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Junior Achievement of North Central Ohio also celebrated renovations with a ribbon-cutting and networking event at 4253 Executive Circle NW earlier this month.

The nonprofit teaches financial literacy, career readiness and entrepreneurship skills to young people. Renovations involved adding a history and donor wall designed by local artist Mac Love of ART X LOVE and a new Burton D. Morgan Foundation Student Collaboration Zone.

"Working closely with the Burton D. Morgan Foundation and Kent State University at Stark, this area marries technological innovation, educational impact, and community partnerships to give our local students a home to sharpen their skills and futures," Tyler Adams, vice president of development at Junior Achievement, said in an email.

It allows students to schedule times to work on their Junior Achievement Company Program products or services and use virtual reality to explore careers with Transfr.

In addition to the Burton D. Morgan Foundation, the project received funding from the Paul & Carol David Foundation, Timken Foundation, Hoover Foundation and J.M. Smucker Co.


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