Junior Achievement Virtual Town Halls
The American economy depends on the entrepreneurial spirit and the success of small business. In light of the impact of COVID-19 on the economy, this unique interactive event will give teens across America the opportunity to ask questions to some of the country's most experienced entrepreneurs. In "Why Entrepreneurship Now? A Virtual Event for America's Teens" the panelists offer simple, straightforward strategies to empower participants to start the entrepreneurial journey in their youth and lay the foundation for a successful future.
JA and CNBC teamed up to present a Virtual Town Hall to answer teens' questions about the financial impact of COVID-19. Moderated by CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson, this video features teens from across America asking a panel of experts about steps being taken to deal with the economic downturn from the pandemic. Panelists include Sheila Bair, Daymond John, Brad Klontz and Chicago's own Brian Coleman.
Support JA's Programming
JA + CNBC Virtual Town Hall
Why Entrepreneurship Now - A Virtual Event for America's Teens