Ernst & Young helps JA

Ernst & Young is investing in Cayman’s
youth by contributing to Junior Achievement.

“Together we are making a
difference – inspiring young people about career possibilities, helping them
manage finances, and realizing their potential,” said JA Programme Director
Tara McField.

Junior Achievement represents
business in the community. It is financial contributors such as Ernst &
Young that make life achievements possible for future employees, consumers and

Junior Achievement of the Cayman Islands is
committed to providing an experiential supplement to the business and economic education
of young people, to help them better understand economics and how businesses
are organised and operated. This commitment encompasses helping students to
develop critical thinking, speaking, and leadership skills, understand the rewards
of a free enterprise system, introduce students to career opportunities,
teach basic workforce-readiness skills and foster a positive relationship between our youth
and the business community.

 For more information on the
Junior Achievement programmes, contact Ms McField at 949-4306 or [email protected]