Guam – Bank of Hawaii recently presented a $3,500 donation to Junior Achievement of Guam at the bank’s Hagåtña headquarters.
JA Worldwide® (Junior Achievement) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. As a corporate sponsor of Junior Achievement Bank of Hawaii is invested in supporting our island’s students and contributing to the business and economics education of our future leaders.
Bank of Hawaii is a proud sponsor of the JA “More Than Money” program which meets the needs of a diverse group of elementary school students by providing engaging, academically enriching and experiential learning sessions in economic education.
“Bank of Hawaii is proud to support the great opportunities Junior Achievement programs offer our island’s students,” said Ron Cannoles, executive vice president, Bank of Hawaii. “Business and economics education for our youth increases financial literacy, opportunities for leadership and will help prepare our students for success in a global economy.”
(left to right) Ron Cannoles, Bank of Hawaii Executive Vice President, Meg Tyquiengco, JA Board member, Beth Lizama JA Executive Director, Dave Beaver, JA Vice Chair and Erlinda Alegre, Bank of Hawaii Senior Vice President and JA Chair.