Junior Achievement’s (JA) mission is to educate and inspire young people to value free enterprise, understand business and economics, and be workforce-ready. JA brings economics to life by providing K-12 students the marketable skills they will need for future success. Adult volunteers facilitate hands-on activities directly with students during the school day using curricula prepared by JA. Brian’s Foundation recognizes their efforts by presenting a cash award at Junior Achievement’s annual Business Challenge.
2019: Elizabeth Schumacher is pursuing a degree in Graphic Design at NWTC
2018: David Winther of Pulaski High School.
2017: Travis Warax of Pulaski High School
2016: Holly Nelson
2015: Jacob Jaworski
2014: Amanda Charles, DePere High School. She is pictured here with her business challenge partner, Olivia Rao and mentors Jeff Mills and Michael Proch from Amerprise.
2013: Brenna Adamski, Pulaski High School
2012: Adam Tisch, Pulaski High School
2011: Jenny Karrasch, Pulaski High School
2010: Maikou Lor, West DePere High School
2009: Jacob Staszak, Pulaski High School
2008: Ashley Schreder, Pulaski High School
2007: Amanda Brodhagen, Preble High School
2006: Joseph Schuster, Denmark High School
2005: Steve Schmidtke, Pulaski High School
2004: Jeff Piaskowski, DePere High School