JA STUDENTS ARE enthusiastic


Marie Aramouni is a sophomore at Inlet Grove High School where she is studying TV Production. Marie started working as an Intern in the JAPBTC office during her Winter Break from school; where she led the creative development of our brand new website...THIS website!  While Marie was not formally trained as a web developer and this was in fact her very first time working on a project of this magnitude Marie diligently and enthusiastically "figured it out!"  Marie spent her Spring break working on this website as well; working overtime most days to get the job done. She faced challenges with courage and determination and never settled for anything less than perfection. Marie was a joy to work with and the final product is incredible. The team at JAPBTC is inspired by Marie's work ethic and character. 

ja students are tenacious

Chris Rocha is only 14 but he is the CEO of his own company; Kryptic Tech. He is also a JA Company student who will be presenting his business plan to a panel of judges at JA Pitch on April 25th.  Chris interned with JAPBTC during his Spring break where he assisted with building our brand new website. Chris started his game development company in 2014; and plans to launch his first game this year. Chris is a freshman at South Tech High School studying computers. He taught himself to code in Elementary school and is now earning certifications even before he graduates. We are inspired by Chris!

JA students are informed

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