consumers and workers that extend from the self and family to the world around them. Activities are age appropriate, colorful and fun. Programs prepare students for secondary school and lifelong learning.

JA OURSELVES™ |

Kindergarten

REDEVELOPED! JA OUR FAMILIES™ | JA OUR COMMUNITY™ |

1st Grade

2nd Grade

REDEVELOPED! JA OUR CITY™ | JA OUR REGION™ |

4th Grade

JA OUR NATION™ |

5th Grade

JA MORE THAN MONEY® |

3rd Grade

After School

“This is an excellent program for youngsters! Learning from people in the business world is very effective.” – Elementary School Teacher

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PROGRAMS

“I have learned through Junior Achievement that you can be anything you want when you try. I learned about the different jobs people have in the city. I also learned a lot about the many kinds of communities there are. I like Junior Achievement very much.” – Renee, Elementary School Student

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THE NEXT BIG IDEA! Jennifer

Birkholz, a 7th grade social studies teacher at DeLong Middle School in Eau Claire took a unique approach with her classrooms by teaching JA It’s My Business!® with a twist. Students split into teams and prepared a presentation show-casing their strongest business plan and proposal for a “Teen Center”. Groups then presented the information to a panel of business volunteers who provided feedback and selected the best idea.

MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMS MOTIVATING KIDS TO LEARN AND SUCCEED!

Junior Achievement middle school programs help students recognize education as a key to success. Programs stress the importance of education and staying in school, while introducing students to more in-depth economic concepts and the world of work. In alignment with Common Core standards, these programs supplement standard social studies curricula and develop communication skills that are essential to the working world.

JA AMERICA WORKS® REDEVELOPED! JA ECONOMICS FOR SUCCESS® JA GLOBAL MARKETPLACE® ALL NEW! JA IT’S MY FUTURE™ Teaches students how to explore potential careers, how to prepare for a new position and how to succeed in their career.

JA IT’S MY BUSINESS!® |

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After School

ADD IT UP: 485 227 893

Teachers Schools Volunteers

“Junior Achievement is a great addition to the classroom curriculum as well as a resource for bringing the community into the classroom.”

24,606

Students Reached

– Middle School Teacher

1,122

Classes Delivered

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PROGRAMS

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS

CONNECTING EDUCATION TO THE WORLD OF WORK Through the variety and depth of our high school programs, students gain a practical and realistic perspective of handling their finances, understanding the economy and managing educational and career choices. Students experience interactive programs where they practice concepts hands-on, such as forming mini companies or competing with one another in a computerized economy.

JA BE ENTREPRENEURIAL® ALL NEW! JA CAREER SUCCESS™ Equips students with the tools and skills required by employers to get and keep a job in 21st century, high demand industries.

JA COMPANY PROGRAM® JA ECONOMICS® JA EXCELLENCE THROUGH ETHICS JA EXPLORING ECONOMICS® REDEVELOPED! JA JOB SHADOW™ JA PERSONAL FINANCE® JA TITAN®

FOR CORY MARQUARDT, ONE SIMPLE CLASS SWITCH “LITERALLY CHANGED MY LIFE.” As a sophomore at D.C. Everest High School in Schofield, Cory made a big choice — dropping engineering and enrolling in a class called Entrepreneurship. In Entrepreneurship he participated in the JA Company Program®, an experience that proved to be “the best decision I made in high school.” “I was elected president and had an experience of a lifetime,” says Cory. The JA Company Program challenged Cory, requiring him to make business decisions in a

ADD IT UP: 405 227 992

Teachers Schools Volunteers

21,293

Students Reached

1,212

Classes Delivered

variety of scenarios…including terminating employees. After his experience in the JA Company Program®, Cory landed his first job as a teller at a local credit union. Next, he participated in the JA Business Challenge and was a student speaker at the Executive Business Challenge, both held in Wausau. As a senior he served as an advisor and received three more job offers from financial institutions. “Junior Achievement played a huge role in the creation of my network,” Cory says. “JA introduced me to area business leaders and job opportunities.” Cory is now active as a JA volunteer, teaching JA Our Region™ to fourth graders. Like many volunteers, he wants to give back and “show my appreciation and how thankful I was to have Junior Achievement in my life.” Cory will be a freshman at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa this fall. He is grateful for the Junior Achievement scholarship helping finance his education.

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CAPSTONE PROGRAMS

EMPOWERING STUDENT LIVES JA BizTown® and JA Finance Park®

EXPERIENCE THE ENTHUSIASM! JA BizTown® At JA BizTown®, fourth through sixth graders are able to connect education to the workforce when students run a “real” city economy as workers, consumers, and government officials. Students participate in classroom lessons prior to their full day visit to JA BizTown® putting their learning into action in the fully interactive simulated town. Students have jobs, earn paychecks and manage a variety of businesses including a restaurant, city hall, newspaper and retail stores.

JA Finance Park®

ADD IT UP: JA BizTown® 7,024

Students Reached

306

Classes Delivered

JA Finance Park®

JA Finance Park®, created for seventh through twelfth grade students, is a rigorous, hands-on financial literacy program where students complete personal financial transactions and create long-term financial plans. Upon arrival at JA Finance Park®, students are assigned an age, occupation, income and family scenario. They then navigate through the park and its storefronts managing their finances and constructing a workable household budget. Students engage in 20 hours of classroom programming; addressing personal finance and career exploration prior to their visit.

“I really enjoy the JA BizTown® program, and it is the best simulation I’ve participated in during my 24 years of teaching.”

9,066

Students Reached

365

Classes Delivered

Capstone Totals

16,090

Students Reached

671

Classes Delivered

– Elementary School Teacher

MPS LEARNING JOURNEYS allow all students across one grade to participate in a selected program. Milwaukee Public Schools chose Junior Achievement of Wisconsin’s JA Finance Park® as their 8th grade Learning Journey for a three-year partnership. JA Finance Park® was selected for its combination of standards-based classroom learning and hands-on learning experience.

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JA SUPPORTERS

MILESTONE INVESTORS Thank you to these corporate supporters who demonstrated exceptional financial commitment this year. These dedicated businesses provide the funding required to empower young people to own their economic success. Figures are based on combined annual operating, in-kind and event contributions. Diamond Level (over $100,000) Joy Global Junior Achievement Women’s Association Kohl’s Corporation Koss Corporation Emerald Level ($50,000 – $99,999) ADAMM – Automobile Dealers Association of Mega Milwaukee BMO Harris Bank Johnson Controls, Inc. JP Morgan Chase Foundation Rockwell Automation U.S. Bank We Energies Ruby Level ($25,000 – $49,999) Accenture ACUITY

Associated Banc-Corp Briggs & Stratton Corporation Caterpillar CBM Credit Education Foundation, Inc. Cellcom/Nsight FIS GE Healthcare Gordy’s County Market Gundersen Lutheran Harley-Davidson, Inc. Janesville Sand and Gravel/Lycon Journal Communications Judd S. Alexander Foundation ManpowerGroup Miller Electric Mfg. Co. PPC Industries, Inc. S.C. Johnson – A Family Company Tamarack Petroleum Company, Inc.

Kimberly-Clark Corporation The Marcus Corporation Nicholas Family Foundation Oshkosh Area Community Foundation Sam’s Club Sargento Foods, Inc. Sapphire Level ($15,000 – $24,999) Schenck SC Alliant Energy Foundation Weyers Family Foundation, Inc. American Family Insurance Group B.A. & Esther Greenheck Foundation Culver’s VIP Foundation, Inc. Delta Dental of Wisconsin Dudley Foundation, Inc. Ernst & Young LLP Everett Smith Group Foundation Milwaukee Public Schools Heartland Advisors, Inc. Humana, Inc. Kilian Management Services, Inc. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation Twin Disc, Inc. Walmart Wells Fargo Foundation

MILESTONE VOLUNTEER PROVIDERS Junior Achievement salutes our dedicated business and community volunteers who so generously give of themselves in the classroom. Their impact on the students is immeasurable and offers a rich learning experience for students. Thanks to these incredible volunteers and to the companies at which they work and institutions they attend. Diamond Level (150 or more volunteers or classes taught) BMO Harris Bank GE Healthcare Johnson Controls, Inc. U.S. Bank Emerald Level (100 – 149 volunteers or classes taught) Associated Banc-Corp Carroll University Chase Bank FIS Kimberly-Clark

Kohl’s Department Stores Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Ruby Level (50 – 99 volunteers or classes taught) Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Caterpillar Deloitte First Bank Financial Centre Harley-Davidson, Inc. Humana Inc. JP Morgan Chase ManpowerGroup

RCU Rockwell Automation Sargento Foods, Inc. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans UnitedHealthcare University of Wisconsin – Madison Sapphire Level (35 – 49 volunteers or classes taught) American Family Insurance Group Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP Brady Corporation Community First Credit Union

Edward Jones Ernst & Young LLP Greenheck Fan Corporation Joy Global M3 Insurance Solutions, Inc. Ridgestone Bank Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. S.C. Johnson – A Family Company Schneider National Inc. Target Wells Fargo Wisconsin Public Service Corporation

FREE ENTERPRISE SOCIETY The Free Enterprise Society provides national recognition of individuals for their personal gift of at least $10,000 for July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013. We honor this group for their commitment. Margaret and Keith Burns

Kim Hendricks

Nicholas Family Foundation

Colleen and Robert Cowen

Tina M. and Paul J. Jones

Wayne C. Oldenburg

Anne and Theodore D. Crandall

Mary and Ted Kellner

Suzanne and Richard Pieper Family Foundation

Sallie and Don H. Davis

Madeleine and David Lubar

Susan and Thomas Quadracci

Susan and James Davis

Mary Vandenberg and Keith R. Mardak

Mary and John Splude

Kathy and James H. Fuchs

Patricia B. and Daniel F. McKeithan, Jr.

Yvonne and James Ziemer

Katherine D. and Thomas J. Hauske, Jr.

Marian and William J. Nasgovitz

Joseph Zvesper

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WISCONSIN BUSINESS HALL OF FAME™ Induction Ceremony and Benefit Dinner

The Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame™ Induction Ceremony recognizes and honors the professional accomplishments of visionary businessmen and women who have shaped the economic landscape of Wisconsin. On April 17, 2013, over 450 distinguished business people from around the state gathered for this year’s ceremony at the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee to recognize the 2013 distinguished inductees. Thank you to all of this year’s honorees, sponsors and guests for coming together to celebrate the achievements of these icons of business.

HONOREES: From Left, Front Row

Peak Performer Award

NEIL WILLENSON KAPCO, Inc.

Distinguished Executive Award

DANIEL (JACK) F. MCKEITHAN, JR. Tamarack Petroleum Company

Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award

LUKE EISNER

Luke Eisner DJ & Lighting, LLC From Left, Back Row

Laureates

JOSEPH J. ZILBER*

Zilber Ltd. [Shown Accepting Award: Jim Borris, President & CEO, Zilber, Ltd.]

BEZELEE MARTIN Lena’s Food Market

DR. ADOLF GUNDERSEN*

Gundersen Lutheran Health System [Shown Accepting Award: Dr. A. Erik Gundersen]

Lifetime Achievement Award

LINDA MELLOWES *Inducted posthumously

Thank you to our Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame Sponsors:

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STATE OVERVIEW

Wisconsin Statistics 2012 – 2013

Northcentral District Northwest District

Wolf River District Brown County

Portage & Wood Counties

The Totals:

Coulee Region District

East Central District These ces are are theseoffi offices operated by offices other operated by offices other than JA of Wisconsin

6,050 1,133 7,881

Fox Cities & Oshkosh

Dane County

than JA of Wisconsin

That’s a 16% increase!

Teachers Schools Volunteers

168,061

Students Reached

8,226

Classes Delivered

Metro Milwaukee Racine County

Rock County Kenosha County

Junior Achievement of Wisconsin has 13 districts including the headquarters in Milwaukee. Each district sets its own budget, operates autonomously, is staffed locally and is guided by a local Board of Directors. This blend of local control and state support has allowed Junior Achievement of Wisconsin to successfully reach thousands of students annually. Brown County Students Schools Classes

12,634 82 601

East Central District Students Schools Classes

7,273 56 349

Northcentral District Students Schools Classes

9,716 56 475

Coulee Region District Students* 3,857 Schools* 38 Classes* 190

Fox Cities & Oshkosh Students 20,185 Schools 137 Classes 959

Northwest District Students Schools Classes

Dane County Students Schools Classes

Kenosha County Students Schools Classes

1,134 16 65

Portage & Wood Counties Students 3,063 Schools 32 Classes 160

Metro Milwaukee Students Schools Classes

68,854 427 3,338

10,611 90 518

Racine County Students Schools Classes

17,814 111 961

Rock County Students Schools Classes

4,236 25 200

Wolf River District Students Schools Classes

2,870 12 149

*Includes LaCrescent, MN totals which are not included in the totals for JA of Wisconsin as shown above.

6,288 51 282

JA delivered over 1.3 million contact hours to Wisconsin students during the 2012/2013 school year, a 23% increase over the previous year.

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WISCONSIN HEADQUARTERS:

JA Kohl’s Education Center, 11111 West Liberty Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53224 FOR INFORMATION: p: 414.577.3800 or 800.334.2026 e: info@jawis.org web: http://wisconsin.ja.org

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF WISCONSIN DISTRICT OFFICES Brown County

Dane County

Laura Bilotti, Director 416 George Street, Suite B03 De Pere, WI 54115 920.336.1444 lbilotti@jawis.org

Coulee Region District

Charlene Mouille, Director 2501 West Beltline Highway c/o Wipfli, Suite 401 Madison, WI 53713 608.288.8201 cmouille@jawis.org

Susan Peterson, Director Western Technical College C-106 P.O. Box 0908 400 Seventh Street North La Crosse, WI 54602-0908 608.789.4777 speterson@jawis.org

East Central District

Marcia Cassiani, Director of State Operations 1441 North Taylor Drive Sheboygan, WI 53081 920.458.0007 mcassiani@jawis.org

Fox Cities and Oshkosh Patti Warmenhoven, Director 300 North Appleton Street Appleton, WI 54911 920.882.0773 pwarmenhoven@jawis.org

Kenosha County

Marcia Cassiani, Director of State Operations 920.882.0773 mcassiani@jawis.org

Metro Milwaukee

Tim Greinert, President JA Kohl’s Education Center 11111 West Liberty Drive Milwaukee, WI 53224 414.577.3800 | 800.334.2026 info@jawis.org

Northcentral District Mari Stein, Director 2904 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715.842.1056 mstein@jawis.org

Northwest District

Susan Peterson, Director 505 Dewey Street South Suite 204, Mailbox 10 Eau Claire, WI 54701 715.835.5566 speterson@jawis.org

Portage & Wood Counties Tami Satre, VP Statewide Operations P.O. Box 34 Stevens Point, WI 54481 715.345.1104 tsatre@jawis.org

Rock County

Charlene Mouille, Director P.O. Box 1385 Janesville, WI 53547-1385 608.754.8760 cmouille@jawis.org

Wolf River District

Diane Heikes, Director 1201 East Zingler Avenue Shawano, WI 54166 715.524.8384 dheikes@jawis.org

Racine County

Debra Truckey, Director c/o Twin Disc, Inc. 1328 Racine Street Racine, WI 53403 262.638.4338 dtruckey@jawis.org

VISION

Junior Achievement will prepare young people to successfully navigate their economic future. Through learning experiences that simulate future success and support career discovery, JA programs provide students with the financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work-readiness skills that they will need to become responsible citizens and succeed in a global economy.

PURPOSE

To inspire and prepare young people to become successful in a global economy.

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