November 30, 2017

The Hartford, Junior Achievement offer online startup program for teens

PHOTO | Contributed
PHOTO | Contributed
The Hartford's headquarters.

Property and casualty insurer The Hartford is teaming up with Junior Achievement USA to launch an online program the helps teens build a business plan based on ideas they have for a startup.

Called JA MyBiz Builder, the program quizzes teen users, and then guides them through an interactive experience that results in a detailed business plan.

Since 2014, The Hartford has been a supporter of Junior Achievement's entrepreneurial initiatives.

"The JA MyBiz Builder is an engaging way for young people to learn business and financial skills that empower them to be successful," said Diane Cantello, vice president of corporate sustainability for The Hartford.

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