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Volunteers are needed to teach Junior Achievement Financial Literacy Classes at five middle schools in the county. Junior Achievement provides all of the curriculum and materials for the volunteers. The curriculum lays out the concepts the volunteers will teach and how to teach them. There is also a one-time, hour-and-a-half volunteer training required for all new volunteers.

Middle schools in need of instructors are: Rosa Parks, Olney; Cabin John, Potomac; Roberto Clemente, Germantown; Lakelands Park, Gaithersburg; and White Oak, Silver Spring.

For more information visit www.myja.org or call Jeni Pastier 301-838-0471.