Junior Achievement of Arkansas, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping young people get the training and tools they need for economic success, has announced the date of its annual JA Virtual Pitch Competition.
The competition will take place on Aug. 22, 2022. Junior Achievement President and CEO Tonya Villines invites students from 13-18 years old to pitch their innovative business ideas for a chance to win startup cash. Three winners will be awarded a prize of $500 each.
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