Monmouth Medical Center was proud to host a Junior Achievement, New Jersey Future Business Leaders of America (“NJ FBLA”), and DECA Titan competition semifinal on January 19.
One of JA New Jersey’s key strategies is to partner with more STEM organizations to educate and inspire student participants to learn more about STEM careers for their future, according to Catherine Milone, President, Junior Achievement of New Jersey.
“We were so excited to have a JA Titan competition semifinal at Monmouth Medical Center.´ she said. “We are grateful to the hospital for hosting our students because for many of them, it was their first time walking through a medical center’s doors beyond serving their health care needs. Through the JA Titan business simulation competition the kids are going to have the opportunity to interact with role models who care and share their world of work with them.”