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MY JA

“The JA program was right on target with our core curriculum and the students loved the presentations. They were excited to hear about career options and about the lives of the business volunteers.� Educator 2


“My JA is all of you – all of us – working together to help NYC and Long Island kids take the next steps toward a better future.” MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Joseph A. Peri President Junior Achievement of New York Watch 2012 Annual Report videos at our YouTube Channel, www.youtube.com/MYJANYTV

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MY JA IS NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND EXPERIENCES

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JA programs and volunteers teach kids how to manage their money and how to manage their lives. By connecting what kids learn in school to real-world applications, JA helps kids to value education and plan for their futures.

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“My big dream is to one day travel into space. For now my feet remain firmly on the ground. My JA is helping me to plan what steps I need to take to achieve my life dreams. For me, it is a step in the right direction.� 6

Christopher Young JA Academy Student


OUR JA! Junior Achievement programs support youth development by providing young people with positive role models and an environment in which to model ethical concepts.

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

JA Junior Achievement EDUCATION supports education DEVELOPMENT development – the most important driver of high school graduation – by helping students connect classroom learning with life after graduation.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Junior Achievement supports economic development by fostering the spirit of entrepreneurship in students and by instilling 21st Century skills such as leadership and teamwork.

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PROGRAM IMPACT Grade Mix

Classes

Students

% of Total Students

Elementary

1,860

42,879

66.52%

Middle

449

11,350

17.61%

High

482

10,229

15.87%

2,791

64,458

100%

TOTAL

JA VOLUNTEERS BY GRADE LEVEL

JA VOLUNTEER TYPE 1,605

1,320

3,352

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3,305


JA CLASSES AND STUDENTS

Location

Classes

Students

Long Island

712

15,426

New York City

2,259

49,032

TOTAL

2,791

64,458

JA CLASSES BY BOROUGH AND COUNTY

JA SCHOOL AND AFTER-SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

62 46

700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

54

43

40

27 7 Bronx

Queens

Brooklyn

Staten Island

Manhattan

Nassau

641 548

421

291

67 Bronx

Suffolk

488

334

Queens

Brooklyn

Staten Island

Manhattan

Nassau

Suffolk

JA CLASSES BY PROGRAM CHANNEL 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

808

752 500 268

JA in a Day

High School Heroes

JA Weekly (Traditional)

Afterschool

168

152

143

Experiences

Job Shadow

Summer Programming

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JA ACADEMY

“Since Sharifa has been with JA Academy, she has come a long way. This program has helped her to build selfesteem and work ethic. I have seen her improve in every single area. She is more motivated, and she has become a whole different child, more willing to try new things.� Parent

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JA Academy is a three–year, after-school college and career-readiness initiative serving under-represented New York City high school students. The pilot program launched in spring 2012 with fourteen 10th grade students.

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HIGH SCHOOL HEROES

High School Heroes are JA New York’s youth volunteers. The High School Heroes program teaches young people leadership and communication skills, and the value of community service. High School Heroes serve as role models by: • Delivering JA programs in hard to reach, outer-borough areas • Teaching financial literacy skills to elementary students in their communities • Contributing to the future economic stability of their communities

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Queens Preparatory High School Hero students deliver JA financial literacy programs to PS 80 Thurgood Marshall Talented and Gifted Magnet Elementary School students.

“I want to thank you again for bringing your wonderful High School Heroes program to our school. Watching the Heroes interact with my kindergarten class made me feel proud to be a teacher. Hopefully we can make this a yearly event.� Educator

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SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS BRONX  K-8 SCHOOLS PS 71 Rose E. Scala School PS/MS 95 The Sheila Mencher School ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS CES 28 Mount Hope Centennial Elementary School Metropolitan Lighthouse Elementary Charter School PS 9 Ryer Avenue Elementary School PS 43 Jonas Bronck Elementary School PS 85 Great Expectations Elementary School PS 86 Kingsbridge Heights Elementary School PS 130 Abram Stevens Hewitt Elementary School PS 178 Dr. Selman Waksman Elementary School MIDDLE SCHOOLS Bronx Writing Academy Middle School IS 219 New Venture Middle School MS 201 Middle School MS 223 The Laboratory School of Finance and Technology Middle School MIDDLE / HIGH SCHOOLS Bronx Preparatory Charter School Frederick Douglass Academy III School Urban Assembly School for Applied Math and Science HIGH SCHOOLS Bronx High School of Science Bronx Leadership High School

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DeWitt Clinton High School Harry S. Truman High School High School of Computers and Technology Jill Chaifetz Transfer High School John F. Kennedy High School COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS Marbel Hill Community Center St. Ann’s Episcopal Church

BROOKLYN PRE-K-8 PS/IS 206 Joseph F. Lamb School K-8 SCHOOLS PS/IS 104 Fort Hamilton School PS 161 The Crown School PS 207 Elizabeth Leary Elementary School PS/MS 282 Park Slope School ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS America Come Back to God Christian Academy Elementary School Ralph A. Fabrizio Elementary School Young Scholars’ Academy for Discovery and Exploration Elementary School PS 3 Charrette Elementary School PS 11 Purvis J. Behan Elementary School PS 17 Henry D. Woodworth Elementary School PS 92 Adrian Hegeman Elementary School PS 102 Bay View Elementary School PS 106 Edward Everett Hale Elementary School

PS 115 Daniel Mucatel Elementary School PS 119 Amersfort Elementary School PS 139 Alexine A. Fenty Elementary School PS 203 Floyd Bennett Elementary School PS 222 Katherine R. Synder Elementary School PS 236 Mill Basin Elementary School PS 241 Emma Johnston Elementary School PS 249 Caton Elementary School PS 251 Paedergat Elementary School PS 253 Ezra Jack Keats International Elementary School PS 255 Barbara Reing Elementary School PS 264 Bay Ridge Elementary School for the Arts PS 276 Louis Marshall Elementary School PS 298 Dr. Betty Shabazz Elementary School PS 375 Mosaic Preparatory Academy Elementary School MIDDLE SCHOOLS General D. Chappie James Middle School of Science IS 187 The Christa McAuliffe Middle School IS 318 Eugenio Maria de Hostos Middle School Mott Hall IV Middle School Saints Joseph and Dominic Catholic Academy of Williamsburg Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for Young Women HIGH SCHOOLS Academy of Hospitality and Tourism High School Brooklyn Academy of Science and the Environment High School Brooklyn Preparatory High School


CLICK HERE to find your school Brooklyn High School for Music and Theatre Brooklyn Technical High School Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School George Westinghouse Career and Technical Education High School High School of Telecommunications, Arts and Technology New Utrecht High School St. Joseph High School COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS Bayview Community Center Brooklyn Chinese American Association Church Avenue Merchant’s Block Association Citizen’s Advice Bureau

MANHATTAN PRE-K-8 PS 184 Shuang Wen Academy School Good Shepard School K-8 SCHOOLS Harlem Academy School The Epiphany School PS/IS 111 Adolph S. Ochs School PS/IS 57 James Weldon Johnson School St. Gregory the Great School ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Transfiguration Elementary School PS 2 Meyer London Elementary School PS 34 Franklin D. Roosevelt Elementary School

PS 42 Benjamin Altman Elementary School PS 63 William McKinley Elementary School PS 83 Luis Munoz-Rivera Elementary School PS 96 Joseph C. Lanzetta Elementary School PS 129 John H. Finley Elementary School PS 142 Amalia Castro Elementary School PS 154 Harriet Tubman Elementary School PS 165 Robert E. Simon Elementary School PS 178 Elementary School PS 198 Isador and Ida Straus Elementary School MIDDLE SCHOOLS Mott Hall II Middle School MS 247 Dual Language Middle School

High School of Economics and Finance Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis High School Manhattan Bridges High School Manhattan Business Academy High School Stuyvesant High School COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS Ashfield School for Boys Children’s Aid Society Futures and Options Grand Street Settlement Harlem Education Activities Fund (HEAF) Harlem RBI Hudson Guild

MIDDLE / HIGH SCHOOLS Academy for Scholarship and Entrepreneurship School Community Health Academy of the Heights School Opportunity Charter School School of the Future Thurgood Marshall Academy School Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School  HIGH SCHOOLS Bard High School Early College Baruch College Campus High School Business of Sports High School City-As-School High School The Facing History High School Graphic Communication Arts High School High School for Dual Language and Asian Studies High School of Art and Design

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SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS QUEENS 

MIDDLE SCHOOLS IS 204 Oliver W. Wendell Holmes Middle School IS 230 Middle School MS 217 Robert Van Wyck Middle School

STATEN ISLAND

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS PS 2 Alfred Zimberg Elementary School PS 33 Edward M. Funk Elementary School PS 50 Talfourd Lawn Elementary School PS 51 Early Childhood Center Elementary School PS 80 Thurgood Marshall Magnet Elementary School PS 85 The Judge Charles J. Vallone Elementary School PS 86 Elementary School PS 102 Bayview Elementary School PS 117 Joyce Keld Briarwood Elementary School PS 127 Aerospace Science Magnet Elementary School PS 131 Abigail Adams Elementary School PS 150 Sunnyside Elementary School PS 166 Henry Gradstein Elementary School PS 201 The Discovery School for Inquiry and Research PS 203 Oakland Gardens Elementary School PS 212 Elementary School PS 223 Lyndon B. Johnson Elementary School PS 251 Early Childhood Magnet Elementary School PS 290 Elementary School PS 303 The Academy for Excellence through the Arts School

HIGH SCHOOLS Academy for Careers in Television and Film High School Aviation Career and Technical High School Benjamin N. Cardozo High School Forest Hills High School George Washington Carver High School High School for Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture Long Island City High School Hillcrest High School Newcomers High School Martin Van Buren High School Queens Preparatory Academy High School Queens Satellite High School for Opportunity Richmond Hill High School The Academy of Finance and Enterprise High School Townsend Harris High School Waterside High School for Leadership, leading Lives Learning and Community High School William C. Bryant High School

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS PS 5 Huguenot Elementary School PS 21 Elm Park Elementary School PS 54 Charles W. Leng Elementary School

PRE-K-8 PS 111 Jacob Blackwell School



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COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS Asian American Coalition for Education Goodwill Industries of Greater New York Latimer Gardens Community Center Queens North Community Center

K-8 SCHOOLS Staten Island School for Civic Leadership

HIGH SCHOOLS Susan Wagner High School Port Richmond High School Tottenville High School

LONG ISLAND: NASSAU K-8 SCHOOLS St. Martin de Porres Marianist School Progressive School of Long Island ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Floral Park-Bellerose School Archer Street Elementary School Barnum Woods Elementary School Birch Lane Elementary School Bowling Green Elementary School Covert Avenue Elementary School Drexel Avenue Elementary School East Lake Elementary School Fairfield Elementary School Franklin Early Childhood Center School


Franklin Elementary School Freeport High School Hillside Grade School Jackson Annex School J. Fred Sparkle Elementary School John Lewis Childs Elementary School John P. McKenna Elementary School Martin Avenue Elementary School Meadow Elementary School Meadowbrook Elementary School Parkway Elementary School Roland A. Chatterton Elementary School Raymond J. Lockhart Elementary School Summit Lane Elementary School Unqua Elementary School Wantagh Elementary School  IDDLE SCHOOLS M Bayville Intermediate School Howard B. Mattlin Middle School John W. Dodd Middle School Locust Valley Intermediate School Locust Valley Middle School Plainview Old-Bethpage Middle School Roland A. Chatterton Middle School Wantagh Middle School W.T. Clarke Middle School  IGH SCHOOLS H Baldwin Senior High School Division Avenue High School East Meadow High School Floral Park Memorial High School

George W. Hewlett High School H. Frank Carey High School Hempstead High School Hicksville High School Locust Valley High School Manhasset Senior High School Massapequa High School New Hyde Park Memorial High School Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School Westbury High School W.T. Clarke High School

Mount Pleasant Elementary School Mount Sinai Elementary School Norwood Avenue Elementary School Oakwood Primary Center Park View Elementary School Riley Avenue Elementary School South Street Elementary School

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS Gateway Youth Outreach Glencove Boys and Girls Club Hispanic Counseling Center The Rehabilitation Institute

LONG ISLAND: SUFFOLK K-8 SCHOOLS Our Lady of Perpetual Help School ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Accompsett Elementary School Andrew T. Morrow Elementary School Branch Brook Elementary School Countrywood Primary Center Dickinson Avenue Elementary School Dogwood Elementary School John F. Kennedy Elementary School (West Babylon) Mills Pond Elementary School

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FUNDRAISING IMPACT During the 2011-2012 school year, nearly 6,000 people from over 60 companies raised a total of $2,535,276 through a variety of fundraising events to benefit JA New York. JA fundraising events include corporate sponsored Bowl-A-Thons, our annual Golf Classic, and our signature annual Awards Dinner. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, funds raised provided the delivery of JA programs free of cost to our school and community partners.

BOWL-A-THON Fundraising Impact: 1,300 Classes / 39,000 Students Served! $1.3 Million raised by 4,948 Bowlers from 27 Companies at 29 Bowl-A-Thon Events

TOP 5 COMPANY BOWL-A-THONS

TOP 5 FUNDRAISING TEAMS

Goldman Sachs American Express PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP AT&T Citi

$20,988 Citi “Statnick Super Bowlers” $17,750 Banco Popular “Legal Mass Effect” $15,475 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP “Pinheads” $13,025 MetLife “Oddballs” $9,705 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP “Legends and Leaders”

$275,500 $220,200 $163,000 $111,000 $81,000

TOP 5 FUNDRAISING  INDIVIDUALS Joan Falcetta Tami Rosen Adrienne Lozito Heather Namovich Brian Fox

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MetLife Goldman Sachs PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP MetLife Citi

$12,575 $8,293 $7,305 $5,475 $5,315


ANNUAL DINNER

GOLF CLASSIC

IMPACT: 765 Classes / 22,950 Students Served! 494 attendees raised $765,535 – a 64% increase over 2010-11!

IMPACT: 314 Classes / 9,420 Students Served! $314,000 raised by 255 attendees

Honorees:

Hosted by:

David S. Rose Founder and CEO, Gust

Juju Chang Emmy Award Winning ABC News Journalist JA Alumna

Women’s Golf Clinic attendance increased by 50%

Melissa Beneson JFK High School Felisha Ramquar Academy of Finance and Hospitality

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MY JA IS

NETWORKING, PARTNERSHIPS AND COMMUNITY

Celebrating National Financial Literacy Week: JA New York students participate in a New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Closing Bell Ceremony to promote the value of economic education for students.

Watch 2012 Annual Report videos at our YouTube Channel, www.youtube.com/MYJANYTV

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FINANCIALS

SOURCES OF FUNDING

5% 10%

4%

Events Corporations Gifts-In-Kind Foundations

26%

55%

Individuals

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CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION INVESTORS $200,000 +  NASDAQ OMX

 $100,000 - $199,999 

American Express Daniel & Joanna S. Rose Fund, Inc.

$50,000 - $99,999 

Accenture AT&T Capital One Bank Citi Ernst & Young LLP Goldman Sachs HSBC Bank USA, N. A. JP Morgan Chase & Co. KPMG LLP MetLife Pfizer Inc PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Ruby Peck Foundation Thomson Reuters U.S. Bank NYSE Euronext

 $25,000 - $49,999  Bank of New York Mellon Deloitte & Touche LLP

Edelman National Grid The G. C. Andersen Family Foundation The Walt Disney Company Verizon WPP

$15,000 -$24,999 

BlackRock Financial Management, Inc. Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. FedEx Express Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP Terex Corporation The Boston Consulting Group Turner Broadcasting Sales Inc.

 $10,000 - $14,999 

Achievement Foundation BBCN Bank Centuria, Inc Credit Suisse Council For Economic Education Digitas Euro RSCG Life Hogan Lovells US LLP Medimedia Health Morgan Stanley Smith Barney New York Life Insurance Co. Oracle Corporation PDI, Inc. Pitney Bowes

The Sidney Milton & Leoma Simon Foundation Small Bone Innovations, LLC Spark Consulting The Daft Family Foundation TransPerfect Translations TD Ameritrade Viscogliosi Bros., LLC

 $5,000 - $9,999 

American International Group Atrium Staffing Avis Budget Group Bradford Renaissance Portraits Bravosolution Broad And Cassel Cognizant Technology Solutions Deluxe Delivery Systems, Inc DTI Global ING Direct JUICE Pharma Worldwide, LLC Kelley Drye & Warren LLP Medline Industries, Inc Musculoskeletal Clinical Regulatory Advisers, LLC Paradigm Spine, LLC PGA Tour, Inc. Prudential Real Estate Investors Sentry Facility, Inc. Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom SL Green Management LLC The CDM Group Vision IT West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. Wheels Inc.



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$2,500 - $4,999 

Adams Golf Archive Power Systems, Inc Docuxplorer Software Asurion Big Bowl, LLC dba Frames Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. Consolidated Marketing Services Covington & Burling LLP Gen Re Lincoln Controls, Inc. Manhattan Borough President Office Network Infrastructure Inc. Pantech Wireless, Inc. Starr Companies Vale Communications, Inc

$1,000 - $2,499 

1424 Herkimer Development LLC 2402 Atlantic Holdings LLC American Recovery Service, Inc. Anthony F. Lama Rlty Srvcs, Inc. Appcelerator, Inc. Artech Information Systems Chapman and Cutler LLP Cullen and Dykman, LLP D.W. Morgan LLC Dilworth Paxson LLP EMC Corporation Frandzel Robins Bloom & Csato, L.C. FTI Consulting Golub Capital Inc. IBM Corporation Image Office Environments LLC Insight Direct USA, Inc. Interpublic Group Companies

Jaffe & Asher, LLP K&L Gates LLP Marrus Family Foundation, Inc. McKinsey & Company, Inc. Mercer Microsoft Mobile Communications Plus MSC Industrial Direct New Beach Residence LLC North Jersey Development Group, Inc. Patni Computer Systems, Inc. Post, Polak, Goodsell, MacNeill & Strauchler, P.A. Rosner, Nocera & Ragone, LLP Select Service, Inc. Shuch Family Foundation Sony Ericsson The Air Products Foundation The Baobab Fund The H. O. West Foundation The Wireless Experience Thirdview LLC United Recovery Systems, Inc. Williams Lea Inc. Wilshire State Bank

John J. Piccinnini Memorial Fund Inc. McGlinchey Stafford PLLC Mobileistic Morris Levine Key Food Stores Foundation Product Center Research In Motion The Rosenthal Law Firm Two Brothers Scrap Metal, Inc. Vidal Partnership, Inc. Winick Realty Group, LLC Wireless World

 Below $500 

We are grateful to 89 corporate and foundation investors who gave a total of $12,949.

$500 - $999 

A & D Wireless Corp AMF Wireless, LLC Bancker Construction Corp. Becket & Lee, LLP Chemical Specifics, Inc. Cisco Systems Foundation Durst Organization L.P. East Hampton Wireless GC Services Hotspot Wireless, Inc.

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Individual Investors $25,000 +

Gavin G. O’Connor Paul Schreiber

$10,000 - $24,999 

Philip S. Armstrong Steven Barry Dennis J. Block Margaret C. Fechtmann Elisabeth Fontenelli Gary J. Kozlowski Deborah Leone Richard J. Poccia Crystal L. Sampson Laurence Stein Thomas D. Teles

$5,000 - $9,999 

Michael P. Barton Robert Berry Rebecca Cenni Leslie V. Godridge Gregg Felton Jeffery B. Goldenberg Thomas Groos William Janetschek Andrew J. Kaiser Ami Kaplan J. Christopher Kojima Merrill M. Kraines

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Eric Lane Peter J. Lyon John W. McMahon James McNamara Kenneth E. Newman Tim O’Neill Charles H. Perl Michael J. Richman Peter C. Russel Jeffrey W. Schroeder Gavin Simms Michael L. Simpson Thomas Statnick Timothy Tynan Robin A Vince Dr. h.c. Anthony G. Viscogliosi Anré Williams

$2,500 - $4,999 

Jenifer Adams Willie E. Dennis Diane E. D’Erasmo Thomas DeVito Joseph W. Duggan Sean Gallagher Victor Malanga Nanette Malebranche Lisa Martin Michael & Katherine Modena Robert E. Moritz X. R. Niu Daniel Rose

Marc Sheinbaum Craig Soloff Donald Toumey Kimberly A. Wagner Doug and Judy York Joanne Zaiac

$1,000 - $ 2,499 

George Albertelli Don Baird William J. Barrett Andrew J. Berndt Christopher Biasotti Victoria Brigis Joseph T. Bueche Michael W. Chin Henry Chiu Ryan Ciccarone Donna Coallier Rick Collins John D’Addario Bruce A. Daigh Thomas Degarmo Anil Deo Irene Dorner David Drake Amar Duggal Neal and Phyllis Finkelman Brian Fox Cory Freshour Kara Friedenberg P. Gregory Garrison

Brandon Haenel Joan Hendrie Michael Hickey Linda Holliday Peter K. Ingerman Sandra W. Jackson Robert Janukowicz Timothy Kelly Christopher Keogh Jeff Leaird Hee Lee Michael Lee Salvatore Lentini Riccardo A. Mancuso James Marrow David Matlin Dana McIlwain Jeffrey McPartland Victoria Meyer Glenn Minetti Tony Mondoro Howard Morgan John Paguaga Brett Palmeri Michael A. Poveda James Rittinger Scott Robertson Tami Rosen Judy Smith Rita Smith Galen Timur Candice Tse Janette Walby

Kevin Wassong Laura Wilkes Robert J. Womack Caroline Wong Kenneth Wong Ben Zelinsky

$500 - $999 

Angelo Abdela Michael J. Abrams Patrick Aklward Reginald Andre Jennifer Barbetta Michael Barkman Gail & Drew Benenson Gordon Bennett Thomas Berkery Lombardi Bernardino Tania Bikerman Gary M. Binstein Gina Biondo Dotti L. Blue Myron I. Blumenfeld James Bowers Colleen M. Boyce Patricia A. Brown Stephen Brown Christopher Burke Russell Burns Michael Burwell Joseph Busuttil Joan Carroll


John F. Carter Robert B. Catell Kevin Chin Rob Cignarella Scott Coates William M. Cobourn Carri Jo Cohen Tom Connors Rashi Dahl Wade Deffenbaugh Jared Deith Paul DeZinna Kevin Dillon Christopher Doroszczyk Joseph Duffy Jack Dunn Patrick Durbin Elizabeth Dwyer Mark Evans Dennis J. Finn Bill Fisse Ira Fitlin Thomas Fontana C. D. Fuge Charles W. Gerdts Claire V. Girardot Robert Gittings Michael Goldstein Jeffrey B. Gotlinger Nikki Gowan Victor Guo Louis Haddad Kathleen Hagen

Maggie Hallinan Thomas Hand Julie Harris Laurie Harris Linda Herman Jessica Hickey Damien Hughes Amornrat Isaraphanich Jose Jimenez Jill Johnson Sonya Kapoor John David Kast Richard Katzman Keith Kochie William J. Kolasky E. Koval Alexander Kroner Cathy A. Laguardia Elias Lambros John P. Lane Xi Li Bonnie Ligget Bernandino Lombardi James M. Maher Eddie Malhotra Brian Margulies Anthony Massimino Alan Matsumura John McGinnis Donald Mcgovern Chris Mcgrath Donald Middleton Rohit Motiani

Sagheer Mufti Saidah Nash Carter John O’Connor Samer Ojjeh Jill Palmer Christopher Pascuma Umesh Patel Tracey Perini David Pichler Denise Pickett Ken Porcaro Travis Potter Kristine Poznanski Segolene Prot D. N. Radey Rabih Ramadi Sal Restivo Matilde Reyes Cory Robbins Kevin Ryan Timothy Ryan Leslie Sanderson Gurminder Sandhu Michael Schoenhaut Gary Scott Christopher Scudellari David Seaman Judith Shandling Jennifer Sharf Stacey Sharpe Maryana Shteyman Manika Sood Bradley Stansberry

Derrick L. Steele Sheree Stomberg Edward Stroz Donald Stuart Michael L. Swartz Gary Tillett Anna Turkenich John Twite Lisa Vahdat Brian M. Varga John Verdonck James Way Mark D. Weber Trevor Williams Steve Wiltse Rose E. Wolf Ellen Zelinsky Richard & Jane Zenker

 Below $500 

We are grateful to 925 individual investors who gave a total of $132,459.

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GIFTS-IN-KIND We are grateful to the following companies for generously contributing in-kind services valued at $355,171: American Express A.T. Kearney AT&T BBCN Bank Best Buy Captivate Network Chadbourne & Parke LLP Crains NY

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Credit Suisse Crowe Horwath LLP Deloitte & Touche LLP Edelman FedEx Express Fillit Communications Goldman Sachs Google Inc.

HSBC Bank USA, N.A. K&L Gates National Grid NBC Universal PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Taxi-TV Turner Broadcasting U.S. Bank


MY JA IS

A REINVESTMENT IN THE COMMUNITY

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Junior Achievement of New York

STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION June 30, 2012 and 2011 The following represents excerpts of the financial statements of Junior Achievement of New York as of and for the years ended June 30, 2012 and 2011. Our independent auditors, KPMG, LLP, have examined the complete set of financial statements, upon which they have issued an unqualified opinion. Download JA New York’s financial statements, including our independent auditors’ report here. You may also call 212-907-0077 or email us at audit@jany.org.

Assets Current assets: Cash and cash equivalents Contributions and special events receivables (note 3) Inventory Prepaid expenses and other assets

2012

2011

204,147 796,764 23,431 30,303

163,483 761,191 24,838 24,280

1,054,644

973,792

707,558 194,669 99,765

858,952 10,717 —

1,001,992

869,669

$

2,056,637

1,843,461

$

281,275 — — 28,336 —

222,276 — 10,000 — 26,652

309,611

258,928

44,676 111,328

465,615

258,928

426,696 1,164,326

372,028 1,212,505

1,591,022

1,584,533

2,056,637

1,843,461

$

Total current assets Long-term assets: Long-term contributions receivables (pledges), net (note 3) Fixed assets, net (note 4) Prepaid expenses and other assets (note 6) Total long-term assets Total assets Liabilities and Net Assets Current liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses (note 10) Short-term borrowings (note 9) Deferred revenue Obligation under capital lease Deferred rent obligation (note 6) Total current liabilities Long-term liabilities: Obligation under capital lease Deferred rent obligation (note 6) Total liabilities Unrestricted net assets Temporarily restricted net assets (note 5) Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets See accompanying notes to financial statements.

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$


Junior Achievement of New York

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES June 30, 2012 and 2011

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF NEW YORK, INC. Statements of Activities Years ended June 30, 2012 and 2011

Operating support and revenue: Contributions, net of participation payments of $35,477 and $52,968 in 2012 and 2011 (note 3): Corporate Individual Foundations

$

Total contributions, net Special events income (note 3) Special events expenses and participation payments Special event income, net In-kind contributions (note 8) Interest and other income Net assets released from restriction Total operating support and revenue Operating expenses: Program services - Education programs Supporting services: Management and general Fund-raising: Volunteer recruiting costs General solicitation of funds Total fund-raising expenses

Unrestricted

Temporarily restricted

472,210 170,194 91,361

418,743 — 58,413

2012

Permanently restricted

— — —

Total

890,953 170,194 149,774

2011

Unrestricted

Temporarily restricted

Permanently restricted

544,719 182,623 157,426

440,590 — 56,886

— — —

985,309 182,623 214,312

Total

733,765

477,156

1,210,921

884,768

497,476

1,382,244

2,535,276 (639,429)

— —

— —

2,535,276 (639,429)

2,209,031 (520,627)

— —

— —

2,209,031 (520,627)

1,895,847

1,895,847

1,688,404

1,688,404

355,171 7,835 525,335

— — (525,335)

— — —

355,171 7,835 —

700,520 2,587 554,376

— — (554,376)

— — —

700,520 2,587 —

3,517,953

(48,179)

3,469,774

3,830,655

(56,900)

3,773,755

2,279,255

2,279,255

2,416,753

2,416,753

389,393

389,393

445,685

445,685

27,793 765,844

— —

— —

27,793 765,844

177,472 667,512

— —

— —

177,472 667,512

793,637

793,637

844,984

844,984

Total supporting services

1,183,030

1,183,030

1,290,669

1,290,669

Total operating expenses

3,462,285

3,462,285

3,707,422

3,707,422 (2,180)

Nonoperating activities: Losses on pledges

(1,000)

(1,000)

(2,180)

Total nonoperating activities

(1,000)

(1,000)

(2,180)

(2,180)

Increase (decrease) in net assets

54,668

6,489

121,053

64,153

Net assets at beginning of year Net assets at end of year

$

(48,179)

(56,900)

372,028

1,212,505

1,584,533

250,975

1,269,405

1,520,380

426,696

1,164,326

1,591,022

372,028

1,212,505

1,584,533

See accompanying notes to financial statements.

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MY JA IS

REWARDING AND EMPOWERING

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“An achiever is a person who never quits, even in the face of adversity. I feel fortunate to have options in life to achieve my dreams, and I am going to utilize them to reach my full potential.” Felisha Ramquar Academy of Hospitality and Tourism 2011 Student of the Year

L-R: Shatiek Gatlin, High School of Economics and Finance; Felisha Ramquar and Melissa Benenson – 2011 Students of the Year; and Gramercy Bonilla, High School of Economics and Finance.

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ABOUT US Our Mission is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.  Junior Achievement of New York is a local affiliate of JA USA®, the world’s largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices. Corporate and community volunteers deliver JA programs and provide relevant, hands-on experiences that give students from kindergarten through high school, knowledge and skills in financial literacy, work-readiness and entrepreneurship. Franchise Area: New York City – Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island Long Island – Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Our Past and Our Present: Founding Year of JA USA Founding Year of JA New York Board Members Associate Board Employees

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1919 1929 42 21 28 (24 F/T and 4 P/T)


“Junior Achievement is more than a mission; it is a movement; an idea that reminds us that education is more than ensuring kids can attend a good school; it is about helping to position kids to dream and to eventually make into a reality their own personal visions of success.” MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD CHAIR

Richard J. Poccia Board Chair Junior Achievement of New York Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Watch 2012 Annual Report videos at our YouTube Channel, www.youtube.com/MYJANYTV

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS Board Chair Richard J. Poccia Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Joseph A. Peri President Junior Achievement of New York Secretary Peter Ingerman Partner Chadbourne & Parke LLP Treasurer Gary Kozlowski Partner Ernst & Young LLP Vice Chair Chris Andersen Founding Partner G. C. Andersen Partners LLC Vice Chair & Chair Audit Committee Margaret C. Fechtmann Vice Chair Leslie V. Godridge Executive Vice President U.S. Bank

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Vice Chair Gavin O’Connor Managing Director Goldman Sachs

Dennis Block Senior Chairman Global M&A Greenberg Traurig LLP

Vice Chair Dr. h.c. Anthony Viscogliosi Principal Viscogliosi Bros., LLC

Charles Borrok Vice Chairman Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

Vice Chair Anré Williams President Global Merchant Services American Express

MEMBERS Pervez Bamji General Auditor Pitney Bowes Kevin Barr Senior Vice President Human Resources Terex Corporation Michael Barton Partner Accenture Andrew J. Berndt Vice President Creative Lab Google Inc.

Saidah Nash Carter Vice President Professional News Thomson Reuters Willie E. Dennis Partner K&L Gates LLP Diane D’Erasmo Executive Vice President Commercial Banking HSBC Bank USA, N.A. Thomas DeVito Vice President & General Manager NY, NJ AT&T Joseph Duggan (ex-officio) Partner KPMG LLP Michelle Greene Vice President & Head of Corporate Responsibility Executive Director, NYSE Foundation NYSE Euronext


Walker Jacobs Senior Vice President Turner Digital  ick Johnson N Senior Vice President NBC Sports Digital Media NBC Universal Ami Kaplan Deputy Managing Partner Northeast Deloitte & Touche LLP Scott Karnas Corporate Controller KKR & Co. L.P. Merrill Kraines Partner Fulbright & Jaworski LLP Victor Malanga Executive Vice President & Worldwide Chief Financial Officer Edelman Nanette Malebranche Managing Director Big Apple District FedEx Express Gregory Markel Partner, Co-Chairman Litigation Dept. Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft

Mona Moazzaz Vice President & Chief of Staff Global Technology & Operations MetLife

Amy Springsteel Director Corporate Responsibility ING USA

Kenneth Newman Senior Vice President Eastern Regional Counsel & Assistant Secretary The Walt Disney Company

Thomas Statnick Managing Director & Global Head Trade & Treasury Solutions Technology Citi Transaction Services

David Obstler Crystal Sampson Partner Ernst & Young LLP Paul Schreiber Partner Shearman & Sterling LLP Marc Sheinbaum Chief Executive Officer Chase Auto Finance & Student Loans JPMorgan Chase & Co. Craig Soloff Gerry Spitzer Senior Vice President Investments, SRS Group Corporate & Executive Services UBS Financial

Brian Varga, P.E. Director U.S. Technical Learning and Development National Grid Kimberly Wagner, PhD Senior Partner & Managing Director The Boston Consulting Group Kevin Wassong CEO LIN Mobile, LLC David Wicks Vice President Global Corporate Client Group NASDAQ OMX Joanne Zaiac President Digitas, New York Region

45 Board Members as of 2/01/13

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ASSOCIATE BOARD CHAIR Crystal Sampson Partner Ernst & Young LLP

MEMBERS Christopher Andrew Vice President Group Director Media Digitas Health Gary Binstein Managing Director Thomson Reuters Joseph Bueche Esquire Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP Christopher Burke Managing Director Collaboration, Inc. Dawn Carrillo Vice President NY Metro Marketing Manager Banco Popular, North America  Susan Corley Sepe Senior Manager Operations FedEx Express 

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Sean Egan Senior Manager KPMG LLP Jesse Fan Associate, Private Equity Apax Partners Kara Friedenberg Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Tom Hand Senior Manager Operations FedEx Express Keith Kochie Vice President Broker Dealer Services The Bank of New York Mellon Brian McMorrow Director Field Operations NYC National Grid John Paguaga Senior Vice President Regional Sales Manager CMB Cash Management HSBC Bank USA, N. A. Michael Poveda Partner AERS, Financial Accounting and Reporting Services Deloitte & Touche LLP

Michael Schoenhaut, CFA Executive Director Global Multi-Asset Group JP Morgan Asset Management Maryana Shteyman Director Institutional Clients Group Citi Rashmi Singh Manager Financial Services Advisory Ernst & Young LLP Binu Thomas Director Strategic Planning and Services MetLife Candice Tse Vice President Goldman Sachs


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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

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RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND EVENTS

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