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2005 Annual Report
of New York, Inc.
Table of Contents
3 4 8 13 15 18 20 22 28 32 34 35 36 38 40 42 44 46 Letter from the Chairman and President Program Highlights Special Event Highlights In the Classroom The Schools In the Community School Partnerships High School Heroes Business Investors Individual Investors Bowl-A-Thons Gifts-In-Kind Financial Statements Leadership Transition Board of Directors JANY Staff List About JANY JANY Program Summary
[L-R] David L. Shedlarz, Chairman, JANY (Vice Chairman, Pfizer Inc.); Douglas E. Schallau, President, JANY; Phillip Lynch, Vice Chair, JANY (CEO, Reuters America, Inc.).
To Our Investors
FROM THE CHAIRMAN I am pleased to report that the 2004-2005 academic and fiscal year was a good one for Junior Achievement of New York (JANY). Our programs reached nearly 93,000 students throughout New York City and Long Island with the number of classes increasing by 19%. Financially, we raised $3.9 million and ended the year with a surplus. This is a strong performance in a very competitive and dynamic environment. I am also very proud of many of the new and innovative programs that were implemented and will be described in Doug Schallau’s comments that follow. As I conclude my three-year chairmanship of JANY, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all of our vitally important constituents who are the heart and soul of this great organization: • to our partners in education who welcome our programs into their classrooms; • to the over 3,900 volunteers who generously donate their time to teach our programs; • to our funding partners who can see the wisdom of investing in children through JANY; • to our JANY Board members who give so willingly of their time, resources and commitment to support JANY’s mission; and • to the JANY staff who play the vital role of connecting all of our constituents to the mission and who work tirelessly day in and day out in support of the organizational vision. I am grateful to Phil Lynch, CEO of Reuters America, for accepting the leadership opportunity to serve as your next Chairman. He is a dedicated Board member and classroom volunteer who will provide the capable leadership necessary to take JANY to the next level of excellence. Finally, because of my commitment to this organization and the children we serve, I intend to stay actively involved to ensure an orderly transition and to continue to change lives. FROM THE PRESIDENT David Shedlarz is justified in his pride in our performance during the past year. Nearly 93,000 students participated in 3,600 classrooms, taught by 3,900 volunteers in 298 schools. We also worked with 77 community partners in 161 locations. Because of David’s leadership over the past three years, incoming Chairman Phil Lynch will inherit an organization with a sound foundation for growth. David generously provided the resources to make significant improvements in the fundamentals of JANY. Of the many contributions David made over the last three years, I would like to highlight a few: • one of David’s legacies will be a much stronger Board of Directors which is JANY’s resource engine. During his threeyear chairmanship, we have added thirty-two new members to our Board; • leading the implementation of two of JANY’s most successful funding events; our Annual Leadership Awards Gala and our Aim For Success basketball shoot-out at Madison Square Garden. Combined, these two events now generate over $500,000 in annual net revenues; • the inauguration of our S.M.A.R.T. program that gives over 500 students per year exciting and engaging experiences with Science, Math, Art, Reading and Technology; • a substantial investment in developing and strengthening the capability and capacity of the JANY staff. On a personal note, I extend my gratitude to David for being more than a Chairman. He is a true mentor and friend who is a model of consistent leadership. Every time I needed him, he was there with wisdom and unfailing support. I will be forever grateful. One of the most important responsibilities of a leader is to groom successors. Because of David’s leadership, we are blessed with many capable leaders on the Board. Phil Lynch will prove to be the right leader at the right time. Thank you David for raising the bar and setting a standard for all to emulate.
David L. Shedlarz, Chairman Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. Vice Chairman, Pfizer Inc.
Douglas E. Schallau, President Junior Achievement of New York, Inc.
GROUNDHOG JOB SHADOW DAY:
In February 2005, JANY facilitated the 8th annual Groundhog Job Shadow Day Program and provided 1,716 students with an impressive variety of job shadow experiences across New York City and Long Island. The Job Shadow Program provides students with an “up-close and personal” look at the working world. It illustrates and makes connections between the skills students learn in school and the skills required to be successful in the workplace.
RIGHT: CBS weatherman Dave Price poses with JANY Groundhog Job Shadow Day student participants.
ABOVE: NBC Today weatherman, Al Roker [L] poses with JANY students outside NBC studios, NYC, as part of the Groundhog Job Shadow Day experience. RIGHT: JANY President, Doug Schallau [center] and JANY students visit CNBC anchor, Ron Insana [R] on the set of his CNBC financial news show “Street Signs” as part of Groundhog Job Shadow Day activities.
HIGH SCHOOL HEROES
The JANY High School Heroes Program was initiated in spring 2000 to give outer borough and Long Island elementary school students access to both JANY programs and to high school role models from their communities. Participants in the High School Heroes Program exemplify the importance of staying in school and giving back to the their communities.
LEFT: High School Hero volunteers from Springfield Gardens HS, Queens, spend the day teaching a class of elementary students from PS 80. BELOW: High School Hero volunteers from George Washington Carver HS team teach a class of elementary students from PS 251.
The Heroes are selected based on their sense of commitment, class participation, relevant coursework, behavior and/or a desire to mentor younger students. The program is a wonderful leadership and learning experience for the high school students and their elementary school student mentees.
The Annual S.M.A.R.T. Expo builds upon the concepts and skills students learn throughout the school year as participants in JANY programs. In May 2005, over 500 middle and high school students participated in various engaging educational activities and exhibits that taught practical business knowledge in the subjects of Science, Math, Art, Reading and Technology. Over $15,000 was raised. Many thanks to Con Edison and Commerce Bank for sponsoring the event. Booth participants included Accenture, Commerce Bank, Pfizer Inc., Mad Science, MetLife, School of Visual Arts, Red Cross, NY State Banking Department, Disney, FDNY and Dr. William Farber- New York City Department of Education and the Dr. Charlotte K. Frank Math Center at City College NY. Many thanks to Jim Abry of Madison Square Garden for hosting the event.
STUDENT AMBASSADOR PROGRAM
JANY Student Ambassadors are a prestigious group of high school students who have demonstrated a strong desire to give back to their communities. The JANY Student Ambassador Program puts motivated young students on the fast track to a successful future. Student Ambassadors are required to demonstrate leadership ability, a desire to succeed, a willingness to get involved and an intrinsic interest in business. The students are nominated by their teachers, or by current Student Ambassadors. Ambassadors meet on a monthly basis to participate in activities such as public speaking seminars, career and college counseling, cultural activities and job shadow experiences. They also attend and speak at JANY functions including the Annual Leadership Awards Gala, Bowl-A-Thons, board meetings, other fundraising events, and our year end Volunteer Recognition event.
ABOVE: Jennifer Min, JANY Student Ambassador, 2003-2004 Student of the Year.
YOUNG WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
In May 2005, JANY launched its inaugural Young Women’s Leadership Conference sponsored by MetLife. The conference engages 10th and 11th grade young women from New York City and Long Island schools, in a discussion of issues concerning women in the workplace. Female business leaders from JANY partner companies participate as presenters and mentors to the young women. The conference also aims to encourage young women to begin setting personal and financial goals for their futures. Through participation in breakout sessions and interactions with speakers and mentors, young women learn about the skills they need to make their futures successful.
YANKEE NIGHT / METS’ NIGHT
Yankee Night and Mets’ Night are fun-filled “public recognition” events celebrating the accomplishments of the JANY Essay Contest winners. It is also a fundraising event where friends and supporters of JANY purchase tickets to see the on-field essay contest winner presentation and a game. All proceeds from the ticket sales are used to support on-going JANY programs in New York City and Long Island schools. Yankee Night took place in June 2005. It raised over $10,000. Over 500 people participated. The event was highlighted by JANY’s Essay Contest winner Sarah Mae Lagasca (an 8th grade student from Our Lady of the Snows School in Floral Park), who received her award on the field prior to the game. JANY Mets’ Night event also took place in June. The Queens Essay Contest winner, Elizabeth Magno (a 4th grade elementary school student from Our lady of Lourdes School, Malverne, NY) was presented her award on the field.
NYC JANY Essay Contest winner, Sarah Mae Lagasca [center] is presented with a winning certificate and a savings bond by JANY Board Member, Richard Poccia [R], JANY (Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP) at the June 2005 Yankee Night event. Her teacher, Roberta Oberle[L], celebrates with her.
HOW JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT HELPED ME PLAN FOR MY FUTURE
The mind of your average 8th grader is filled with thoughts of fun, friends, family, and mastering the art of “growing up.” The last thing we want to think about is work. But (as we all know) knowledge is a powerful thing that will help us succeed in life. Junior Achievement provided me with a fun, easy and effective way to help me plan for the future… …Now, before Junior Achievement, I used to hate Math. I had no enthusiasm for the subject at all. But when I worked with “fun” things like jellybeans, hard candies, and pretzels, I started to enjoy Math. This trimester, I accomplished a 99 Math average. Junior Achievement taught me to enjoy math and showed me that I would need it later on in life… Last year, Mrs. Herbert brought in a newspaper that we would use to look through the job listings. This lesson basically brought my “calling” before my eyes. I was creative, worked with children well, and liked to teach. After flipping through the paper, I saw several openings for 1st to 7th grade teachers, my personal dream job. Junior Achievement has given me many things: confidence, knowledge, and useful skills to have as I grow up.
Sarah Mae Lagasca Yankee Night Essay Winner 8th Grade Our Lady of Snows
Special Events Highlights
75TH ANNIVERSARY GALA
Junior Achievement of New York’s 3rd Annual Leadership Awards Gala presented by Citibank, was held at the beautiful Winter Garden at the World Financial Center, downtown New York. The Annual JANY Gala celebrates the values of Junior Achievement — Integrity, Respect and Excellence. The 2004 JANY Gala celebration also marked JANY’s 75th Anniversary of inspiring New York City and Long Island students to be successful. Sue Herera of CNBC’s Power Lunch was the emcee for the Leadership Awards Program, with the Highbridge Voices providing entertainment. 2004’s honorees were five very deserving people who personify the values of leadership, integrity and achievement: • Business Leader – Maura Markus, President of Citibanking, North America and JANY Board Member; • Community Leader – Robert Knowling, CEO, NYC Leadership Academy--NYC Department of Education; • Volunteer Leader – Ron Bernstein, Director, Risk Information and Banking, American Express; • Education Leader – Ursula Koffer, Teacher, Murry Bergtraum High School; • Student Leader – Jennifer Min (JANY Student Ambassador), a senior at the Bronx High School of Science.
OPPOSITE: JANY’s 3rd Annual Leadership Gala Awards: [L-R] Larry Leva, JANY Board Member (Partner, KPMG); Steve Liguori, JANY Board Member (SVP, GE Consumer Finance, Americas); 2003-2004 Business Leader of the Year Awardee, Maura Markus, JANY Vice Chair of School Relationships (President, Citibanking NA) ; Joel Klein, Chancellor NYC Schools; Ursula Koffer, Educator of the Year Awardee 2003-2004 (Murry Bergtraum High School); 2003-2004 Student of the Year Awardee, Jennifer Min (Bronx High School of Science); David L. Shedlarz, JANY Chairman of the Board (Vice Chairman, Pfizer Inc.); Bill Kolman, JANY Board Member (VP, AT&T); Kim Wagner, JANY Board Member (VP & Director, Boston Consulting Group); Carmen Farina, Deputy Chancellor for Teaching & Learning, NYC DOE; Douglas E. Schallau, JANY President.
The annual JANY Celebration event recognizes the hard work, dedication and the contributions of our educational, volunteer and student ambassador partners who help to make JANY programs successful.
TOP: JANY 2003-2004 Celebration event [L-R]: David L. Shedlarz, JANY Chairman (Vice Chairman, Pfizer Inc.); Joann Sicoli, (Admin. Asst./Mtg. Planner Dev. Ops. Leadership, Pfizer Inc.); James Abry, JANY Board Member (SVP, Madison Square Garden); Peter Marchetto, JANY Board Member (President, Bovis Lend Lease LMD, Inc.); Douglas E. Schallau, JANY President. RIGHT: JANY 2003-2004 Celebration event [L-R]: Douglas E. Schallau, JANY President with 2003-2004 Celebration Honorees [L-R]; David Salem, teacher & consultant, John Dewey HS; Carol Lawrence, JP Morgan Chase, JANY volunteer; Suzanne Dreifuss, teacher PS 158; Dwayne Davis, student, Hillcrest HS & David L. Shedlarz, JANY Chairman (Vice Chairman, Pfizer Inc.).
AIM FOR SUCCESS
In June of 2005, JANY held its 4th annual Aim for Success basketball shootout contest at Madison Square Garden. Many thanks to our sponsors Pfizer Inc., Verizon, AT&T, FedEx and Best Buy. Sixty-four teams competed in a hoop shooting contest at “the world’s most famous arena” while raising funds for the students of New York City and Long Island. Over 160 players participated. The contest was won by Big Pete’s All Stars (Bank of America), led by avid JANY supporter John Paguaga. The evening also included a silent auction which raised an additional $10,000. This year’s event raised over $60,000. Thank you to all of our auction supporters.
ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC
JANY’S Annual Golf Classic fundraising event was held in August 2004 at Westchester Country Club. The event raised $125,000. Fifty foursomes and 200 Golfers participated. Winning Teams: Low Gross South Course: Soros, captained by Forrest Berringer Jones — Score 31 Low Gross West Course: Pfizer Inc., captained by Patrick Egan — Score 33 Low Net South Course: Granite Broadcasting, captained by Larry Wills — Score 24 Low Net West Course: Ernst & Young, captained by Mike McGovern — Score 28
LEFT: Presenting Sponsor executives [L-R] Greg Vahle, Co-Chairman of JANY Golf Classic (Pfizer Inc.), Phil Dunphy (Pfizer Inc.) & Douglas E. Schallau, JANY President.
RIGHT: Presenting sponsor executive, Peter Kirn, Co-Chairman, JANY Golf Classic (Accenture)
Many thanks to: Presenting sponsors: Accenture and Pfizer Inc. Reception sponsors: Bovis and PricewaterhouseCoopers Driving Range sponsor: Bovis
In the Classroom
JANY’s K-12 programs inspire young people to be successful by providing them with the tools, strategies and motivation to thrive in school, in the workplace and in life. The JANY interactive curricula complements and enhance the New York State Social Studies curriculum and teaches students about business, economics, life skills, and communications. In the elementary grades, the students explore their roles as workers, consumers and individuals. Students come to understand their participation in the family unit and the greater community. They explore activities such as operating a business, making decisions and the needs and wants of a community. In the middle grades, JANY promotes a strong message of staying in school correlating what is learned in the classroom with their future careers, earning potential and personal growth. The students explore their career opportunities, reflect on their own school, work and family experiences and assess their personal skills to begin to create a blueprint for the future. The high school curriculum focuses on helping students make informed decisions about their future and further cultivates their skills. Strategic thinking, web-based business models, leadership skills and the role of business in society helps to further develop a positive skill set and attitude in tomorrow’s leaders.
OPPOSITE: Volunteer Tara Amitrano of Computer Associates (L.I.) teaches financial literacy to 1st grade students in Andrew T. Morrow Elementary School (L.I.).
The New York corporate community enables funding and volunteer resources to reach school children in the New York and Long Island communities. This past year, JANY programs reached nearly 93,000 students in 298 schools across New York and Long Island. Over 3,900 volunteers inspired our students in over 3,600 classrooms. Through the School Partnership program, JANY pairs an organization with a school(s). This year 24 businesses adopted 80 schools in our area. The businesses make an impact in the local communities and the schools receive dedicated role models and resources that might otherwise not be available. The JA-In-A-Day program is a total immersion in the elementary school program. This is an intensive one-day program that provides dramatic results. It also demonstrates JANY’s responsiveness to the competing demand on our volunteers for their time, without compromising the quality of the experience.
MANHATTAN Elementary School PS 1 Alfred E. Smith PS 2 Meyer London PS 33 Chelsea School PS 34 Franklin D. Roosevelt PS 42 Benjamin Altman PS 64 Extended Time School PS 72 PS 83 Luis Munoz Rivera PS 92 Manhattan PS 98 Shorac Kappock PS 110 Florence Nightingale PS 123 Mahalia Jackson PS 124 Yung Wing PS 133 Fred Moore PS 134 Henrietta Szold PS 137 John L. Bernstein PS 140 Nathan Straus PS 142 Amalia Castro School PS 145 Bloomingdale PS 152 Dyckman Valley PS 153 Adam Clayton Powell PS 154 Harriet Tubman PS 158 Baylord Taylor PS 166 School of Arts/Technology PS 183 The School for Discovery PS 184 Shuang Wen Academy PS 188 The Island School PS 197 John B. Russwurm PS 198 Ida Straus School PS 199 Jesse PS 200 James M. Smith K-8 School Annunciation School Epiphany School Holy Name Jesus School Our Lady of Pompeii School Our Lady of Sorrows School St. Anthony’s St. Columba School St. Gregory the Great School
St. Joseph School St. Jude School St. Patrick School Yeshiva Ketana of Manhattan Middle School MS 44 William J. O’Shea MS 54 Booker T. Washington JHS 56 Anthony Corlears JHS 104 Simon Baruch IS 131 Dr. Sun Yat Sen JHS 143 Eleanor Roosevelt IS 164 Edward W. Stitt JHS 167 Robert F. Wagner IS 195 Roberto Clemente MS 256 School of Academic and Athletic Excellence Mott Hall II High School A. Philip Randolph High School Cathedral High School Chelsea Vocational High School Fiorello H. Laguardia High School Graphic Communication Arts High School High School For Humanities High School for Leadership and Public Service High School of Art and Design High School of Economics and Finance High School of Enterprise, Business, and Technology Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis High School Legacy School Louis D. Brandeis High School Manhattan Bridges High School Manhattan High School Martin Luther King Jr. High School Marta Valle High School Manhatten Village Academy Murry Bergtraum High School Norman Thomas High School Regis High School Repertory Company High School Seward Park High School St. Jean Baptiste High School St. Vincent Ferrer High School Stuyvesant High School
The High School of International Business & Finance Washington Irving High School West Side High School BRONX Elementary School PS 1 Courtlandt PS 9 Ryer Avenue Elementary School PS 11 HighBridge PS 18 John Peter Zenger PS 35 Franz Sigel ps 41 Gun Hill Road PS 71 Rose E. Scala School PS 79 Creston PS 86 Kingsbridge Heights PS 106 Parkchester PS 130 Abram Stevens Hewitt PS 153 Helen Keller PS 156 Benjamin Banneker PS 207 PS 214 PS 246 Poe Center Frederick Douglass Academy III Sacred Heart Primary School Middle School JHS 45 Thomas C. Giordano JHS 80 Mosholu Parkway IS 125 Henry Hudson IS 131 Albert Einstein JHS 142 John Philip Sousa IS 145 Arturo Toscanini MS 158x Theodore R. Gathings IS 174 Eugene T. Maleska MS 222 IS 318 School of Math, Science & Technology Sacred Heart Middle School High School Bronx High School of Science Frederick Douglass Academy III Hostos Lincoln Academy John F. Kennedy High School Monroe Academy Business & Law New School for Arts & Sciences Samuel Gompers Vocational Technology High School Walton High School
STATEN ISLAND Elementary School PS 19 The Curtis School PS 30 Westerleigh PS 32 Gifford PS 45 R John Tyler PS 55 Henry Boehm K-8 School St. Paul’s St. Roch School St. Sylvester School Our Lady Queen of Peace School Middle School IS 27 Annig S Prall IS 34 Tottenville Intermediate School BROOKLYN Elementary School PS 20 Clinton Hill PS 27 Agnes Y. Humphrey PS 38 Pacific PS 39 Henry Bristow PS 59 William Floyd PS 67 Charles Dorsey PS 84 Jose Dediego PS 86 Irvington PS 94 Henry Longfellow PS 115 Daniel Mucatel School PS 138 Brooklyn PS 167 Parkway PS 170 Lexington PS 176 Ovington PS 186 Dr. Irving Gladstone PS 206 Joseph F. Lamb PS 230 Doris Cohen PS 235 Lenox PS 243 Weeksville PS 249 The Caton PS 269 Nostrand PS 282 Park Slope Elementary School PS 287 Bailey K. Ashford PS 297 Abraham Stockton PS 327 Dr. Rose B. English
K-8 PS/IS 323 Resurrection School St. John the Baptist School St. Mark’s Day School St. Therese of Lisieux Middle School IS 218 James Peter Sinnott School IS 55 Ocean Hill, Brownsville IS 259 William McKinley IS 391 Mahalia Jackson MS 394 K High School Acorn Community High School Boys & Girls High School Bushwick High School Erasmus High School George Westinghouse Vocational Technology John Dewey High School Middle College High School Prospect Heights High School Science Skills Center High School QUEENS Elementary School PS 17 Henry David Thoreau PS 32 State Street PS 49 Dorothy Bonawit Kole PS 70 Lt. Joe Petrocinni PS 85 The Judge Charles Vallone School PS 112 Dutch Kills PS 143 Louis Armstrong School PS 149 Christina McAuliffe PS 150 Sunnyside PS 214 Cardwallader Coldens Nativity Blessed Virgin Mary School Our Lady of the Snows School Middle School IS 10 Horace Greeley JHS 190 Russell Sage IS 204 Oliver Wendell Holmes JHS 210 Q. Elizabeth Blackwell High School Bryant High School Forest Hills High School Hillcrest High School
LONG ISLAND Elementary Schools Accompsett Elementary School Andrew T. Morrow Elementary School Aquebogue Elementary School Archer Street Elementary School Bellerose Elementary School Belmont Elementary School Bowling Green Elementary School Brook Avenue School Brookside Elementary School Central Islip Early Childhood Center Cherry Avenue Elementary School Chestnut Hill Elementary School Clinton Avenue Elementary School Dogwood Elementary School Forest Avenue Elementary School Francis J O’Neill Elementary School Franklin Elementary School George A. Jackson Elementary School Hampton Bays Elementary School Harley Avenue Primary School Hemlock School Hewlett Elementary School Hillside Grade School Holy Name of Mary School Homestead Primary School Idle Hour Elementary School Jackson Annex School John F. Kennedy Elementary School Lincoln Avenue Elementary School Locust Primary School Ludlum Elementary School Manorhaven Elementary School Martin Avenue Elementary School Maud S. Sherwood Elementary School May Moore Primary School Meadow Elementary School Medford Elementary School Mount Sinai Elementary School Norwood Avenue Elementary School Oceanside School #5 Our Lady of Lourdes School Our Lady of Perpetual Help School Park Avenue School Phillips Avenue Elementary School Riley Avenue Elementary School Roanoke Avenue Elementary School
Ruth C. Kinney Elementary School Santapogue Elementary School Seaford Manor Elementary School Searingtown Elementary School South Bay Elementary School Summit Lane Elementary School Sunrise Drive Elementary School Thomas J. Lahey Elementary School Tooker Avenue Elementary School Ulysses Byas Elementary School W. S. Covert Elementary School Wantagh Elementary School Washington Drive Primary School Woodpark Primary School Woodward Parkway Elementary School Middle School Alverta B Gray Schultz Middle School Baldwin Middle School Brentwood North Middle School Brentwood South Middle School Candlewood Middle School Hicksville Middle School Howitt Middle School Islip Terrace Junior High School Jericho Senior High School John F. Kennedy Intermediate School John W. Dodd Junior High School Little Flower Union Free School Longwood Middle School Our Lady of Lourdes School Ralph Reed Junior High School Riverhead Middle School Seaford Middle School W.T. Clark Middle School High School Baldwin Senior High School Brentwood High School Copiague High School Farmingdale Senior High School Freeport High School Hempstead High School Hicksville High School Lawrence High School Mattituck Junior Senior High School Sachem High School North St. Mary’s High School Walt Whitman High School
This list does not include the JANY High School Heroes Program partner schools on pages 22-24.
In the Community
In an effort to reach more young people, JANY has reached outside the classroom and formed relationships with community-based centers, clubs and summer camps. These collaborations produce tremendous growth, with a “built-in” volunteer pool, providing much needed curricula and activities to children in centers throughout the area. This mutually beneficial collaborative initiative is a way to share, maximize, capitalize and make the most of the non-profit resources in our area for the greater good of students’ growth. JANY offers various models for our volunteers to reach out to young people who stand at the crossroads of some significant decisions. We applaud all those positive role models who dramatically affect the path students pursue in both school and in their lives thereafter. Listed below are community-based organizations that JANY has partnered with to fulfill our mission of Inspiring Young People To Be Successful.
NEW YORK CITY COMMUNITY PARTNERS Adolescent & Family Comprehensive Services Alianza Dominicana Aspects 27 Aspira, Inc. Association to Benefit Children Boys & Girls Club of New York Bushwick Geographic Children’s Aid Society Choir Academy of Harlem Church Avenue Merchant’s Block Association (CAMBA) Community Association for Progressive Dominicans Community Counseling & Mediation (CCM) Convent Avenue Baptist Church Cornerstone Learning Center County Cullen Community Center Cypress Hills Community Development Corp. Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD) Directions for our Youth East Harlem Council for Community Improvement (EHCCI) Educare Child Center Educators of Children, Youth & Families Generation Youth Center Girl Scouts Council of Greater New York Goodwill Industries Groundwork, Inc. Harlem Children’s Zone Klatch Coffee House MARC After School Maspeth Town Hall Neighborhood Youth & Family Services New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) New York City Parks & Recreation New York City Police Department – Youth Services Section Pathways for Youth Phipps Community Development Corp. Police Athletic League
Project Gear-Up at Lehman College Project Gear-Up at Medgar Evers College Project Gear-Up at New York University Project Reach Youth, Inc. Rainbow After School Programs Rockaway Development & Revitalization Corp. Safe Horizon Seneca Center The After School Corporation The Leadership Program The Valley, Inc. United Neighborhood Houses of New York (UNH) Unity Neighborhood Center Universal Temple of the Arts YMCA of Greater New York Bronx YMCA Bedford-Stuyvesant YMCA Catalpa YMCA Chinatown YMCA Cross Island YMCA Dodge YMCA Flatbush YMCA Greenpoint YMCA
McBurney YMCA Prospect Park YMCA Westside YMCA Young Journey Foundation YWCA of the City of New York LONG ISLAND COMMUNITY PARTNERS ETS Youth Division, Inc. Hempstead Boys & Girls Club Huntington Station Enrichment Center – Huntington Boys & Girls Club Liberty Partnership Program – Community Development Corporation Liberty Partnership Program – Hofstra University Liberty Partnership Program – Nassau Community College Madonna Heights School MercyFirst Operation Get Ahead, Inc. SNAP Long Island The Rehabilitation Institute United North Amityville Youth Organization Youth Enrichment Services
The School Partnership Program creates unique and mutually rewarding partnerships between the business and education communities. Companies commit to a long term partnership with a school or schools by providing the volunteers and the funding required for a school to receive JANY’s programs. The benefits to the school include student exposure to business role models and the opportunity for teachers to enhance their curricula with economic-based programs. The benefits to the company include an opportunity for their employees to give back to the community, enhancement of employee presentation skills, exposure to a diverse environment, and increased morale within the organization. NEW YORK CITY PARTNERSHIPS JANY Board Company
PricewaterhouseCoopers 12 Partnerships
JKO High School HS for Economics & Finance PS 1 PS 9 PS 71 PS 33 PS 19 PS 30 St Paul St. Roch’s St. Sylvester PS 140 Nathan Strauss Norman Thomas High School PS 39 PS 115 PS 249 PS 282 PS 35 Walton High School PS 11 Hillcrest High School PS/IS 33 Chelsea Seward Park High School PS 86 Kingsbridge PS 115 Daniel Mucatel PS 197 PS 206 Joseph Lamb PS 166 Aviation High School PS 34 PS 72 PS 142 PS 134
Manhattan Manhattan Bronx Bronx Bronx Bronx Staten Island Staten Island Staten Island Staten Island Staten Island Manhattan Manhattan Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Bronx Bronx Queens Queens Manhattan Manhattan Bronx Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Queens Queens Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan
Deloitte & Touche 10 Partnerships
Citigroup 7 Partnerships
Pfizer 6 Partnerships
NEW YORK CITY PARTNERSHIPS JANY Board Company
JHS 104 PS 235 PS 297 PS 137 PS 38 PS 39 PS 84 PS 230 Sacred Heart Our Lady of Sorrows St. Joseph St. Jude PS 98 PS 1 PS 304 George Westinghouse Vocational High School Monroe Academy for Business & Law IS 143 HS of International Business & Finance MS 223 PS 287 PS/IS 187 PS 186 PS 70 PS 112 HS of Leadership and Public Service Millenium High School PS 85 Frederick Douglass Academy III PS 71 Art & Design High School PS 55 IS 195 MS 256
Manhattan Brooklyn Brooklyn Manhattan Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Bronx Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Bronx Brooklyn Bronx Bronx Manhattan Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Brooklyn Queens Queens Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Bronx Manhattan Staten Island Manhattan Manhattan
American Express 5 Partnerships
Goldman Sachs 5 Partnerships
Verizon 5 Partnerships
Banco Popular 3 Partnerships AT&T 2 Partnerships MetLife 2 Partnerships NYSE 2 Partnerships Boston Consulting CSFB General Electric KPMG McKinsey Reuters Tommy Hilfiger LONG ISLAND PARTNERSHIPS Best Buy, Inc. 1 Partnership Chase Automotive Finance 2 Partnerships Citigroup 3 Partnerships Computer Associates International, Inc. 1 Partnership FedEx 2 Partnerships KeySpan Energy 3 Partnerships
South Bay Elementary School Jackson Annex School Ludlum Elementary School Brook Avenue School Our Lady of Lourdes School Park Avenue School Andrew T. Morrow Elementary School Martin Avenue Elementary School Riley Avenue Elementary School Hicksville Middle School John F. Kennedy Elementary School Tooker Avenue Elementary School
West Babylon Hempstead Hempstead Bay Shore Malverne Westbury Central Islip Bellmore Riverhead Hicksville West Babylon West Babylon
High School Heroes
Junior Achievement totally changed my life. It was the best 8 hours of my life! A JANY High School Junior My experience worked wonders for me and my kids. It gave me the opportunity to influence future leaders of this country. A JANY High School Senior In the 2004-2005 fiscal year, 1,850 heroes taught JANY elementary school programs to over 20,000 elementary students in 904 classrooms. The current partnerships are listed below.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BRONX
PS 9 PS 28 Mt. Hope PS/MS 95 PS 153 Helen Keller PS/MS 37 Multiple Intelligence PS 1 Courtland 6 Partnerships
Bronx High School of Science Bronx Leadership DeWitt Clinton High School Harry S. Truman High School John F. Kennedy High School JANY Student Ambassadors
PS 20 Clinton Hill PS 11 PS 109 PS 17 PS 97 Highlawn PS 100 PS 212 Lady Deborah Moody PS 215 PS 95 Gravesend PS 217
Brooklyn Tech High School Brooklyn Tech High School Erasmus High School Harry Van Arsdale High School John Dewey High School John Dewey High School John Dewey High School John Dewey High School Lafayette High School Lafayette High School
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BROOKLYN
PS 262 El Haiz Shabazz PS 91 PS 138 PS 161 PS 243 Weeksville PS 335 PS 241 Emma K. Johnston PS 67 Charles Dorsey PS 102 Bay View 19 Partnerships
Lafayette High School Middle College High School Middle College High School Middle College High School Paul Robeson High School Paul Robeson High School Prospect Heights High School Science Skills Center High School High School of Telecommunications, Art & Technology
PS 185 John M. Langston PS 175 Henry H. Garnet 2 Partnerships
Graphic Arts Communication High School Graphic Arts Communication High School
PS 150 Sunnyside PS 203 Oakland Gardens PS 14 Fairview PS 144 PS 26 Rufus King PS 173 Fresh Meadows PS 251 PS 71 Forest Elementary School PS 86 PS 117 PS 131 Abigail Adams
RIGHT: High School Hero volunteers from Forest Hills HS teach a class of elementary school students from PS 144.
Aviation High School Benjamin Cordoza High School Forest Hills High School Forest Hills High School Francis Lewis High School Francis Lewis High School George Washington Carver High School Grover Cleveland High School Hillcrest High School Hillcrest High School Hillcrest High School
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL QUEENS
PS 33 Edward M. Funk PS 182 PS 51 Early Childhood Center PS 80 Thurgod Marshall PS 201 16 Partnerships
Martin Van Buren High School Queens High School for the Sciences at York College Richmond Hill High School Springfield Gardens High School Townsend Harris High School
PS 21 Elm Park PS 54 William Leng PS 5 Huguenot School 3 Partnerships Total NYC Partnerships: 46
Port Richmond High School Susan Wagner High School Tottenville High School
Brookside Elementary School Meadow Elementary School John F. Kennedy Intermediate School Hemlock School Homestead Primary School Locust Primary School Thomas J. Lahey Elementary School Washington Drive Primary School Woodward Parkway Elementary School Mt. Sinai Elementary School Aquebogue Elementary School Phillips Avenue Elementary School Roanoke Avenue Elementary School Ulysses Byas Elementary School Cherry Avenue Elementary School Lincoln Avenue Elementary School Sunrise Drive Elementary School Accompsett Elementary School Dogwood Elementary School Forest Avenue Elementary School Santapogue Elementary School South Bay Elementary School Tooker Avenue Elementary School Total Long Island Partnerships: 23
Baldwin Senior High School Deer Park Senior High School Garden City Senior High School
Harborfields High School Howitt Middle School Mt. Sinai High School Riverhead High School
Roosevelt Middle Senior High School Sayville High School
Smithtown High School West Babylon Senior High School
Junior Achievement of New York, Inc.
Together We Change Lives
This year, JANY selected twelve High School Heroes essay contest winners who were awarded a total of $16,000 in savings bonds.
EXCERPTS FROM TWO WINNING ESSAYS
…It has been truly a great honor for me as a young person to participate in this program and it was a great feeling to know that I was admired and looked up to by the students I taught…From this program I have gained confidence in myself, knowing that I’ve accomplished the goal of helping other children. Junior Achievement has been a great success. It not only has encouraged the children to value their life and their education, but it has inspired me to become a good leader and a better person.
Duc Nguyen T. Nguyen, Sophomore DeWitt Clinton HS, Bronx
ABOVE: High School Hero volunteers from John Dewey HS with their elementary school students from PS 97.
…By far, the most important lesson I learned while spending a day teaching through Junior Achievement was this: the betterment of the future begins with me. That’s large! Bettering the future is not just with the public making of speeches and devising of great plans to improve the public school system, transportation system and invest into further internal improvements of society. Instead it’s so much more personal. What can I do to better the future? What can I do to better society? What can I do to better my education so that I can in turn help others coming after me?
Tiffany Charbonier, Junior Brooklyn Tech, Brooklyn
Working closely with Junior Achievement of New York is an excellent way for a New York based company to play a role in improving the quality of education within New York City and Long Island public schools while also giving employees the opportunity to show leadership and give back to the community.
Anre Williams Vice Chair, Awareness, JANY Board of Directors Executive Vice President, U.S. Commerical Card American Express
The following businesses and foundations have supported JANY with financial contributions. Many of them also participated as Bowl-A-Thon contributors listed on page 34. In addition, they have encouraged their employees to participate in the JANY experience as part of the volunteer corps. Pacesetter – ($100,000 + ) American Express Foundation Best Buy Children’s Foundation Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP Citibank, N.A. Computer Associates International, Inc. Pfizer Inc. Verizon Communications Trendsetter – ($50,000 + ) The Bank of New York Bovis Lend Lease LMB, Inc. Credit Suisse First Boston Ernst & Young LLP HSBC Bank USA The JP Morgan Chase Foundation KPMG (New York) Foundation Inc. The New York Stock Exchange, Inc. PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Reuters America, Inc. Soros Private Funds Management, LLC Major Investor – ($25,000 + ) Accenture The Allstate Foundation AT&T Foundation Rose M. Badgeley Residency Charitable Trust The Boston Consulting Group The Citigroup Foundation Cushman & Wakefield Deloitte & Touche, LLP Disney Worldwide Outreach Glenview Capital Management, LLC Goldman Sachs & Co. Granite Broadcasting Corporation McKinsey & Company, Inc. MetLife Foundation Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Partner – ($15,000 + ) American Express Company Banco Popular Con Edison Deutsch Inc. IBM Corporation New York Life
Entrepreneur – ($10,000 + ) Bain Capital Childrens Charity LTD BearingPoint, Inc. Capgemini Chordiant Software Inc. Compuware EMC Corporation Getronics Heidrick & Struggles, Inc. Investment Technology Group JP Morgan Chase KPMG Peat Marwick LLP The McGraw-Hill Companies Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Metropolitan Life Insurance New York City Leadership Academy PGA Tour, Inc. Putnam Investments Sills Cummis Epstein & Gross P.C. The Sidney Milton & Leoma Simon Foundation Zeichner Ellman & Krause LLP Provider – ($5,000 + ) American International Group AT&T Baha Industries Corporation Best Buy Co., Inc. Cablevision FedEx FileNet Corporation Forst Family Foundation Holburn Foundation Joe & Trina Cayre Foundation Inc. Steven J. & Susan S. Liguori Family Foundation McCarthy Fingar LLP Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP. Pershing LLC The Pfizer Foundation PFPC Inc. The Kenneth & Lillian Cayre Foundation Inc. Thelen Reid & Priest LLP TIAA-CREF United Way of New York City Webmethods, Inc. Xerox – The Document Company Stakeholder – ($2,500 + ) The Alfa Foundation Andor Capital Management Foundation Arthur Semetis, P.C. Carroll, McNulty & Kull LLC The Charles Schwab Corporation Foundation
Check Point Software Technologies, Inc. DWL (USA) Incorporated Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper, & Scinto Habib American Bank Island Federal Credit Union KOE Connections, Inc. Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts & Co. The Kupferberg Foundation Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. Network Infrastructure Inc. Newman Fitch Altheim Myers, PC, Attorneys at Law The Perelman Family Foundation Inc. RTI Laser Print Services Acquisition Corp. SI Bank & Trust Foundation The Stanley & Frieda Cayre Foundation, Inc. The Von Damm Family Evergreen Foundation Van Der Moolen Specialists, USA LLC Washington Mutual Bank Wheels Inc. WorldTravel BTI, East Division Sponsor – ($1,000 + ) A & B Caulking Company Inc. Acme Industrial Inc. Aid Associates, Inc. Albert & Pearl Ginsberg Foundation, Inc. Alexandra Investment Fund LLC Allmet, Inc. Almar Contracting Corp American Architectural, Inc. ASM Mechanical Systems Avis Rent A Car System, Inc. Awisco New York Corp. Bancker Construction Corp. Barclays Capital Bay Crane Services, Inc. Bear Stearns & Co. Inc. Bergen County Cartridge Xchange, LLC Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP BNX Systems Corporation Bowne of New York City Cain Brothers Canon USA Inc. Caxton Associates, LLC Chera R&D Co. of Brooklyn Ciena Communications, Inc. Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP Clifford Chance US LLC Component Assembly Systems, Inc. Computer General Mechanic Service, Inc COMSYS IT Services Inc. Coordinated Metals Inc. Design Strategy Corporation
Dewey Ballantine, LLP Difama Concrete, Inc. Douglas Development Corp The Elishis Family Foundation #2 F.W. Sims, Inc. Foot Locker Foundation, Inc. Fujitec America Inc. Galileo International Gil-Bar Industries, Inc. Griffin Cochrane & Marshall Herrick, Feinstein LLP Howe-Lewis International, Inc. Insight Direct USA, Inc. Jaffe & Asher, LLP The Kandell Fund L & L Painting Co., Inc. Levin Management Co., Inc. Mary A.H.Rumsey Foundation McDonough Marcus Cohn Tretter Heller & Kanca, LLP The Meyer & Jean Steinberg Family Foundation Modis Movaz Networks, Inc. Nationwide Credit, Inc. Nortel Networks North Jersey Development Group, Inc. OSI Support Services Oz Management LLC PAR Environmental Corp. Petersen Geller Spurge, Inc. Phillips & Cohen Associates, LTD. Positive Plumbing & Heating Corp. Post, Polak, Goodsell, MacNeill & Strauchler, P.A. Princeton Information Ltd. RCC Concrete Corp. Ridgewood Foundation Risk Management Alternatives, Inc. River Terrace Garden Associates, LLC RMS Computer Corporation S.J. Electric, Inc. Sandra K. Curtin, Becket & Lee LLP Sankel, Skurman & McCartin, LLP Siemens Corporation Sims Steel Corporation Sirina Fire Protection Corporation Star Industrial Service Company Stein, Ray & Harris Summit Industries, LLC Telcordia Technologies Temporary Staffing by Suzanne LTD. Thacher Proffitt & Wood The Jordan Company, LP
The Kantor Foundation Inc./Levin & Glasser PC. The Whitehead Foundation Trine Aspects, Inc. United Recovery Systems, Inc. The United Way of Tri-State Viacom Televison Stations Wilco Systems, Inc. Zetlin & DeChiara, LLP Achiever – ($500 + ) 358 Broadway LLC A.S.R. Electrical Contracting, Inc. Alpert Management & Construction Corp. Arsenal Digital Solution Worldwide, Inc. Artex Systems Inc. Bank of America Breitstone Co. Ltd. Brokers’ Service Marketing Group II, LLC Burgess Steel, LLC CAC Of New York, Inc. Cardoza Corp. CDC Systems, Inc. Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. Cives Steel Company Civetta Cousins Joint Venture Commerce Bank Computer Add-Ons, Inc. Cornell & Company, Inc. Courtroom Television Network LLC Cullen & Dykman Daniel Nir & Jill Braufman Family Foundation, Inc. D’Aprile Inc. Dave Bofill Marine, Inc. Deer Park Associates DeFoe Corp. Delgado, Acosta, Braden & Jones, P.C. Doral Arrowwood Dorian A. Vergos & Co., LLC Eagle One Roofing Contractors, Inc. Edwards Platt & Deely, Inc. Englander Foundations Inc. Epic Mechanical Contractors LLC Examination Management Services, Inc. Facsimile Communications Industries, Inc. Fidelity National Title Insurance Company Fresh Meadow Mechanical Corp. G. C. Ironworks Gambit Technologies, Inc. Gardner Carton & Douglas LLP Charlotte and Joseph Gardner Foundation, Inc. GC Services
Genatt Associates, Inc. Harbor Island Contracting, Inc. Hawkeye Construction Healey Family Foundation Healthworld Communications Group Iberia Road Makings Corp. Info Technologies Interstate Contracting Co., Inc. IPro Unlimited Island Acoustics LLC Jacq, Pierot, Jr. & Sons, Inc. James A. Macdonald Foundation James F. Volpe Electrical Contracting James Goodwin, Inc. Jantile Inc. Jaspan Schlesinger Hoffman LLP KeySpan Energy Corp. Keystone Electronics Corp. KSW Mechanical Services, Inc. LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae, LLP. Liberty Marble, Inc. The Lorraine Greene Lee Memorial Foundation, Inc. M & M Management M.T.C. Transportation Co. Manolo Blahnik Matura Insulation, Inc. McKeon Rolling Steel Door Co., Inc. The Montran Corporation Motion Envelope Inc. Nastasi & Associates, Inc. New York City Industries for the Blind, Inc. North American Airlines, Inc. Novalex Contracting Corp. Olympus Omnium Worldwide, Inc. Pace Plumbing Corp. Pierce Technology Corporation Pile Foundation Construction Co., Inc. Pond, Robinson & Associates LP Post Road Iron Works, Inc. Pryor Cashman Sherman & Flynn LLP Rick Steiner Fell & Benowitz LLP Ruttura & Sons Co., Inc. Satyam Computer Services Limited Scripps Sidley Austin Brown & Wood LLP Spectrum Painting Stonebrook Fund Management LLC
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP Sylvan and Ann Oestreicher Foundation, Inc. The Perry & Martin Granoff Family Foundation Inc. The Scholz Group The Steven & Heather Mnuchin Foundation Total Credit Recovery Limited Trystate Mechanical Inc. United Airconditioning Corp. Urban Foundation Engineering, LLC US Bank W & W Glass Systems, Inc. William Poll Inc. WJL Equities Corp. Wommack Law Firm, P.C. Woodcleft Fishing Station Young & Rubicam, Inc. Associates – (Under $500) Thank you to our 112 donors who contributed gifts totaling $27,440.
The power of giving is the desire and ability to touch somebody’s life. By giving to Junior Achievement of New York, I am committing myself to action-to invest in one of our most precious resources-our children and youth in New York City and Long Island. Peggy Fechtmann Vice Chair, Volunteers, JANY Board of Directors Senior Vice President, MetLife Superintendent’s Circle – ($50,000 + ) David L. Shedlarz Advocate – ($10,000 + ) G Chris Andersen Dennis Block Arnold J. Eckelman Anthony Viscogliosi H Ronald Weissman Principal – ($5,000 + ) John J. Boyle LaMae DeJongh Geoff Dodge Peggy Fechtmann James Flanagan Steve Frank Marvin Hecht Peter Ingerman Ron Insana Walker F. Jacobs William Janetschek Peter Marchetto Maura Markus Richard J. Poccia Joaquin J. Ribeiro William Sardone Frank Sica Bob Tone Anre Williams Lawrence I. Wills
Counselor – ($2,500 + ) James Abry Charles R. Borrok Randolph L. Cowen Michael Gallagher Leslie V. Godridge John Keogh Catherine Kinney Peter Kirn Josh N. Kuriloff Thomas Kushner Larry Leva Mary A. Litterman Marshall Lux Phillip Lynch Kenneth Newman Tracy Nguyen Neil Radey Jack Ribeiro Linda Sawyer Joseph M. Scharfenberger John D. Simonetti Kim Wagner Robert J. Womack Joanne Zaiac
Advisor – ($1,000 + ) Paul Arendt Robert Attride Leslie Bains Hans W. Bald Forrest Baringer-Jones Kevin Barr Robert Barr Evan R. Bell Scott Bessent Jonathan Bilzin Lee A. Brathwaite Joseph F. Brown Christopher Burke Russell L. Carson Anna Chamulak Maureen Charpenteir Noland Cheng Frances A. Close Joel I. Cohen Lauren K. Collins Janet B. Constance Donald J. Deutsch Monica DiPinto Thomas M. Dowling Amar Duggal Patrick English Chris Falzarine Daniela Fatovic Mark Flanagan Carolyn E. Floyd
Herbert Gallen Evan Goldman Richard Hollingsworth Parker Hume Michele Imbasciani Robert C. Jones Steven Karole Clifton Lane Miguel D. Lausell Robert V. Lizza Brian Maggiacomo Lisa V. Martin Michael W. Morse Neal Moszkowski Terri Mullan Jeffrey S. Newman David Obstler John Paguaga Thomas Pascale Leonard A. Potter Douglas E. Schallau Zach Serebrenik Richard B. Spooner Keith Starkey Andrew L. Stidd Waldemar Szlezak Michael Telatovich Ronald J. Trella Trine Aspects, Inc. John Paul Valles Carol A. Valles Bruce E. Wagner David Wassong Mentor – ($500 + ) Barry J. Adams Virgelan E. Aquino Paul Aracena Joseph K. Azelby Gerard M. Beatty Matthew Bonfitto Russell D. Borgman William C. Bouie Randy Brookner Richard A. Burke Robert B. Catell Donna Coallier Larry Cohen Timothy Cole Anthony J. Colyandro Susan Connor Vincent Costello Juanito M. Cruz Kenneth D. Daly
Paul Desilva Sanjeev Dhir Valerie A. Difebo Kevin M. Doherty Gustavo Dolfino Joseph M. Donovan Michael Dubno Christian Erickson Hilary Feshbach Douglas Finn Lawrence Fuchs Benjamin G. Gifford Liane Ginsberg Jonathan L. Glashow Jeannina Gonzalez Juan Gonzalez Forrest Gurl Barry Hayes Eric Heller James J. Hoellerman Paul Huchro Elizabeth E. Hume Ibe Trade Corp. Kapil Jain Sanjay Jain Sam Johnson Lisa C. Kanengiser James Kelley Dorothy R. Kelly Eileen Kelly Alan G. Kennedy Gary J. Kozlowski Teresa LaMacchia Andrea Leyco Chris Malisse Sandra Markman Lysandra M. Marquez-Kuroly Michael Matos Robert M. McLaughlin Jonathan M. Meltzer John K. Menoudakos Don Middleton Brian R. Mooney Maureen Morales Jeffrey Moses Philip D. Murphy Steven M. Napolitano Edith L. Nickell Dennis O’Hara Kevin J. O’Leary Kevin O’Reilly Surendra D. Patel Paul Pento
Joseph Petri Barbara J. Piernot Marianna A. Porter James Qi Joseph Rascoff Steven Rattner Steven G. Richardson Tami Rosen Charles Santo Elizabeth A. Sawicki David Scott Edna Shamie Christina Sheng David H. Sidwell Derek S. Smith Joe Squeri Penny M. Stern Michael L. Swartz Frank J. Tanki William Tanona James Trolice Irene Tse John Twite John Verdonck Joseph J. Verga Fred Viscogliosi Jody Wacker Richard Wheeler Teresa Younger Paul Ziemba Instructor – ($1 – $499 ) Thank you to our 296 donors who contributed gifts totalling $55,000.
One of the ways that JANY is able to sustain itself is through fundraising events such as Bowl-AThons. Our corporate partners coordinate teams within their companies for a fun-filled evening of teamwork and camaraderie, while supporting the JANY mission. Twenty-seven companies (over 6,000 participants) participated in JANY Bowl-A-Thons last year raising nearly $1,500,000. First time companies included AIG and Deutsch Inc. Outstanding fundraising companies included: American Express which raised over $280,000, Goldman Sachs which raised over $190,000 and HSBC which raised over $150,000. The following companies have generated the highest cash contributions through Bowl-A-Thon pledges. $250,000+
The Bank of New York Banco Popular Computer Associates Credit Suisse First Boston Ernst & Young KPMG Pfizer Inc. Verizon
Bovis Lend Lease PricewaterhouseCoopers Soros
Accenture AIG Deloitte Deutsch Inc. Morgan Stanley
JP Morgan Chase KeySpan MetLife
We gratefully acknowledge the following companies who have made in-kind contributions of significant value to JANY. Accenture Addidas American Express Andersen & Company LLC Cablevision Capgemini Chadbourne & Parke LLP Credit Suisse First Boston Ernst & Young Fed Ex/Kinkos Goldman Sachs KeySpan Corp. Kohlberg Kravis, Roberts & Co. KPMG Litho Partners Madison Square Garden MetLife NY Temp Search Pfizer Inc. Verizon PricewaterhouseCoopers Sunterra Pacific The Roosevelt Hotel Time Warner Cable Tommy Hilfiger-USA, Inc. Xerox – The Document Company
The following represents excerpts of the financial statements of Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. as of and for the years ended June 30, 2005 and 2004. The complete set of financial statements has been examined by our independent auditors, KPMG, LLP, upon which they have issued an unqualified opinion. These financial statements, including our independent auditor’s report are on file with Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. and are available upon request. Please write to: Junior Achievement of New York Audit Inc., 205 East 42nd Street, Suite 203, New York, NY 10017. You may also call 212.907.0058 or e-mail us at Audit@jany.org.
Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. Statements of Financial Position June 30, 2005 and 2004
ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents Contributions receivable, net Prepaid expenses and other assets Fixed assets, net Total assets 2005 $1,026,593 669,536 176,770 165,750 $2,038,649 2004 $881,972 700,572 155,493 223,283 $1,961,320
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Accounts payable and accrued expenses Deferred revenue Deferred rent obligation Total liabilities Unrestricted net assets Temporarily restricted net assets Permanently restricted net assets Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets 258,551 65,000 236,841 560,392 1,220,757 257,500 1,478,257 $2,038,649 220,353 49,000 248,710 518,063 1,105,757 80,000 257,500 1,443,257 $1,961,320
Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. Statement of Activities Year ended June 30, 2005 with summarized financial information for the year ended June 30, 2004
2005 Unrestricted Support and Revenue Support: Contributions (net of participation payments of $49,211 in 2005 and $47,729 in 2004) Donated services Total support Revenue: Special events (net of direct expenses and participation payments of $564,934 in 2005 and $563,045 in 2004) Interest and other income Total revenue Net assets released from restriction Total support and revenue Expenses Program services: High school programs Middle school programs Elementary school programs Total program services Supporting services: Management and general Fundraising: Volunteer recruiting costs General solicitation of funds Total supporting services Total expenses Increase (decrease) in net assets Net assets at beginning of year Net assets at end of year Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted Total 2004 Total
372,548 2,175,838 1,996,062
372,548 2,175,838 1,996,062
389,568 2,129,399 1,904,754
11,073 2,007,135 80,000 4,262,973
11,073 2,007,135 4,182,973
9,017 1,913,771 4,043,170
274,974 357,466 2,117,297 2,749,737 679,835 94,172 624,229 1,398,236 4,147,973 115,000 1,105,757 $1,220,757
(80,000) 80,000 -
274,974 357,466 2,117,297 2,749,737 679,835 94,172 624,229 1,398,236 4,147,973 35,000 1,443,257 $1,478,257
335,376 503,813 1,963,102 2,802,291 627,330 150,680 682,275 1,460,285 4,262,576 (219,406) 1,662,663 $1,443,257
When you couple David’s obvious passion for Junior Achievement with his clarity of focus, and organizational discipline, it’s easy to see why he’s been such a terrific leader…and so important in guiding the organization over the years.
G. Chris Andersen Vice Chair, Development, JANY Board of Directors Founding Partner, Andersen & Company LLC
I was always awed by David’s ability to drive the JANY agenda, attend every meeting, and always be positive and upbeat, while performing one of the most demanding and challenging executive positions in corporate America. What capacity and commitment!
Joseph M. Scharfenberger Vice Chair, JANY Board of Directors Executive Vice President, JP Morgan Chase & Company
David set a tone of compassion and business rigor. He loves Junior Achievement and he truly is the best of the best!
Marshall Lux Vice Chair, Program Innovation, JANY Board of Directors Managing Director, McKinsey & Company
David’s passion and commitment to Junior Achievement’s mission of inspiring young people to succeed has made a major difference in the lives of thousands of students in the greater New York area.
Maura Markus Vice Chair, School Relationships, JANY Board of Directors President – Citibanking NA, Citibank
RIGHT: David L. Shedlarz, Chairman 2002 – 2005 Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. Vice Chairman, Pfizer Inc.
Junior Achievement of New York, Inc.
Together We Change Lives
David Shedlarz’s support and generosity toward Junior Achievement of New York has been inspiring, yet his leadership in helping to build a strong platform for the future has been the most significant contribution. While supportive of Doug in successfully rebuilding his leadership team, David has also been instrumental in recruiting new board members who bring unique talents, contributions, and passion for helping students. In addition, he has increased a sense of accountability to ensure that the board is active in providing leadership and support to the staff of JANY in fulfillment of the organization’s important purpose. Junior Achievement of New York’s mission supports the role of education in helping America’s workforce remain competitive in a global economy. We believe our goal is paramount — even more so in a rapidly changing world, where traditional advantages U.S. workers have enjoyed are dwindling. The time is now for American business to step up its support to our existing educational institutions. By providing both money and volunteers corporate leaders can expand the traditional academic curriculum in order to teach students first-hand about the real world opportunities that exist. Like athletes, we as business people can also serve as role models in providing our young people with the encouragement and tools they need to study hard and retain what they’ve learned, so they can ultimately reach their potential. Junior Achievement of New York is an important vehicle in helping the business community and its community-based partnerships to support and become engaged in our local school systems, in New York and Long Island. They contribute greatly, both financially and through increased volunteers, by providing a presence and role models for just this sort of endeavor.
Mr. Phillip Lynch, Vice Chair Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. Chief Executive Officer, Reuters America, Inc.
Junior Achievement of New York, Inc.
Board of Directors 2004–2005
Chairman of the Board Mr. David L. Shedlarz Vice Chairman Pfizer Inc. Secretary Mr. Peter Ingerman Partner Chadbourne & Parke LLP Treasurer & Chairman of the Audit Committee Mr. H Ronald Weissman Partner Ernst & Young Vice Chair Mr. Phillip Lynch Chief Executive Officer Reuters America, Inc. Vice Chair, School Relationships Ms. Maura Markus President – Citibanking NA Citibank Vice Chair, Technology Mr. Peter Kirn Partner Accenture Vice Chair, Program Innovation Mr. Marshall Lux Managing Director McKinsey & Company Vice Chair, Volunteers Mr. Joseph M. Scharfenberger Executive Vice President JP MorganChase & Company Vice Chair, Volunteers Mr. Lee Brathwaite Vice President – Corporate Real Estate Verizon Vice Chair, Awareness Mr. Anre Williams Exeutive Vice President U.S. Commercial Card American Express Vice Chair, Development Mr. G. Chris Andersen Founding Partner, Andersen & Company LLC Vice Chair, Volunteers Ms. Peggy Fechtmann Senior Vice President MetLife
Mr. James Abry Senior Vice President – Planning & Operations Madison Square Garden Mr. Pervez Bamji General Auditor Pitney Bowes Mr. Kevin Barr Vice President Human Resources Terex Mr. Dennis Block Partner Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, LLP Mr. Charles Borrok Vice Chairman Cushman & Wakefield Mr. Andrew H. Corn Chief Executive Officer Clear Asset Management LLC Mr. Geoff Dodge Senior Vice President Publisher, North America BusinessWeek Ms. Carmen Farina Deputy Chancellor for Teaching and Learning NYC Department of Education Mr. James Flanagan Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Mr. Steve Frank Senior Managing Director Bear Stearns Mr. Michael Gallagher Executive Vice President HSBC Ms. Leslie Godridge Senior Executive Vice President The Bank of New York Mr. Leo Gonzalez Consumer Marketing Executive Bank of America Ms. Michele Imbasciani Senior Vice President Region Executive Banco Popular-NY Metro Region Mr. William Janetschek Chief Financial Officer Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. Mr. John W. Keogh President & CEO National Union Fire Insurance Co. Ms. Catherine Kinney President & Co-COO New York Stock Exchange Mr. Bill Kolman Vice President AT&T Mr. Larry Leva Partner KPMG Mr. Stephen Liguori Senior Vice President – Markets GE Consumer Finance, Americas Mr. Peter Marchetto Chief Executive Officer – Americas Bovis Lend Lease LMB, Inc. Mr. Kenneth Newman Senior Vice President – Eastern Regional Counsel The Walt Disney Company Mr. David Obstler Chief Financial Officer RiskMetrics Group Mr. Richard J. Poccia Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Mr. Neil Radey Managing Director CSFB Mr. Jack Ribeiro Managing Partner Deloitte & Touche Ms. Linda Sawyer Chief Executive Officer Deutsch Inc. Mr. Paul Schreiber Partner Shearman & Sterling Mr. Bob Tone Regional Vice President Best Buy Mr. Anthony Viscogliosi Managing Senior Partner Viscogliosi Brothers LLC Ms. Kim Wagner Vice President & Director Boston Consulting Group Mr. Lawrence I. Wills Chief Financial Officer Granite Broadcasting Corp. Mr. Rick Wolfert Vice Chairman The CIT Group Joanne Zaiac President – Digitas New York Digitas
Chairman’s Advisory Council
Mr. Arnold S. Eckelman Senior Vice President Operations – Retired Verizon Ms. Sue Herera Anchor CNBC Mr. Ron Insana Anchor CNBC
*JANY Board of Directors’ list as of 9/30/2005
Junior Achievement of New York, Inc.
EMPLOYEE NAME EXECUTIVE OFFICE POSITION
Douglas E. Schallau Terri Wilson
President Executive Assistant
ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE
Patrick English Tekle Berhan Casey Heemskerk Imdad Islam James Qi Elaine Turkin
Chief Financial & Administrative Officer Manager, Accounting & HR Manager, Facilities Manager, IT & Database Manager, Database Administrative Assistant & Receptionist
ADVANCEMENT & MARKETING
Sandra Lief Garrett Jacqueline Dolly Dawn Wills
Senior Vice President & Chief Advancement Officer Senior Director, Marketing & Communication Director, Development
EMPLOYEE NAME SPECIAL EVENTS
Chris Hemmer Jackie Granatell Roseanne Maurici Robyn Finkelson Elise Revere
Senior Vice President, Special Events Senior Director, Special Events Senior Director, Special Events Manager, Special Events Special Events Coordinator
Pamela Browse Lori Arloff Lisa Castillo Kara O’Leary Heather O. Grant Jamala Stoute Michelle Lee Sondra Smith Alice Kao Susan Diaz Laura DiGiovanni Christopher Ellis Sabrina Gates Kristen Hugger Genea Stewart
Senior Vice President, Programs Vice President, Programs/L.I. Vice President, Programs/Community Partnerships Vice President, Programs/Corporate Partnerships Director, Programs/Corporate Partnerships Director, High School Heroes Senior Manager, Programs/Corporate Partnerships Senior Manager, Programs/Corporate Partnerships Manager, High School Heroes Associate, Programs/After School Associate, Programs/Corporate Partnerships Associate, Programs/Corporate Partnerships Associate, Programs/After School Associate, Programs/High School Heroes/L.I. Associate, Programs/Corporate Partnerships
JANY staff list as of 10/05/2005
• • • • • New York City & Long Island 92,900 students 3,600 classrooms 3,900 volunteer classroom instructors 3,500 teachers • 46 member volunteer board • 33 paid professional staff • $4 million annual budget
WHAT IS JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT (JA)?
JANY is the local franchise of JA Worldwide, the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating young people about business, economics and entrepreneurship. Since it’s founding in 1919, JA has reach over 65 million children with its positive and relevant message of free enterprise education. Through a dedicated volunteer network, JA Worldwide provides in school and after school programs for students K-12. These programs focus on seven key content areas: business, citizenship, economics, entrepreneurship, ethics, character, financial literacy and career development. Today 145 JA local area offices reach 4 million students annually in the United States, with more than 2.6 million students served by affiliates in 97 countries worldwide. What is Junior Achievement of New York (JANY)? JANY was founded in 1929 and is responsible for JA program distribution in the five boroughs of New York City and Long Island. Last academic year, JANY’s programs reached nearly 93,000 students. Our Mission: To Inspire Young People To Be Successful. Our Core Organizational Values: Integrity, Respect, and Excellence. Key Programs: Programs with age-appropriate curricula are designed to teach elementary students about their roles as individuals, workers, and consumers, and to prepare middle and high school students for key economic and workforce issues they will face. Through role-playing, computer-based simulations, board games, and classroom discussions, students learn job-hunting skills, budgeting techniques, interpersonal relations, the importance of staying in school, and personal and family management. JANY offers two programs available via the Internet, JA Titan and JA Personal Finance. About the Volunteers: JANY’s 3,900 classroom volunteers are as diverse as the many students that they serve, yet they all share the desire to contribute to the communities in which they live and work. They inspire students by sharing their knowledge and experience. Teaming with the classroom teachers, they will spend from 5–12 classroom contact hours with their assigned class.
JANY Distribution of Programs by School Market Segment
JANY Distribution of School-Based Programs by NYC & Long Island Locations
Sources of Funding
21% 51% 20% 33%
21% 33% 15% 52% 8% 7%
13% 4% 6%
I Elementary I K-8 I Middle School I High School
I Manhattan I Brooklyn I Bronx I Queens I Staten Island I Long Island
I Corporations I Individuals I Foundations I Special Events I Other
Proven Success: A 2001 study on JANY’s newly enhanced program experience by Western Institute of Research and Evaluation found that supervisors of companies where JA students were employed indicated that JANY students were competent in the following areas as opposed to students with no JANY experience: • Possessing Self-Confidence • Showing Initiative • Acting in a Professional Manner • Being Dependable • Appearing Professional • Showing Effort • Possessing Knowledge of Job Duties. • Working Independently Governance: JANY is governed by a 46 member, volunteer Board of Directors who receive no compensation. There are 4 quarterly Board of Directors Meetings. Leadership: Douglas E. Schallau, serves as President and Chief Staff Officer which is a fulltime paid position. Mr. Schallau leads a 33 person professional staff. David L. Shedlarz, Vice Chairman of Pfizer Inc. serves as the volunteer Chairman of the Board. Budget: JANY’s 2004-2005 budget was nearly $4 million generated from corporate contributions, special events revenue, individual gifts and foundation grants. Contributions to JANY, a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization, are tax deductible to the full extent allowable by law.
June 30, 2005
JANY Program Summary
Junior Achievement of New York Inc. programs provide young people with practical, engaging and informative activities to educate them about business, economics and life skills. Each program is designed to prepare our young people for fulfilling and productive careers and lives. JANY participants learn what it is to be an extraordinary citizen of their communities. JANY programs are provided to the schools and to community-based organizations at no cost. They are designed to complement the class curricula, and they are easily integrated into the lesson plans of each grade level.
PROGRAMS GRADES VOLUNTEER CONTACT HOURS
High School Economics JA Titan JA Company Program JA Success Skills Personal Economics The International Marketplace JA Personal Finance JA Global Marketplace Middle Grades Enterprise in Action Personal Economics JA Go Figure! The Economics of Staying in School JA Global Marketplace Economics for Success Elementary School Ourselves Our Families Our Community Our City Our Region Our Nation Our World Student Participation 2004 –2005 High School Middle School Elementary School Total
12th 11th or 12th 11th or 12th 10th, 11th or 12th 9th, 10th, or 11th 9th 9th,10th,11th, or 12th 9th 8th 7th or 8th 8th 6th, 7th or 8th 6th, 7th or 8th 6th, 7th or 8th Kindergarten 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 11,325 13,233 68,348 92,906
8–12 8–10 8–15 8–10 8–10 8–10 8–12 6 8–10 8–10 6–8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6
Together We Change Lives
We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.
Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. gratefully acknowledges the following people and companies for their participation and work in creating this annual report DESIGN: Pfizer Corporate Graphics, Pfizer Inc. SPECIAL THANKS: Bob Neufeld, Corina Igin, Timothy Elias, Joseph Moskal PHOTOGRAPHY: The JA Collection Various student images provided courtesy of David Vultaggio Photograph of David L. Shedlarz. Douglas E. Schallau and Phillip Lynch supplied by Pfizer Inc. New York City 205 East 42nd Street Suite 203 New York, NY 10017-5706 Telephone: 212.949.5269 Fax: 212.949.5262
Long Island 250 Willis Avenue Lower Level Roslyn Heights, NY 11577 Phone: 516.625.9053 Fax: 516.625.9077 www.jany.org
of New York, Inc.
Inspiring Young People to Be Successful
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