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COMMUNITY IMPACT JA Nova Scotia MISSION & CORE PURPOSE

To inspire and prepare young people to succeed in the global economy. EDUCATIONAL PILLARS

• Financial Literacy • Entrepreneurship • Workplace Readiness VALUE PROPOSITION

Achievers are: • 25% less likely to be unemployed • Three times more likely to plan for their future • Three times more likely to be managers • Twice as likely to study and work in business • 50% more likely to open their own business

TOP HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS

1\UPVY(JOPL]LTLU[OHZVќLYLKTLTHU` opportunities for personal growth even after 0NYHK\H[LKMYVTOPNOZJOVVS0»TPU]VS]LKHZ HU(S\TUPI`ZWLHRPUNH[L]LU[ZH[[LUKPUN UL[^VYRPUNZLZZPVUZ]VS\U[LLYPUN^P[OV[OLY programs such as Economics for Success HUK[LZ[PUN[OLUL^WYVNYHT (K\S[PUN HWYVNYHTKLZPNULK[VOLSWZ[\KLU[ZSPRL T`ZLSM[YHUZP[PVU[VPUKLWLUKLU[SP]PUN – Lori Anthony, JA Nova Scotia Alumni, Liverpool

Developed and launched

JVSSHIVYH[P]LWYVNYHTZ Became the

fastest growing charter in Canada

for at-risk and marginalized youth

Increased

VWLYH[PVUHSÄUHUJPHSYLZV\YJLZby 33%

Launched incubators for student company ventures (nested inside sponsor companies) Launched an "in community" program delivery strategy (outside the classroom)

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,_WHUKLKJVYLKLSP]LY` (Pre-school to post-secondary, ages 3 to 25)

Increased program volume by 84% and student reach by 83%

Launched the new Legacy Project which includes a sustainability fund for JA and ongoing engagement and recognition of our laureate community

9HPZLKZPNUPÄJHU[WYVÄSL for JA amongst key stakeholders in the entrepreneurial ecosystem


Programs 847 Programs Delivered 18,013 Number of Students 93,172 Student Hours 916 Number of Volunteers 15,210 Volunteer Hours PROGRAM MAP

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WHAT ACHIEVERS HAD TO SAY

89% of achievers felt that JA programs were important to future success

91% felt more prepared to be successful after experiencing a JA program

84% felt they learned a lot about career options

Region

Students

Programs

South West

3,602

174

North East

3,607

179

Cape Breton 3,694

175

Halifax

7,110

319

18,013

847

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PROGRAM

DELIVERED STUDENTS STUDENT VOLUNTEERS VOLUNTEER HRS. HRS.

JA OURSELVES I HAVE SKILLS OUR BUSINESS WORLD ITâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S MY FUTURE ECONOMICS FOR SUCCESS DOLLARS WITH SENSE INVESTMENT STRATEGIES IDEATION BOOTCAMP COMPANY PROGRAM #ADULTING WORLD OF CHOICES SPECIALTY PROGRAMS

30 76 63 77 390 21 15 11 42 10 76 36

569 1,568 1,289 1,718 9,202 375 327 144 447 42 1,687 645

1,138 3,136 5,156 5,154 36,808 1,500 3,270 1,728 24,580 84 6,748 3,870

TOTAL

847

18,013

93,172 916

1 1 23 73 516 26 2 93 1 98 82

3 3 138 365 3,096 156 32 10,170 3 588 656

15,210

VOLUNTEER HOURS add the equivalence of

8 ADDITIONAL FULL TIME EMPLOYEES to JA Nova Scotia.


FROM HERE TO THERE

AGE RANGE OF STUDENTS

NUMBER OF PROGRAMS

3-25 16

PROGRAM

GRADE(S)

JA Ourselves I Have Skills More Than Money Our Business World Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s My Future JA-AMP Economics for Success World of Choices Investment Strategies Program Ideation Bootcamp Company Program Dollars With Sense Be Entrepreneurial Personal Finance Coaching Program #Adulting

Pre-School - 1 Grades 3-4 Grades 3-4 Grades 5-6 Grades 7-8 Grades 7-12 Grade 9 Grade 9 Grades 9-12 Grades 9-12 Grades 9-12 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grades 11-12 HS & Post-Secondary Post-Secondary

Resources FUNDING

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$126,123 $251,358 $147,302

$69,500 $312,645

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2018 Nova Scotia Business Hall of Fame Laureates Stu Rath Stu began his career in 1976 when he purchased Eastern Cablevison. In 1985, Stu partnered with John Bragg to purchase Halifax Cable. After the sale of his cable interests in 1995, Stu furthered his investment in several other businesses including an airport environmental service company, a wholesale and office supply company and an ice company. Stu believes that with success in business you have a responsibility to give back to your community. Stu has supported the Rath Eastlink Community Centre, Rotary House and the Colchester Hospital. Stu's leadership ability is evidenced by his successful career in Cable TV and his experience on various Boards, most recently where NSBI. These initiatives have enabled Stu to provide advice to aspiring entrepreneurs to flourish. “I am honoured to have been selected for induction into the Junior Achievement of Nova Scotia Business Hall of Fame. I would like to thank my Business colleagues who supported my nomination. I look forward to meeting my fellow inductees and learning more about the Junior Achievement program.”

R. Diane Campbell Diane Campbell is President and CEO of Berkeley Holdings Limited, operator of four retirement residences in Halifax. Diane was born and raised in Halifax. She graduated from Acadia University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree and received her Bachelor of Law Degree from Dalhousie University. Diane was admitted to the Nova Scotia Bar in 1968 and practiced law with Daley Black Moreira & Piercey for several years. She served on many boards, including Neptune Theatre, the Discovery Centre and was the Founding chair of the Victoria General Hospital and the Co-Chair of the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Door-to-Door Campaign. In 2013 Ms. Campbell was the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. “It is such a great honour to be inducted into the JA Nova Scotia Business Hall of Fame. I feel privileged to join the ranks of the esteemed business people previously inducted, and to be considered a role model for youth who demonstrate entrepreneurial interest and leadership. As a business woman, I am delighted to be named a laureate and it is my hope that my induction will pave the way for other Nova Scotian women to earn this recognition.”

Rob Steele Rob began his entrepreneurial career in auto-related industries. In 1990, Rob divested his interest in the local franchise of Auto Trader magazines and used the proceeds to purchase the first auto dealership. He proceeded then to build the Steele Auto Group, based in NS, into the largest and most diversified auto group in Atlantic Canada. The Steele Auto Group is recognized as one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies. While building the Auto Group, Rob also joined the Board of Directors of Newfoundland Capital Corporation (TSX-NCC.a, NCC.b) in 1997. In 2001, the Board asked Rob to take a leadership role at NCC were he has served as President and CEO ever since. “I am pleased, honored and humbled to accept this induction to the Junior Achievement Nova Scotia Business Hall of Fame and to join past recipients who I have admired and respected. A very special thanks to the nominating and judging committees for selecting me. I look forward to supporting and celebrating Nova Scotia’s young leaders and entrepreneurs.”


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BOARD OF GOVERNORS CHAIRMAN CIRCLE

JP & Louis Deveau, Acadian Seaplants Limited Savior Joseph, Aurora Glen Leblanc, Bell Canada Steve Parker, CCL Group Richard Calder, Charm Diamond Centre Colin MacDonald, Clearwater Fine Foods Inc. Frank Sobey, Crombie Richard Florizone, Dalhousie University Steven Laffoley, Halifax Grammar School John Bragg, Eastlink Keith Dexter, Gateway Insurance Group Douglas Reid, KPMG

Al MacPhee, MacPhee Ford Mickey MacDonald, Micco Companies Limited Sean O’Regan, O’Regans Automotive Group Troy Harnish, Rogers Communications Robert Summerby-Murray, Saint Mary’s University Lydia Bugden, Stewart McKelvey Roger King, Supplement King Dean Robertson, The Shaw Group Limited Ian Wilson, Wilson’s Fuel Co. Inc. Wadih Fares, WM Fares Group

GOVERNOR Diane Campbell, Laureate Rob Steele, Laureate Stu Rath, Laureate Peter Ricketts, Acadia University Kristen Allison, Accomplice Jill & Sean Murray, Advocate Dennis Campbell, Ambassatours Gray Line Andrew Creaser, Barrington Consulting Group Gary Anderson, BMO Bank of Montreal Greg Bakeef, BMO Nesbitt Burns Gina Gale, BDC Joe Randell, Chorus Aviation Inc. Mike Bagnall, CIBC Roy Cluett, Cluett Insurance Brokers Inc. Chris Keevill, Colour Daniel Gallivan, Cox & Palmer Marie Mullally, CUA Sylvain Charlebois, Dalhousie University Paul Janes, Deloitte Ken Shea, East Coast Credit Union Ryan McKinnon, FMAV Wade Taylor, Grant Thornton LLP Carrie Cussons, Halifax Convention Centre John Hawkins, Heritage Gas Henry Demone, High Liner Foods Incorporated Shane DeCoste, HXA Malcolm Fraser, Innovacorp Jeff Forbes, Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette Rob Dexter, Maritime Travel Cheryl Hodder, McInnis Cooper Kris Duffy, Medavie Blue Cross Jeff MacLean, Michelin North America Bill Vienneau, MNP Duane Rath, MotorHub Automotive Group

Kevin Rodgers, Nautel Limited Pat, d’Entremont, Nicom IT Laurel Broten, Nova Scotia Business Inc. Bob MacKinnon, Nova Scotia Gaming Corp Mark Sidebottom, Nova Scotia Power Don Bureaux, Nova Scotia Community College Mauro Ricordi, iNova Credit Union Jim Mills, Office Interiors Gary MacKenzie, Party Ice Ingrid Foshay Murphy, Provincial Government Employees Credit Union Maxime Lessard, PWC Mike Bagnall, Queen’s Realty Roger Howard, RBC Philip Jenkins, RBC Dominion Securities Inc. Phil Otto, Revolve Dawn Anderson, RSA Eric Fry, Sandler Training Andrew MacKinnon, SBW George Bishop, Scotia Investments Limited Jim Rogers, Scotiabank Mark Shannon, Seaboard Transport Group Patricia Bradshaw, Sobeys School of Business Colin Dodds, Saint Mary’s University Master of Finance Josef (Jim) Spatz, Southwest Properties Limited Tom Stanfield, Stansfield’s Rob Steele, Steel Auto Group and NewCap Radio Steve Richard, Teacher’s Plus Credit Union Scott Belton, TD Bank Catherine Campbell, The Berkeley David Wood, The Municipal Group of Companies Ian Sullivan, Venor Danny Chedrawe, Westwood Properties


About the Legacy Project:

Vision and Objective:

The Legacy Project is an initiative being led by the Nova Scotia Business Hall of Fame Laureates and stewarded by Junior Achievement of Nova Scotia. The plans involve both a digital strategy and a permanent gallery to host the portraits and history of the Laureates.

Engage and inspire Nova Scotians and the world with the stories and history of Nova Scotian business leaders through the Nova Scotia Business Hall of Fame Laureates – titans of industry, business and entrepreneurship.

Soft Pledges

Confirmed Donations

Campaign Total

$249,500

$628,500

$878,000

Our Investors: Bill Black

Colin MacDonald

David Sobey

George Caines Richard Calder

Mary O’Regan Stephen O’Regan

Donald Sobey Frank Sobey

Irene D’Entremont

Steve ParkerJoe

Jim Spatz

Jim Eisenhauer Josephine Eisenhauer

Randell

Rob Steele Annette Verschuren

Wadih Fares

Smith

Bill RitchieSteve

Chris Huskilson Information as reported September 4, 2018. $343,464 in funding has been received to date.


Phase 1 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Digital Wall The digital strategy is comprised of a digital audio/visual wall, fully integrated into the architecture of the atrium space at the Halifax Convention Centre. The content is dynamic and accessible via touch navigation. In addition to showcasing the portraits and biographical information of the Laureates digitally, the wall houses individual media galleries for each Laureate. These galleries can be expanded annually and feature the respective history of the Laureate as well as that of their associated business(es).

Phase 2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Permanent Gallery The portraits are culturally significant content. The gallery promotes the business leaders and business history of Nova Scotia. Inductees represent our economic heritage and their stories inspire the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs. The gallery promotes learning and engagement with the living past. The result will be a museum-quality, curated space with new narrative content on display to enhance the educative experience. The gallery will be hosted by Dalhousie University.

The Legacy Project is governed by an advisory committee, chaired by Wadih Fares and including: Irene Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Entremont, Steve Smith, Frank Sobey, Chris Huskilson and Kristin Williams.


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New Program Spotlight JA Nova Scotia’s World of Choices Spring 2018 76 grade 9 classes 7 events around the province 1,687 students 75 career mentors Over 55 different professions

What did students say about WOC?

The majority of students knew very little about careers before attending WOC

“Being able to learn more about careers I am interested in and learn about careers I didn’t know I would be interested in.” “I know more about the education necessary to get into a career in radio and television.” “I liked all of it, it was such a great experience!” “It was organized and informative. It helped me figure out what careers I might be interested in.”

Students felt more prepared to be successful in developing an education and career path after WOC

“I liked the feeling of independence and learning about new career options by myself.”

What did teachers say about WOC? “I thought this was a wonderful event. I wish they'd had something like this when I was in school! I particularly enjoyed when the mentor was someone students could relate to and felt connected with.”

After WOC students felt more confident and knowledgeable about career options

“I think the NSCC as a location was perfect and that most of the students had job [mentors] that were well suited to their interests. I hope this becomes an annual event for the grade nines in the future.” “This was a wonderful event and it really spark their passion. …Showcasing careers that are important or needed in the future as well as some different ones they may not have considered before.”

Students enjoyed the experience of being outside of school and independently exploring career options


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