Bank of America Partners to Bring Financial Literacy to Kids

Bank of America and Junior Achievement (JA) have

partnered to bring financial literacy skills to kids on the Eastern Shore.
Students had the opportunity to participate in financial literacy education
classes. Each day, a volunteer visits a class and teaches important lessons in
economics, business and financial awareness. Some topics included are the
importance of saving money, strong job interviewing skills, responsibilities as
citizens and how to dream big encouraging students to learn what it takes to
start your own company. Above, Ryan Kirby of Merrill Lynch presents a $3,000 to
JA President Jayme Weeg. Submitted Photos