Table of Contents

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CONNECT: Belief in Boundless Potential Leadership Address Achievements at a Glance Our Accomplishments The Power of Partnership & Collaboration Our School Partners Joint Ventures: Corporate /School Partnerships High School Heroes Community Collaborations

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PASSIONATE COMMUNITY: Commitment & Passion for What We Do: Advancing Change Through Giving Financial Statements Business Investors Individual Investors Bowl-A-Thons Gifts-In-Kind Board Member List Associate Board List Hispanic Initiative Advisory Council List Staff Member List

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TRANSFORM: Extending Reach, Making an Impact Program List Opportunity Knocks

Leadership Address
ThE ChAIRMAN
As I conclude my two-year tenure as Chairman of the Board of JANY, I find myself reflecting on the relationships we have built and the lives we have touched in pursuit of our mission to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

ThE PRESIDENT

For JANY, the 2006-2007 year has proved to be a watershed moment in the organization’s development and growth. We now have an aggressive and innovative plan to increase lliams Schallau & Anré Wi Philip Lynch, Doug JANY’s resources, reach and impact – as noted in Doug’s message. The strategic plan At our June 2007 Board Meeting, our Board of Directors will position JANY to be more competitive, customer oriented, approved the 2010 Strategic Plan that will chart our course for the results driven and financially solvent. The JANY Board is next three years. Over 70% of our Board membership participated invigorated, engaged and committed to doing their part to in our 2010 strategic planning process, resulting in a plan that ensure that the strategic plan goals are met through the has focused and energized our entire organization. The new year 2010. Strategic Plan will position us to reach 113,000 students by 2010, while increasing the number of middle and high school students We’re on our way to developing and re-engaging a vibrant who benefit from our programs. and successful alumni base – potentially an invaluable resource and support network for the Junior Achievement I want to recognize the leadership, over the past two years, of our mission. At JANY, we’ve attracted a talented, innovative and Board Chairman, Phil Lynch, CEO of Asset Control. Since joining the visionary team of staff – JA’s relationship brokers – who work board in 2002, Phil’s commitment to the mission of the organization tirelessly to preserve and connect key constituent groups has been one of leadership by example. As a classroom volunteer, to the JA mission. he has first-hand understanding of the need for the work we do. At the same time he values and appreciates the significant ways our I am proud to end my tenure as Chairman on such a high volunteers touch and transform the lives of the young people we note of optimism for the future. I’m proud to be a member serve. He epitomizes the core value of passion for what we do and of such a passionate, diverse and talented community of honesty, integrity and excellence in how we do it. I thank him for individuals who are committed to developing the potential his unfailing support and guidance. He hands our new Chairman, of young people. I’d like to welcome JANY’s incoming Anré Williams, President, Global Commercial Card for American Chaiman of the Board, Anré Williams, President, Global Express, a stronger organization. Commercial Card, for American Express. I’m confident that Anré will provide the leadership skills necessary JANY completes the 2006-2007 year repositioned for success as a to ensure that the 2010 strategic goals are met. mission-focused, values-based, demographics-driven organization. We are fortunate to have such an amazing community of individuals Finally, I would like to thank JANY’s Board Members who sincerely care about the future of our young people. In addition for their continued generosity and support of the JA to our Board of Directors, this group of over 16,000 individuals mission. I’d like to thank Doug for his support, partnership included: 4,810 program volunteers, 2,718 classroom teachers and vision in helping to guide the development of the and over 9,000 bowl-a-thon participants. We are grateful to our organization. I look forward to remaining an active and supporters and investors, our volunteers, our partners and our staff involved member of the JANY Board during the next for their contributions to a unique and passionate community of phase of development and growth. people connected by a commitment to JA’s mission to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

I am pleased to report that Junior Achievement of New York (JANY) has enjoyed a good year and has laid the groundwork for a bright future. Our programs reached 93,085 (+2%) students in 4,150 (+8%) classes throughout New York City and Long Island. Total revenues topped $4.7 million (+6%) and we ended the year with a modest surplus. Deeper into this annual report, you will read specifics on our programmatic and fundraising innovations and accomplishments.

Phillip K. Lynch, Chairman Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. CEO, Asset Control

Douglas E. Schallau, President Junior Achievement of New York, Inc.

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Achievements at a Glance
PROGRAM IMPACT
• • • • • • New York City & Long Island 93,085 students 4,150 classes 4,810 volunteer classroom instructors 394 school partners 29,063 volunteer program hours • • • • • • 140 community partner sites 2,718 teachers 55 member volunteer board 19 member volunteer associate board 32 professional staff $4.7 million annual budget

ABOUT JUNIOR AChIEvEMENT OF NEW YORk, INC.
Founded in 1929, Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. (JANY) is the New York affiliate of Junior Achievement Worldwide, the world’s largest and fastest-growing organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. Through a dedicated volunteer network, JANY provides in-school and after-school programs for students in grades K-12. JANY’s educational programs focus on three key content areas: financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work readiness. Last academic year, JANY’s in-school and after-school programs served 93,085 students in the NYC and Long Island geographic area. Today, Junior Acheivement Worldwide reaches approximately 8 million students globally. For more information, visit www.jany.org.

OUR MISSION
To inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

OUR CORE ORGANIzATIONAL vALUES:
• • • • • Belief in the boundless potential of young people Commitment to the principles of market-based economics and entrepreneurship Passion for what we do and honesty, integrity and excellence in how we do it Respect for the talent, creativity, perspectives and backgrounds of all individuals Conviction in the educational and motivational impact of relevant hands-on learning

kEY PROGRAMS
Programs with age-appropriate curricula are designed to teach elementary students about their roles as individuals, workers and consumers, and prepares middle and high school students for key economic and career issues they will face. Through role-playing, computer-based simulations, board games and classroom discussions, students learn job-hunting skills, budgeting techniques communication and interpersonal relations, the importance of staying in school and personal and financial management skills.

ABOUT ThE vOLUNTEERS
JANY’s 4,810 classroom volunteers are as diverse as the students they serve. 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.

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JANY Distribution of Programs by School Market Segment

JANY Distribution of School-Based Programs by NYC & Long Island Locations

Sources of Funding

26% 52% 13% 8% 5%

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Elementary K-8 K-12 Middle School High School

Manhattan Brooklyn Bronx Queens Staten Island Long Island

Corporations Special Events Foundations Individuals

PROvEN SUCCESS
A 2001 study on JA’s newly enhanced program experience, by Western Institute of Research and Evaluation, found that supervisors of companies where JA students were employed indicated that JA students were competent in the following areas as opposed to students with no JA experience: Showing Initiative, Being Dependable, Showing Effort, Working Independently, Possessing Self-Confidence, Acting in a Professional Manner, Appearing Professional, Possessing Knowledge of Job Duties.

LEADERShIP & GOvERNANCE
Douglas E. Schallau serves as President and Chief Staff Officer. Mr. Schallau leads a 32-person professional staff. Phillip Lynch, CEO of Asset Control, serves as the volunteer Chairman of a 55-member Board of Directors.

BUDGET
JANY’s 2006-2007 budget was $4.7 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.

MEETS STANDARDS OF ChARITY ACCOUNTABILITY
JANY participates in the Better Business Bureau (BBB) Charity Seal Program, a symbol to donors that our organization has met the 20 Standards for Charity Accountability. The 20 standards evaluate charities’ financial accountability, governance and oversight, effectiveness measures, and fundraising and informational materials.

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Our Accomplishments
Year in Review: Program and Special Events
For over 78 years, Junior Achievement of New York has been in the business of connecting communities to transform lives. Junior Achievement Worldwide, the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating students about financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness, prepares young people for success in the real world by showing them how to effectively generate and manage wealth. Knowledge and information is power. The training and preparation we give to our students is the instrument for helping them develop and leverage this power. During the 2006-2007 fiscal year, JANY enjoyed a strong year of programming, outreach and new partnerships. Nearly 5,000 volunteers in New York City and Long Island joined forces to inspire and prepare over 93,000 students for educational, career and life success.

Advancing knowledge to Improve Lives
It was a record-breaking year for JA SUMMER PROGRAMS! We successfully strengthened our program portfolio focused on JA’s Three Pillars of Student Success: workforce readiness, financial literacy and entrepreneurship. JANY partnered with 42 summer camps, reaching 12,000 K-12 students. Students received valuable personal financial management and entrepreneurship content. JANY initiated a new collaboration with 8 Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) agencies. SYEP students also participated in JA Job Shadow summer experiences, learning how to navigate and successfully prepare for their future careers. SYEP highlights included a pilot program with Ernst & Young and KPMG, where 80 of their summer interns delivered JA workshops to students at the Police Athletic League.

Connecting knowledge to Opportunity
It was an exciting year of program innovation for us. JANY was chosen as one of 4 US cities to receive a grant from the Goizueta Foundation to launch the JA hISPANIC INITIATIvE (hI) in New York City. JANY’s HI was also supported locally by a supplemental grant from the Verizon Foundation. The JA Hispanic Initiative brought financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship skills to NYC and Long Island Hispanic students, giving them the knowledge they need to navigate the “business of life.” In our first year we were thrilled to surpass our student outreach goals by 72%! Other highlights and accomplishments included: development of a Hispanic Initiative Advisory Council, made up of top business, community and academic leaders; JANY was highlighted in several feature stories by national and local Hispanic media outlets, including Telemundo, HiTN and El Diario/La Prensa. We successfully cultivated new relationships and volunteer resources with several professional associations and corporate affinity groups, including ALPFA, NSHMBA, PRIMER, MTV TR3s, Prudential Financial and Bank of America. Verizon and AOL Latino donated computers to their partner schools.

Connecting Learning to Earning
Sixty-five companies hosted 1,191 JA JOB ShADOW students during the 2006-2007 school year. JA Job Shadow, funded in part by Best Buy Children’s Foundation and ING, encourages students to map out their future by researching and exploring various career options. Job Shadow highlights included: the Reuters America’s Jumbotron Job Shadow promotion in Times Square; Dr. Randal Pinkett, CEO & President of BCT Partners (4th season winner of NBC’s The Apprentice with Donald Trump), served as spokesperson for the 2007 JA Groundhog Job Shadow Day kick-off event. Dr. Pinkett also hosted two JANY Student Ambassadors and donated over 40 signed copies of his book, Campus CEO: The Student Entrepreneur’s Guide to Launching a Multi-Million Dollar Business, to Job Shadow students at a Best Buy store in Long Island City, Queens... The newly revised JA COMPANY PROGRAM is an important part of JANY’s renewed focus on entrepreneurial programming. Notable among this year’s JA Company Program success stories was Long Island’s East Meadow High School partnership with the NY Islanders. Students raised capital for, and managed Hat-Trick – a successful merchandise development and sales company. The young entrepreneurs worked with the Islanders’ Director of Merchandising, Terry Goldstein, to produce a line of limited edition Islander hats. The hats were a slap-shot success! After selling out their merchandise line, Hat-Trick netted a cool $1,000 profit after taxes and expenses.City-As-School students formed a designer T-shirt company, Imprint INK, to make limited edition one-of-a-kind designer T-shirts. Imprint INK’s venture was so successful that students were able to pay themselves bonuses and make their investors happy with a 150% dividend return on their initial investments.

Merging Technology with Real World Experience
New and modified versions of JA web-based business and bank simulation programs were implemented. Citibank’s JA BANkS IN ACTION PROGRAM was piloted in 7 Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island schools. Twenty-eight Citibank volunteers taught the fundamentals of banking to over 340 students. Students practiced making informed and strategic corporate decisions in a virtual on-line banking world. Success was measured by students’ ability to best serve their customers’ needs and increase profits by managing bank assets and liabilities against others competing in the market… Nearly 500 students honed their business development and management skills in JA TITAN’S simulated online Holo-Generator™ business. JA Titan allows students to make key decisions on price, production, marketing, capital investment and R&D – decisions that eventually lead to the success or failure of their Holo-Generator™ companies. 4
Photo Opposite: Ernst & Young JA-in-a-Day volunteer with Harlem Day School student

“Empowering the youth with our knowledge and seeing their interest spark was by far the best part of my day because I know I have changed their lives one way or another.”

- Christine Wong, Ernst & Young Volunteer

Our Accomplishments (cont.)
Linking Success to Empowerment
JANY’S STUDENT AMBASSADOR PROGRAM is a prestigious youth leadership development initiative. Select high school students are exposed to exclusive leadership, networking and career development opportunities. They also represent JANY at high profile business and public affair events. Student Ambassador Program highlights included: Boris Manakhimov (John Dewey HS) received the Student of the Year award at JANY’s 2006 annual Leadership Awards Gala. Boris also completed a successful summer internship at Merrill Lynch and is now pursuing an Economics degree at Adelphi University. Anna Sobolewska (John Dewey HS) was a recipient of the JA Joseph Francomano Scholarship award of $5,000 per year, for four years; Rosalia Lucero (John Dewey HS) was awarded a $10,000 JA NelNet Scholarship; Mohammed Rahman (John Dewey HS) received a JA full academic scholarship to Vanderbilt University; Keionna Grant (Bronx Science HS) was awarded an academic scholarship to Vanderbilt University and Akansha Gawade (Susan Wagner HS) was selected to give a speech at JANY’s year end Celebration event. Akansha spoke passionately about the role Junior Achievement played in helping her overcome personal and academic challenges in school and in life. Akansha is now a freshman at Cornell University pursuing a double major in Engineering and Business Management.

Partnering for Success
JANY’S S.M.A.R.T. EXPO (Science, Math, Art, Reading and Technology) got off to a smart start with an exciting new location and new partnerships with City College and KIPP charter schools. S.M.A.R.T. Expo engages students’ interest in science, math, art, reading and technology by exposing them to exciting careers, business and technology innovations. Over 400 NYC KIPP students from 4 KIPP charter schools (KIPP A.M.P., KIPP Academy, KIPP Infinity and KIPP S.T.A.R.) attended the 2007 S.M.A.R.T. Expo hosted by our new partner, City College of New York. The City College relationship secured a great space for the event – City College’s Historic Great Hall – resulting in a much improved experience for the students. The booths’ activities were diverse – from Chemistry Bingo (Pfizer), to the Future of 3D Technology (21st Century 3D), to the Financial Obstacle Course (Commerce Bank).

Connecting Action to Results
The strength of JA has always rested with the generous and cooperative spirit of supporters committed to and driven by a unified purpose: to guide and support young people to achieve their fullest potential in school and in life. With your support, JANY had a successful fundraising year. Your investment in JANY enabled us to deliver on our mission’s promise to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. JANY’s supporters are the well spring of a better future for young people in NYC and Long Island. Your support grew revenues by 6%, with our special event fundraisers leading the way – raising $2.2 million dollars! Special event highlights included: Thirty-two companies (over 9,000 participants) took part in 55 JA BOWL-AThONS; JANY’s annual showcase event – the JANY LEADERShIP AWARDS GALA – recognized the contributions of JANY Board Member Peggy Fechtmann, EVP, MetLife – recipient of the Business Leader of the Year Award. The gala raised $630,000 and was attended by nearly 600 members of the JANY community… the JA STOCk MARkET ChALLENGE, now in its second year, was hosted and presented by Merrill Lynch and emceed by WNBC education reporter, Carole Anne Riddell. The fundraising portion of the event raised $65,000 to support the JA mission. Twenty-five corporate teams participated in the corporate fundraising segment. Teams included: AIG, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, Deloitte, Deutsch, KeySpan, KPMG, MetLife, Pitney Bowes, Reuters, Thomson Financial and WAMU. JA Stock Market Challenge competitors trade stocks in a computer simulated trading competition with the goal of creating the highest net worth by the end of the game. Students from John Dewey High School and the Best Buy corporate team, came out on top for a second year in a row. More than 190 golfers participated in JANY’S 2007 GOLF CLASSIC presented by Accenture and Pfizer, and sponsored in part by Bovis Lend Lease and PricewaterhouseCoopers. This year’s event raised $265,000. The LONG ISLAND GOLF TOURNAMENT presented by Chase, FedEx, Network Infrastructure and Terex raised $21,000.

Leading by Example
JANY’s corporate partners have fully embraced the JANY YOUTh LEADERShIP CONFERENCES. More than 400 students were inspired by corporate role models this year. The launch of a Young Men’s Leadership Conference, co-ed conferences and conferences targeting African-American and Hispanic students, brought more diversity to the program. Participating companies included: MetLife, Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft, Reuters, FedEx, and Accenture… hIGh SChOOL hEROES: Over 1800 JANY High School Hero volunteers from 49 NYC and Long Island schools delivered JA programs to more than 20,700 elementary school students in their communities… This was a break-through year for the JANY’S COLLEGE vOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT INITIATIvE. This new volunteer cultivation enterprise focused on recruiting volunteers from local colleges and universities. The initiative yielded 121 college student volunteers who delivered JA programs to 2,788 students. Highlights included: NYU’s Beta Alpha Psi Business Fraternity that organized two great JA-in-a-Day events at KIPP-STAR in Manhattan and PS 206 in Brooklyn. Over the course of two days, volunteers taught in 34 classrooms, reaching over 800 students! NYU and Columbia Universities hosted students from KIPP-STAR and IS 195 for a tour of their campuses. Students were introduced to the culture and benefits of college life. Finally, students from Eastern Michigan University used their spring break to teach 28 JA-in-a-Day classes in NYC schools.

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Our School Partners
Junior Achievement of New York is extremely committed to deepening and growing our relationships with our school partners. Our unique and valued partnerships with the schools provide a gateway to the New York City and Long Island students served by our programs. Students are connected to JANY by the delivery agents of the JA curriculum – our volunteers. Our school partnerships reach thousands of students – providing opportunities to succeed – transforming innumerable lives. MANhATTAN
Elementary Schools Harlem Day Charter Elementary School Our Lady of Pompeii Elementary School PS 001 Alfred E. Smith Elementary School PS 002 Meyer London Elementary School PS 003 Melser Charrette Elementary School PS 005 Ellen Lurie Elementary School PS 011 William T. Harris Elementary School PS 019 Asher Levy Elementary School PS 020 Anna Silver Elementary School PS 028 Wright Brothers Elementary School PS 033 Chelsea Prep Elementary School PS 034 Franklin D. Roosevelt Elementary School PS 092 Mary McCleod Bethune Elementary School PS 098 Shorac Kappock Elementary School PS 110 Florence Nightingale Elementary School PS 115 Alexander Humboldt Elementary School PS 124 Yung Wing Elementary School PS 129 John H. Finely Elementary School PS 133 Fred R. Moore Elementary School PS 134 Henrietta Szold Elementary School PS 137 John L. Bernstein Elementary School PS 142 Amalia Castro Elementary School PS 152 Dyckman Valley Elementary School PS 154 Harriet Tubman Elementary School PS 158 Bayard Taylor Elementary School PS 166 The Richard Rogers School of the Arts & Technology Elementary School PS 171 Patrick Henry Elementary School PS 173 Manhattan Elementary School PS 175 Henry H. Garnet Elementary School PS 182 The Bilingual Bicultural Elementary School PS 183 Robert L. Stevenson Elementary School PS 184 Shuang Wen Elementary School PS 185 John M. Langston Elementary School PS 188 The Island Elementary School PS 191 Amsterdam Elementary School PS 194 Countee Cullen Elementary School PS 197 John B. Russwurm Elementary School PS 198 Isador E. & Ida Straus Elementary School PS 199 Jessie Isador Straus Elementary School PS 208 Alain L. Locke Elementary School PS 212 Midtown West Elementary School K-8 Epiphany School Holy Name Jesus School Our Lady of Sorrows School PS 101 Andrew Draper School PS 140 Nathan Straus School PS 149 Sojourner Truth School St. Gregory the Great School St. James School St. Jude School St. Patrick Old Cathedral School Transfiguration School Middle School MS 131 Manhattan Middle School IS 195 Roberto Clemente Middle School IS 218 Salome Urena Middle School JHS 054 Booker T. Washington Middle School JHS 104 Simon Baruch Middle School JHS 143 Eleanor Roosevelt Middle School KIPP Infinity Charter Middle School KIPP S.T.A.R. College Prep Charter School MS 245M The Computer Middle School MS 324 Patria Middle School PS/IS 223 Mott Hall Middle School Tompkins Square Middle School K-12 Cooke Center for Learning & Development New Explorations into Science, Technology & Math High School High School Art & Design High School Bayard Rustin Educational Complex / High School for the Humanities Cathedral High School Chelsea Career & Technical Education High School City-As-School High School Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music, Art & Performing Arts High School of Graphic Communication Arts

PS 042 Benjamin Altman Elementary School PS 048 Michael J. Buczek Elementary School PS 063 William McKinley Elementary School PS 064 Robert Simon Elementary School PS 072 Manhattan Elementary School PS 083 Luis Munoz Rivera Elementary School PS 084 Lillian Weber Elementary School 8
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High School for Environmental Studies High School of Economics and Finance The High School for Enterprise, Business & Technology High School of Hospitality Management High School for Law & Public Service Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis High School Life Sciences Secondary School Manhattan Bridges High School Manhattan Village Academy High School Marta Valle Secondary High School Millennium High School Murry Bergtraum High School for Business Careers Norman Thomas High School Professional Children’s High School School For the Physical City High School St. Jean Baptiste High School Urban Peace Academy High School Washington Irving High School Young Women’s Leadership High School

PS 217 Colonel David Marcus Elementary School PS 230 Doris L. Cohen Elementary School PS 241 Emma L. Johnston Elementary School PS 243 Weeksville Elementary School PS 253 Brooklyn Elementary School PS 262 El Hajj Malik Shabazz Elementary School PS 269 Nostrand Elementary School PS 270 Johann DeKalb Elementary School PS 276 Louis Marshall Elementary School PS 277 Gerritsen Beach Elementary School PS 282 Park Slope Elementary School PS 287 Bailey K. Ashford Elementary School PS 297 Abraham Stockton Elementary School PS 306 Ethan Allen Elementary School PS 329 Surfside Elementary School PS 335 Granville T. Woods Elementary School PS 346 Abe Stark Elementary School St. Therese of Lisieux Elementary K-8 PS 089 Cypress Hills School PS 206 Joseph F. Lamb Elementary School PS / IS 323 Brooklyn School PS 327 Dr. Rose B. English School St. Mark’s Day School Trey Whitfield School Middle School JHS 113 / Old 294 Edmonds Center Middle School JHS 117 Francis Scott Key Middle School KIPP A.M.P. Charter Middle School MS 002 Brooklyn Middle School MS 587 Middle School for the Arts St. John the Baptist Middle School K-12 Achievement First East New York Charter School High School Boys & Girls High School Brooklyn Academy of Science & the Environment High School (BASE)

Brooklyn Preparatory High School Brooklyn Technical High School Good Shepard High School The High School For Enterprise, Business & Technology High School for Public Service High School of Telecommunications, Arts & Technology

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Elementary School PS 011 Purvis J. Behan Elementary School PS 020 Clinton Hill Elementary School PS 038 Pacific Elementary School PS 067 Charles A. Dorsey Elementary School PS 075 Mayda Cortiella ElementarySchool PS 084 Jose De Diego Elementary School PS 091 The Albany Avenue Elementary School PS 092 Adrian Hegeman Elementary School PS 095 The Gravesend Elementary School PS 097 The Highlawn Elementary School PS 100 The Coney Island Elementary School PS 110 The Monitor Elementary School PS 128 Bensonhurst Elementary School PS 138 Brooklyn Elementary School PS 151 Lyndon B. Johnson Elementary School PS 158 Warwick Elementary School PS 170 Lexington Elementary School PS 177 The Marlboro Elementary School PS 188 Michael E. Berdy Elementary School PS 200 Benson Elementary School PS 205 Clarion Elementary School PS 215 Morris H. Weiss Elementary School

John Dewey High School Lafayette High School Magen David Yeshiva High School Medgar Evers Preparatory School at Medgar Evers College Metropolitan Corporate Academy High School Paul Robeson High School Sankofa Academy High School Science Skills Center High School for Science, Technology & the Creative Arts St. Joseph High School The Urban Assembly Academy of Business & Community Development High School

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Elementary School PS 001 Courtlandt Elementary School PS 009 Ryer Avenue Elementary School PS 011 High Bridge Elementary School PS 014 Sen. John D. Calandra Elementary School PS 018 John Peter Zenger Elementary School PS 028 Mount Hope Elementary School PS 035 Franz Sigel Elementary School PS 043 Jonas Bronck Elementary School PS 053 Basheer Quisim Elementary School PS 055 Benjamin Franklin Elementary School PS 056 Norwood Heights Elementary School PS 058 Bronx Elementary School PS 061 Francisco Oller Elementary School PS 064 Pura Belpre Elementary School PS 079 Creston Elementary School PS 086 Kingsbridge Heights Elementary School PS 088 S. Silverstein Little Sparrow Elementary School PS 092 Bronx Elementary School

Middle School Bronx Writing Academy Middle School IS 117 Joseph H. Wade Middle School IS 174 Eugene T. Maleska Middle School IS 192 Piagentini-Jones Middle School IS 219 New Venture Middle School IS 343 Academy of Applied Mathematics & Technology Middle School KIPP Academy Charter Middle School MS 201X School for the Theater Arts & Research Middle School MS 223 The Laboratory School of Finance & Technology Middle School MS 269 Bronx Studio School for Writers & Artists Middle School MS 391 Bronx Middle School PS 129 Twin Parks Upper Middle School Sacred Heart Middle School High School Academy for Scholarship & Entrepreneurship High School Bronx High School of Law & Finance Bronx High School of Science Bronx Leadership Academy High School Crotona Academy High School Grace Dodge Career & Technical Education High School Harry S. Truman High School Herbert H. Lehman High School John F. Kennedy High School New School for Arts & Sciences High School Samuel Gompers Career and Technology Education High School Walton High School

PS 082 Hammond Elementary School PS 085 Judge Charles Vallone Elementary School PS 086 Queens Elementary School PS 088 Seneca Elementary School PS 095 Eastwood Elementary School PS 112 Dutch Kills Elementary School PS 115 Glen Oaks Elementary School PS 117 J. Keld / Briarwood Elementary School PS 131 Abigail Adams Elementary School PS 143 Louis Armstrong Elementary School PS 149 Christa McAuliffe Elementary School PS 150 Queens Elementary School PS 166 Henry Gradstein Elementary School PS 197 The Ocean Elementary School PS 201 Kissena Elementary School PS 203 Oakland Gardens Elementary School PS 209 Clearview Gardens Elementary School PS 214 Cadwallader Colden Elementary School PS 251 Queens Elementary School K-8 Corpus Christi Elementary School Merrick Academy Charter School Nativity Blessed Virgin Mary School Our Lady of the Snows School PS 043 Queens School PS 156 Laurelton School Middle School IS 010 Horace Greeley Middle School IS 059 Springfield Gardens Middle School IS 073 The Frank Sansivieri Intermediate School IS 126 Albert Shanker School for Visual & Performing Arts Middle School IS 141 The Steinway Middle School IS 204 Oliver Wendell Holmes Middle School JHS 216 George J. Ryan Middle School MS 158 Marie Curie Middle School High School Academy of Finance & Enterprise High School Aviation Career & Technical Education High School Benjamin N. Cardozo High School Forest Hills High School George Washington Carver High School for the Sciences Grover Cleveland High School Hillcrest High School Information Technology High School John Adams High School

QUEENS
PS 109 Sedgwick Elementary School PS 130 Abram Stevens Hewitt Elementary School PS 153 Helen Keller Elementary School PS 160 Walt Disney Elementary School PS 204 Morris Heights Elementary School PS 246 Poe Center Elementary School PS 304 Early Childhood Elementary School Sacred Heart Primary School K-8 PS 037 Multiple Intelligences School PS 071 Rose E. Scala School PS 214 Bronx Elementary School PS/IS 218 R. Hernandez Dual Lang School 10
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Elementary School PS 002 Alfred Zimberg Elementary School PS 011 Kathryn Phelan Elementary School PS 014 Fairview Elementary School PS 015 Jackie Robinson Elementary School PS 017 Henry David Thoreau Elementary School PS 026 Rufus King Elementary School PS 033 Edward M. Funk Elementary School PS 051 Queens Elementary School PS 054 Hillside Elementary School PS 057 Early Childhood Center School PS 071 Forest Elementary School PS 075 Robert E. Peary Elementary School PS 080 Thurgood Marshall Magnet Elementary School

Martin Van Buren High School Newcomers High School Queens Vocational & Technical High School Richmond Hill High School Springfield Gardens High School Townsend Harris High School

STATEN ISLAND
Elementary School PS 005 Huguenot Elementary School PS 016 John J. Driscoll Elementary School PS 019 The Curtis Elementary School PS 020 Port Richmond Elementary School PS 021 Margaret Emery-Elm Park Elementary School PS 030 Westerleigh Elementary School PS 032 The Gifford Elementary School PS 045 R. John Tyler Elementary School PS 054 Charles W. Leng Elementary School K-8 St. Christopher School St. Roch School St. Sylvester School High School Michael J. Petrides High School Port Richmond High School Ralph R. McKee Career & Technical High School St. John Villa Academy High School Susan E. Wagner High School Tottenville High School

Hillside Grade Elementary School Homestead Primary Elementary School Idle Hour Elementary School Jackson Annex Elementary School John F. Kennedy Elementary School John F. Kennedy Intermediate School Laurel Park Elementary School Locust Primary School Ludlum Elementary School Martin Avenue Elementary School Meadow Elementary School Mount Sinai Elementary School Nassakeag Elementary School Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School Northern Parkway Elementary School Northside Elementary School Oakwood Primary Center Ocean Avenue Elementary School Oceanside School #5 Elementary School Park Avenue Elementary School Phillips Avenue Elementary School Riley Avenue Elementary School Roanoke Avenue Elementary School Ruth C. Kinney Elementary School Santapogue Elementary School Smithtown Elementary School South Bay Elementary School St. James Elementary School Summit Lane Elementary School Sycamore Avenue Elementary School Tooker Avenue Elementary School Walnut Street Elementary School Wantagh Elementary School Washington Rose Elementary School Wood Park Primary School K-8 Our Lady of Lourdes School Our Lady of Perpetual Help School Middle School Accompsett Middle School Berner Middle School Burr Intermediate School Candlewood Middle School East Islip Middle School Howitt Junior High School John F. Kennedy Middle School Merrick Avenue Middle School Mulligan Intermediate School Riverhead Middle School W. T. Clarke Middle School High School Brentwood High School

Central Islip High School Commack High School Deer Park High School Division Avenue High School East Islip High School East Meadow High School Farmingdale High School Garden City High School Hempstead High School Hewlett High School Hicksville High School Mattituck Junior / Senior High School Mount Sinai High School Northport High School

LONG ISLAND
Elementary Schools Accompsett Elementary School Aquebogue Elementary School Archer Street Elementary School Belmont Elementary School Birch Lane Elementary School Branch Brook Elementary School Brook Avenue Elementary School Chestnut Hill Elementary School Dickinson Avenue Elementary School Dogwood Elementary School Fifth Avenue Elementary School Franklin Early Childhood Center Grace Lutheran Elementary School Grand Avenue Elementary School Hampton Bays Elementary School Hemlock Elementary School Hewlett Elementary School

Riverhead High School Smithtown High School East St. Mary’s High School Uniondale Senior High School Walt Whitman High School West Islip High School William Floyd High School Young Entrepreneurs Academy High School

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JANY Corporate / School Partnerships
Junior Achievement of New York facilitates and encourages strategic alliances and partnerships between schools and corporations. We encourage our corporate partners to develop engaged and active relationships with schools as volunteer and funding resources for the delivery of JA programs. It’s a win-win situation for companies who invest in the future of young people while supporting a variety of JA programs and initiatives that match their corporate interests and needs. NEW YORk CITY PARTNERShIPS
Company PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP 13 partnerships

School KIPP A.M.P. Charter School PS 276 Louis Marshall Elementary School PS 001 Courtlandt Elementary School PS 009 Ryer Avenue Elementary School PS 071 Rose E. Scala Elementary School High School of Economics & Finance Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis High School KIPP Infinity Charter School PS 002 Alfred Zimberg Elementary School PS 019 The Curtis Elementary School PS 030 Westerleigh Elementary School PS 045 R. John Tyler Elementary School St. Roch Parish Elementary School KIPP Academy Charter Middle School Life Sciences Secondary School Norman Thomas High School PS 098 Shorrac Kappoc Elementary School PS 035 Franz Siegel Elementary School PS 282 Park Slope Elementary School PS 140 Nathan Straus Elementary School Walton High School JHS 104 Simon Baruch Middle School PS 034 Franklin D. Roosevelt Elementary School PS 072 Manhattan Elementary School PS 134 Henrietta Szold Elementary School PS 142 Amalia Castro Elementary School PS 297 Abraham Stockton Elementary School PS 011 Kathryn Phelan Elementary School PS 020 Anna Silver Elementary School PS 056 Norwood Heights Elementary School PS 182 The Bilingual Bicultural Elementary School PS 206 Joseph F. Lamb Elementary School PS 230 Doris L. Cohen Elementary School Academy of Finance & Enterprise High School Corpus Christi Elementary School PS 033 Chelsea Prep Elementary School PS 166 Henry Gradstein Elementary School

Location Brooklyn Brooklyn Bronx Bronx Bronx Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Queens Staten Island Staten Island Staten Island Staten Island Bronx Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Bronx Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Brooklyn Queens Manhattan Bronx Manhattan Brooklyn Brooklyn Queens Queens Manhattan Queens

Deloitte & Touche, LLP 8 partnerships

Pfizer Inc 6 partnerships

Washington Mutual 6 partnerships

Citibank N.A. 4 partnerships

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Photos Left to Right Opposite Page: Senior Executive Diane C. Conti at the PwC Young Womens Leadership Conference; EntrepreneurshipWeek USA

Ernst & Young, LLP 3 partnerships KeySpan Energy Corp. (National Grid) 3 partnerships KPMG LLP 3 partnerships Thomson Financial 3 partnerships Banco Popular 2 partnerships Credit Suisse 2 partnerships Goldman Sachs & Co. 2 partnerships MetLife 2 partnerships The Bank of New York Mellon 1 partnership Con Edison 1 partnership Digitas, New York 1 partnership

Harlem Day Charter School PS 018 John Peter Zenger Elementary School Sacred Heart Middle School Brooklyn Technical High School PS 206 Joseph F. Lamb Elementary School PS 277 Gerritsen Beach Elementary School Corpus Christi School High School of Art and Design PS 071 Forest Elementary School PS 002 Meyer London Elementary School Tompkins Square Middle School Brooklyn Technical High School New School for Arts & Sciences High School PS 287 Bailey K. Ashford School PS 185 John M. Langston Elementary School PS 208 Alain L. Locke Elementary School Our Lady of Sorrows Sacred Heart Primary School Newcomers High School PS 112 Dutch Kills Elementary School PS 124 Yung Wing Elementary School PS 017 Henry David Thoreau Elementary School PS 129 John H. Finely Elementary School

Manhattan Bronx Bronx Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Queens Manhattan Queens Manhattan Manhattan Brooklyn Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Bronx Queens Queens Manhattan Queens Manhattan

Photos Left to Right Continued: Doug Schallau, JANY President, teaches a JA-in-a-Day Class at PS 166, Queens; PwC volunteers at PS 276, Brooklyn

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Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft, LLP 1 partnership Hess 1 partnership HSBC 1 partnership McKinsey & Company 1 partnership Morgan Stanley 1 partnership Reuters America 1 partnership Verizon Communications, Inc. 1 partnership Boston Consulting Group 1 partnership CIT Group Inc. 1 partnership Merrill Lynch 1 partnership Total New York City Partnerships: 70

High School for Public Service PS 042 Benjamin Altman Elementary School PS 230 Doris L. Cohen Elementary School PS 071 Rose E. Scala School PS 048 Michael J. Buczek Elementary School IS 195 Roberto Clemente Middle School JHS 143 Eleanor Roosevelt Middle School PS 085 Judge Charles Vallone Elementary School PS 101 Andrew Draper Elementary School PS 043 Jonas Bronck Elementary School

Brooklyn Manhattan Brooklyn Bronx Manhattan Mahattan Manhattan Queens Manhattan Bronx

LONG ISLAND PARTNERShIPS
Company JPMorgan Chase/Chase Auto Finance 3 partnerships KeySpan Energy Corp. (National Grid) 3 partnerships Washington Mutual 3 partnerships FedEx Express 2 partnerships Best Buy Co., Inc. 1 partnership Citigroup 1 partnership Total Long Island Partnerships: 13

School Alverta B. Gray Middle School Jackson Annex Elementary School Ludlum Elementary School John F. Kennedy Elementary School Riley Avenue Elementary School W. T. Clarke Middle School Andrew T. Morrow Elementary School Ludlum Elementary School Washington Rose Elementary School Martin Avenue Elementary School Wantagh Elementary School Summit Lane Elementary School Our Lady of Lourdes School

Location Nassau County Nassau County Nassau County Suffolk County Suffolk County Nassau County Suffolk County Nassau County Nassau County Nassau County Nassau County Nassau County Nassau County

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Photo Opposite: School of Art & Design High School students, winners of the 2007 JA/KPMG Business Plan Competition

“I learned what entrepreneurship is. I learned how important taking responsibility is if you have your own business ” - Oluremi White, Student HIgh School of Art & Design

high School heroes
As the youngest division of JANY’s volunteer corps, the JANY High School Heroes experience leadership and responsibility while contributing their time and knowledge base to educate younger students in their neighborhoods. During the 2006 –2007 academic school year, more than 20,700 elementary students received lessons in financial literacy from 1,850 New York City and Long Island JANY High School Hero role models. By connecting learning and giving, JANY High School Heroes receive a valuable lesson in civic responsibility while building their self esteem, communication and collaboration skills.

MANhATTAN
High School High School of Graphic Arts Communication Total High Schools: 1 Elementary/Middle School PS 175 Henry H. Garnet Elementary School Total Elementary Schools: 1

BROOkLYN
High School Boys & Girls High School Brooklyn Academy of Science & the Environment (BASE) Brooklyn Technical High School Brooklyn Technical High School JANY Student Ambassadors* John Dewey High School John Dewey High School John Dewey High School John Dewey High School John Dewey High School John Dewey High School John Dewey High School Lafayette High School Lafayette High School Metropolitan Corporate Academy High School Medgar Evers Preparatory School at Medgar Evers College Medgar Evers Preparatory School at Medgar Evers College Paul Robeson High School Paul Robeson High School Science Skills Center High School for Science, Technology & the Creative Arts Telecommunications, Art & Technology High School Total High Schools: 10 Elementary/Middle School PS 262 El Hajj Malik Shabazz Elementary School PS 241 Emma L. Johnston Elementary School PS 020 Clinton Hill Elementary School PS 011 Purvis J. Behan Elementary School PS 151 Lyndon B. Johnson Elementary School PS 200 Benson Elementary School PS 215 Morris H. Weiss Elementary School PS 097 The Highlawn Elementary School PS 100 The Coney Island Elementary School PS 128 Bensonhurst Elementary School PS 188 Michael E. Berdy Elementary School PS 253 Brooklyn Elementary School PS 217 Colonel David Marcus Elementary School PS 095 The Gravesend Elementary School PS 038 Pacific Elementary School PS 138 Brooklyn Elementary School PS 091 The Albany Avenue Elementary School PS 243 Weeksville Elementary School PS 335 Granville T. Woods Elementary School PS 067 Charles A. Dorsey Elementary School PS 170 Lexington Elementary School Total Elementary Schools: 21

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BRONX
High School Bronx High School of Science Bronx Leadership Academy High School Herbert H. Lehman High School Harry S. Truman High School Harry S. Truman High School JANY Student Ambassadors* John F. Kennedy High School Total High Schools: 5 Elementary/Middle School PS 009 Ryer Avenue Elementary School PS 028 Mount Hope Elementary School PS 014 Sen. John D. Calandra Elementary School PS 153 Helen Keller Elementary School PS 160 Walt Disney Elementary School PS 001 Courtlandt Elementary School PS 037 Multiple Intelligences School Total Elementary Schools: 7

QUEENS
High School Aviation High School Benjamin N. Cardozo High School Forest Hills High School George Washington Carver High School for the Sciences Grover Cleveland High School Hillcrest High School Hillcrest High School Hillcrest High School Hillcrest High School Information Technology High School Martin Van Buren High School Richmond Hill High School Springfield Gardens High School Townsend Harris High School Total High Schools: 11 Elementary/Middle School PS 150 Queens Elementary School PS 203 Oakland Gardens Elementary School PS 014 Fairview Elementary School PS 251 Queens Elementary School PS 071 Forest Elementary School Merrick Academy Charter School PS 131 Abigail Adams Elementary School PS 086 Queens Elementary School PS 117 J. Keld / Briarwood School PS 112 Dutch Kills School PS 033 Edward M. Funk School PS 051 Queens Elementary School PS 080 Thurgood Marshall Magnet School PS 201 Kissena Elementary School Total Elementary Schools: 14

Photos Left to Right: JANY High School Heroes teach financial literacy skills to elementary students

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STATEN ISLAND
High School Port Richmond High School Port Richmond High School Susan E. Wagner High School Tottenville High School Total High Schools: 3 Elementary/Middle School PS 020 Port Richmond Elementary School PS 021 Margaret Emery-Elm Park Elementary School PS 054 Charles W. Leng Elementary School PS 005 Huguenot Elementary School Total Elementary Schools: 4

Total New York City High School Heroes Partnerships: 47 Total # of NYC High School Heroes: 1,850 Total # of NYC students served by JANY High School Heroes Program: 16,051

LONG ISLAND
High School Baldwin Senior High School Commack High School Deer Park High School Division Avenue High School Garden City High School Garden City High School Garden City High School George W. Hewlett High School Mount Sinai High School Northport High School Northport High School Northport High School Riverhead High School Riverhead High School Riverhead High School Riverhead High School Smithtown High School West Smithtown High School West Smithtown High School West Smithtown High School West Smithtown High School West Uniondale High School Uniondale High School William Floyd High School Total High Schools: 12 Elementary/Middle School Meadow Elementary School Wood Park Primary School John F. Kennedy Intermediate School Summit Lane Elementary School Hemlock School Homestead School Locust School Franklin Early Childhood Center Mount Sinai Elementary School Dickinson Avenue Elementary School Fifth Avenue Elementary School Ocean Avenue Elementary School Aquebogue Elementary School Phillips Avenue Elementary School Riley Avenue Elementary School Roanoke Avenue Elementary School Accompsett Elementary School Branch Brook Elementary School Dogwood Elementary school Smithtown Elementary School St. James Elementary School Grand Avenue Elementary School Walnut Street Elementary School Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School Total Elementary Schools: 24

Total Long Island High School Heroes Partnerships: 24 Total # Long Island High School Heroes: 476 Total # of LI students served by JANY High School Heroes Program: 4,710
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Photo Opposite: JANY High School Heroes at PS 200, Brooklyn

“JA

has taught me the value of being a team player when working on a project with others. It has allowed me to put my leadership, public speaking skills and creativity to use. ” - Akansha Gawade, JANY Student Ambassador/High School Hero

JANY in the Community
Junior Achievement of New York’s After-School Community Partnerships play a vital role in our effort to reach and impact our neediest young people. JANY’s after-school partners provide supervised, engaging programs to students in a safe environment outside of school hours. After-school community collaborations provide a built-in volunteer pool to deliver much needed curricula and enriching educational activities to New York City and Long Island students. NEW YORk CITY BOROUGhS
Action Adolescent & Family Comprehensive Services Alianza Dominicana (2 Sites) Asian American Coalition for Education Aspira (3 Sites) Beacon Bronx Arts Ensemble Center for Family Life Sunset Park Childrens Aid Society (3 Sites) Chinese American Planning Council Church Avenue Merchants Block Association (3 Sites) Citizen’s Advice Bureau (2 Sites) East Harlem Council for Community Improvement Educators for Children, Youth & Families FAHSI FEGS Forest Hills Community House Freedom School Girl Scouts Council of Greater New York Gloria Wise Community Center Good Shepherd Services (3 Sites) Goodwill Industries of New York & Northern NJ (3 Sites) Harlem Children’s Zone (4 Sites) Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee Historic Grace Church Jacob Riis Settlement House (2 Sites) Kingsbridge Heights Community Center MARC Academy and Family Life Center Maspeth Town Hall Community Center New Settlement New York Association for New Americans (2 Sites) 20 New York City Housing Authority (10 Sites) New York City Mission Society New York City Parks and Recreation (3 Sites) New York Housing Authority Phipps Community Development Corporation Police Athletic League (6 Sites) Rainbow Afterschool Program Rockaway Revitalization and Development Center Samuel Field YWHA School News Nationwide SOBRO (2 Sites) Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Center Southern Queens Park Association Spring Creek Community Corporation St. James School Stanley M. Isaac Neighborhood Center Supportive Childrens Advocacy Network (3 Sites) Union Settlement Association United Community Center Unity Neighborhood Center Washington Heights Inwood Coalition (2 Sites) Women’s Housing Economic Development Corporation YMCA YMCA Bayside YMCA Chinatown YMCA Cross Island YMCA Dodge YMCA Greenpoint (4 Sites) YMCA Harlem YMCA Jamaica (5 Sites) YMCA McBurney (2 Sites) YMCA NE Brooklyn District YMCA Prospect Park (2 Sites) YMCA Twelve Towns (6 Sites) YMCA Westside (2 Sites) Young People’s Day Camp Youth Action Program and Homes YWCA (2 Sites)

LONG ISLAND COUNTIES
Adelphi University Berner Middle School ETS Youth Division, Inc. Family Service League Farmingdale Youth Council Glen Cove Entrepreneurship Academy Glen Cove Youth Bureau John F. Kennedy Middle School Manhasset-Great Neck EOC Oakwood Primary Center Project Excel Smithtown Youth Bureau SNAP-Long Island (2 Sites) State Farm Insurance Companies St. Mary’s High School Summer Youth Employment Program The Rehabilitation Institute Inc. Tri-Community & Youth Agency Young People’s Day Camp

Photo Opposite: SCAN Afterschool Program, PS 55 Bronx – students and instructor play the JA Community Game

”The students couldn’t wait to get started on the JA program. This is something they can take with them throughout life. Its knowledge they can always use.” – Vanessa Woods, Program Director SCAN Afterschool Program, PS 155, Bronx

Financial Statements
The following represent excerpts of the financial statements of Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. as of and for the years ended June 30, 2007 and 2006. The complete set of financial statements have been examined by our independent auditors, KPMG LLP, upon which they have issued an unqualified opinion. These financial statements, including our independent auditors’ report, are on file with Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. and are available upon request. Please write to: Junior Achievement of New York, Inc., 205 East 42nd Street, Suite 203, New York, NY 10017. You may also call 212.907.0035 or e-mail us at Audit@jany.org.

Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. Statements of Financial Position June 30, 2007 and 2006

ASSETS
Cash and cash equivalents Contributions and special events receivable, net Prepaid expenses and other assets Fixed assets, net Total assets

2007
$899,599 900,486 121,941 455,872 $2,377,898

2006
$845,329 855,607 89,793 513,901 $2,304,630

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
Accounts payable and accrued expenses Deferred revenue Deferred rent obligation Obligation under capital lease Total liabilities Unrestricted net assets Temporarily restricted net assets Permanently restricted net assets Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets $266,432 12,000 168,751 82,864 530,047 1,481,894 108,457 257,500 1,847,851 $2,377,898 $178,642 46,000 204,300 72,156 501,098 1,349,116 196,916 257,500 1,803,532 $2,304,630

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Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. Statements of Activities Years ended June 30, 2007 with summarized financial information for the year ended June 30, 2006 FISCAL YEAR 2007
Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total

2006
Total

REvENUE
Support revenue: Contributions (net of participation payments of $46,112 in 2007 and $44,865 in 2006) Contributed assets Donated services Total support revenue Special events and other revenue: Special events (net of direct expenses and participation payments of $695,653 in 2007 and $646,289 in 2006) Interest and other income Total special events and other revenue Net assets released from restriction Total revenue 21,262 2,207,840 88,459 4,848,495 (88,459) (88,459) 4,760,036 4,461,244 21,262 2,207,840 21,813 2,023,241 2,186,578 2,186,578 2,001,428 542,655 2,552,196 542,655 2,552,196 312,442 276,940 2,438,003 $2,009,541 $2,009,541 $1,848,621

EXPENSE
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 324,629 809,851 1,652,212 4,715,717 132,778 1,349,116 $1,481,894 (88,459) 196,916 $108,457 257,500 $257,500 324,629 809,851 1,652,212 4,715,717 44,319 1,803,532 $1,847,851 142,366 589,719 1,406,639 4,135,969 325,275 1,478,257 $1,803,532 23 517,732 517,732 674,554 536,577 315,549 2,211,379 3,063,505 536,577 315,549 2,211,379 3,063,505 300,710 273,163 2,155,457 2,729,330

Business Investors
“To be successful in preparing our youth for a global economy, we can’t just wish for something to happen. We have to take the necessary steps.” – Graham B. Spanier, President, Penn State University PACESETTER
$100,000+ American Express Foundation Citi Foundation Credit Suisse Ernst & Young, LLP KPMG LLP Pfizer Inc MetLife Foundation The New York Stock Exchange Foundation, Inc. PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Reuters America, Inc. Thomson Financial The Boston Consulting Group Computer Associates International, Inc. Con Edison Nara Bank Pitney Bowes Inc. RiskMetrics Group The Kupferberg Foundation Network Infrastructure Inc. News Corporation Foundation Parkview Plumbing & Heating, Inc. Pershing LLC Pfizer Foundation The Staten Island Foundation The Steven J. and Susan S. Liguori Family Foundation Telecom Network Solutions, Inc. TIAA-CREF US Trust Technology & Support Services, Inc. Wheels Inc. Xerox Corporation U.S.A.

MAJOR INvESTOR
$25,000+ Ace American Insurance Co. American Express Banco Popular Bovis Lend Lease LMB, Inc. The C. George Van Kampen Foundation CIT Group Inc. Citigroup Cushman & Wakefield Deutsch, Inc. FedEx Express The Goizuetta Foundation JPMorgan Chase & Co. KeySpan Energy Corp. (National Grid) McKinsey & Company, Inc. MetLife Morgan Stanley Terex Corporation Verizon Communications, Inc. Verizon Foundation Viscogliosi Bros., LLC The Walt Disney Company Washington Mutual Whitney Group

ENTREPRENEUR
$10,000+ Best Buy Co., Inc. CBS Corporation Chordiant Software Inc. Cognizant Technology Solutions Computer Sciences Corporation Digitas, New York Diversified Information Technologies, Inc. IBM Infosys Technologies Limited Jones Day Reavis & Pogue Foundation The McGraw-Hill Companies Patni Computer Systems, Inc. Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP The Sidney Milton & Leoma Simon Foundation Weil, Gotshal & Manges Foundation Inc.

TRENDSETTER
$50,000+ Accenture AIG

STAkEhOLDER
$2,500+ The Alfa Foundation Allied Property Group, LLC Assurant Foundation The AXA Foundation Barclays Bank of New York NA Carlson Companies, Inc. Cohen & Perfetto LLP Deutsche Bank Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto GenRe Musculoskeletal Clinical Regulatory Advisers, LLC Paradigm Spine, LLC Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP Rent-A-Center The Sagarika Foundation Small Bone Innovations Sourcecorp Management, L.P. Starcite, Inc. The Von Damm Family Evergreen Foundation The Xerox Foundation

The Bank of New York Mellon Best Buy Children’s Foundation Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP Deloitte & Touche, LLP Goldman Sachs & Co. The Hearst Foundation, Inc. HSBC JPMorgan Chase Foundation Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. 24

PROvIDER
$5,000+ Avis Rent-A-Car System, Inc. Banc One Management Corp. EMC Corporation FileNet Corporation Foley & Lardner LLP. GE Foundation Holborn Corporation Huron Consulting

PARTNER
$15,000+ Anthony Altamura American Airlines, Inc. Bear Stearns & Co. Inc. BearingPoint, Inc.

Photos Top to Bottom: Peggy Fechtmann, JANY Business Leader of the Year; Sam Chapin, Vice Chairman, Merrill Lynch & John Dewey HS winners, 2007 Stock Market Challenge

SPONSOR
$1,000+ ACS Business Process Solutions Action Check Cashing Corporation Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. Aid Associates, Inc. Alexandre A. Montagu, P. C. Attorney at Law Allmet, Inc. AmWINS Group, Inc. The Arc Group, LLC. Arience Foundation, LTD Arya Family Foundation AT&T Awisco New York Corp. Bay Crane Services, Inc. Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP Blank Rome LLP Blue Ridge Capital, LLC Bollinger Brokers’ Service Marketing Group II, LLC The Castellano Family Foundation, Inc. The Charles Schwab Corporation Foundation Chief Energy Corp. Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP Corning Cable Systems Dajoy Family Foundation Debevoise & Plimpton LLP Delta National Bank and Trust Company of New York Direct Builders Supply F. W. Sims, Inc. Foot Locker Foundation, Inc. Frandzel Robins Bloom & Csato, L.C. GC Services GER Industries, Inc. Global Document Solutions Corporation Global Impact Hewitt Associates LLC Hilb Rogal & Hobbs Interpublic Group Companies

Island Federal Credit Union Jack S. Grossman & Company Jackson Development Group, LTD. Jackson Lewis Jaffe & Asher, LLP James A. Macdonald Foundation Jordan Panel Systems Corp. Kornreich Insurance Services L.H.J.C.R., Inc. The Llee Foundation Mad River Bar & Grill The Meyer & Jean Steinberg Family Foundation Nas Financial Services Recycle Tech Solutions Remco Maintenance, LLC Rich Group LLC The Risk Management Planning Group, Inc. Ronzo, Inc. Sankel, Skurman & McCartin, LLP Schindler Elevator Corporation SEI Investments Shereta R. Seelig Charitable Foundation Trust Siemens Corporation Signature Bank Sims Steel Corporation Skywire Software, LLC. Spectrum Painting Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP Tanenbaum-Harper Co., Inc. Textures Thacher Proffitt & Wood The Treiber Group Vanderleigh Properties LLC Vijay & Kalpana Arya Foundation, Inc. Warfield Associates Inc. The Whitehead Foundation William P. Goldman and Brothers Foundation, Inc.

AChIEvER
$500+ 1STWest Financial Corporation Acme Industrial Inc.

Affordable Cesspool Sewer & Drain Service, Inc. ASM Mechanical Systems Aurora Plumbing & Heating Co. Inc. The Backer Group, LLC Bay Ridge Automotive Management Corp. Berken Building Company CAC of New York, Inc. Cauldwell Wingate Company, Inc. Chemical Specifics, Inc. Ciampa Management Corporation Cives Steel Company Civetta Cousins JV, LC Collaboration, Inc. Commerce Bank Cullen & Dykman Design 2147, LTD. Duncan Partners, LLC E-J Electric Installation Co. The Elishis Family Foundation Enpro International, Inc. Evergreen Mechanical Corp. E-Z Edge, Inc. The Fatta Foundation Ferrara Pan Candy Company Inc. Frenkel & Co., Inc. G. C. Ironworks Hawkeye, LLC International Testing & Balancing LTD. Intricate Construction Inc. Jaspan Schlesinger Hoffman LLP JR Engineering & Machine Corp. M&R Management Co., Inc. Mannings USA, Inc. Marrus Family Foundation, Inc. McKee Nelson LLP MDG Design & Construction LLC. MPS Management Account Corporation Olympus

P. I. Mechanical Corp. Parameds.com, Inc. Petrocelli Electric Co., Inc. Post Road Iron Works, Inc. Project Control Associates, Inc. Ruttura & Sons Co., Inc.

S&W Construction Second Ave. 1355 Realty LLC. State Painting & Decoration Co., Inc. The Strauss Foundation, Inc. Structural Preservation Systems, Inc. Sylvan & Ann Oestreicher Foundation, Inc Taylor Environmental Group, Inc. TelecomPioneers Total Credit Recovery Limited Tower Facilities Management, Inc. Two Montgomery Property LLC The Vidal Partnership, Inc. W&W Glass Systems, Inc. The Wagner Family Foundation Wagner & Hunt, P.A. Woodworks Construction Co., Inc. Young Equipment Sales, Inc.

ASSOCIATE
Under $500 We gratefully acknowledge the 62 donors in this category who contributed gifts totaling $15,920.

Photo: Verizon Communications presents a check to support the JANY Hispanic Initiative

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Individual Investors
“The great thing in this world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we are moving.” –Oliver Wendel Holmes, United States Supreme Court Justice

ADvOCATE
$10,000+ G. Chris Andersen Les Baer Dennis Block Charles Borrok Louis J. Briskman Douglas Curtis Peggy Fechtmann D. Hudanish

Marvin Hecht Peter K. Ingerman William Janetschek Larry Leva Peter Marchetto Maura Markus Doug Mello Fred Molineux Richard J. Poccia Jack Ribiero Robert Tone Anré Williams

Stephen Sonnenberg Kim Wagner Robert J. Womack Douglas Worman Joanne Zaiac

ADvISOR
$1,000+ Anthony Altamura Eric Anderson Sally Ann Bartels Michael D. Bissette Paul Blanco Christopher Blum Renee Borchardt Matthew Burkley Brian Bushwell Robert B. Catell Scott Cirillo Bruce Cross Fred Curatolo Sandra K. Curtin Kim Dadlani Kenneth Daly Donald J. Deutsch Brendan Dougher Sarah Dunn Sue Feinsod John D. Foley Cecilia C. Fong Susan Geiger John Godfrey Lawrence E. Golub Erwin Hein Richard Hennessy Ralph Herzka Larry B. Heuer Michele Imbasciani Brian Klasewitz Joel Leitner

COUNSELOR
$2,500+ Pervez Bamji Robert Bicknese Samuel Chapin Frank Comerford Michael Duda Arnold Eckelman Chris Falzarine Michael Gallagher Nancy Gardner Leslie Godridge Gary Goldstein Richard J. Harrington Charles H. Hill Ami Kaplan John Keogh Peter Kirn Marshall Lux Thomas Maguire Nanette Malebranche Bruce Miller Thomas Monaghan Tim Murphy Kenneth Newman Neil Radey Sharon Rowlands

Edward J. Lobello Maureen K. MacNeal Fred Magaletta Fabio Mariani Aldo Martinez Frederick A. McConkey Niket Mody Steven M. Napolitano William A. Narduzzi Charmin Newark Paul Nick Anthony P. Novella James M. Ortenzio Michael J. Pimpinelli Julian Rainero John J. Ryan Crystal Sampson Ana Sanin Ian S. Schachter Douglas E. Schallau Pamela Sendowski Kenneth Springer Frank J. Tanki Dorothy Taylor Jim Toffey Cynthia Van Zyl Robin Vince Chris Zeller

Phillip K. Lynch Paul Schreiber H Ronald Weissman

MENTOR
$500+ Betty Almonte Lena Andrews Chris Aronson Donald Baker Scott B. Barringer Robert Bender Mark Blank Mitchell Boyarsky Patricia A. Brown

PRINCIPAL
$5,000+ Kevin Barr Gary M. Binstein John J. Boyle James Flanagan Steve Frank 26

Photos Top to Bottom: JANY 2006-2007 Photo Archive

Anne J. Caldwell Dennis Callahan Steve Campo Chad S. Cascadden Mark Casella Terance Chen Daniella Cicero Christopher Coates Daniel Cohen Edward Corral Maria Cruz Jocelyn Cunningham Michael D’Angelo Steven Dantus Edward R. De Castro Richard J. De Freitas Vincent R. Defina Richard E. Delamarter Jack Devery Christopher J. Diangelo Marc S. Dieli Carmine DiSibio William Draper Timothy Eichenlaub Jodi K. Elkins Jeremy G. Epstein Stephen G. Epstein Michael Falcone James Flaherty Iwao Fusillo Sandra Lief Garrett Rinat Giladi David P. Goodwin Alexander Goor Gerhard Grob

Thomas F. Hagerstrom Beth Haley Andrew G. Hausman Christopher T. Hemmer James N. Heston Michael Hirschberg Michael Horowitz Priscilla Hughes Karen Inal Sandra W. Jackson Karen Jamesley Robert K. Jermain Peter Johnston Robert C. Jones David W. Kamin Steven Kessler Rodney Kinzinger Lorraine J. Knapp David Kogan Adam Kohn Jack Kolker Marie Koskelin Gary Kozlowski Vinay Krishnani Susan Lamonte Joseph Lasagna Nyron Latif Lawrence N. Lavine John Loughnane Sophia F. Lundberg Christopher L. Mahdik Pat Mastandrea Steve McCloy Stephan McCreary, Jr. John K. Menoudakos

Victoria Meyer Don Middleton Alan Mittleman David Moskovitz Patrick F. X. Mulhearn Michael Murphy Gregory Mutz Samir Nangea Chi W. Nee Bob O’Connor Patrick O’Donnell Susan Oh William Omara Kirsten Orthun Thomas Pascale Niket Patankar Christopher Perry Steve Pinkos Edwin J. Pisani Stacey Polley Margaret W. Pontious Edward Pray Salim A. Ratansi Sara Recktenwald Salvatore Restivo Mark C. Ritchie Mary K. Rosano Paul S. Rosica John Rushing Vincent Salvo Kenneth Samu Kenneth W. Schwab Lawrence Sesmer David Shaffer Scott Shevick

Abraham Silberstein Amit Singh John J. Smith Paul Spillane Penny M. Stern R. Sutton Scott Todd Greg Tusar Susan M. Tutino John Twite Michael Venditti John Verdonck David Vine Andrew J. Wakeman John R. Walsh Debra Walton Mark E. Weinberger Scott Weisbecker Emily Weiss William Wheeler Whitney H. Wilcox Eric Wilkes Steven Zaki

ASSOCIATE
Under $500 We gratefully acknowledge our 357 donors in this category who contributed gifts totaling $78,136.

Photos Left to Right: JANY 2006-2007 Photo Archive

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Bowl-A-Thons
Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thons – Parties with a Purpose – are a long standing corporate fundraising tradition combining competition and teamwork. With your support every pin-strike funds the education and future of New York City and Long Island students. JANY was pleased to welcome 4 new companies to the Bowl-A-Thon fundraising experience. In total, 35 companies (over 9,000 participants) raised more than $1.8 million dollars to support the JANY mission during the 2006-2007 fiscal year. The following companies generated the highest cash contributions through Bowl-A-Thon events.

STRIkE!
$250,000+ American Express

TRIPLE TUMBLER
$50,000+ CIT Credit Suisse Ernst & Young, LLP KeySpan Energy Corp. (National Grid) KPMG LLP Reuters America, Inc.

SPLAShER!
$15,000+ Accenture Ace Overseas General Bear Stearns Deutsch, Inc. JPMorgan Chase & Co. Morgan Stanley Verizon Communications, Inc. Washington Mutual

ANChOR
$100,000+ Citibank, N.A. Goldman Sachs & Co. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

ACTION
$30,000+ AIG Deloitte & Touche, LLP Pfizer Inc The Bank of New York Mellon

ChARGE
$70,000+ Banco Popular HSBC Bank USA MetLife Thomson Financial

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Photos Left to Right: JANY 2006-2007 Photo Archive

Gifts-In-kind
We gratefully acknowledge the following companies who have supported JA programs through their significant in-kind contributions, products and services.

Accenture American Airlines Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP Chadbourne & Parke LLP Citigroup, Inc Credit Suisse Deloitte & Touche, LLP Deutsch Inc. Ernst & Young, LLP FedEx Express KeySpan Energy Corp. (National Grid)

Lia Schorr Skin Care, Inc. McKinsey & Company Merrill Lynch NY Temp Search Pfizer Inc PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Reuters America, LLC Rota Portrait Design Slazdesign Southwest Airlines Whitney Group

Photos Left to Right: Brooklyn Tech students learn the business of health during EntrepreneurshipWeek USA; JANY S.M.A.R.T. Expo; JANY 2006-2007 Photo Archive

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JANY Board of Directors
EXECUTIvE COMMITTEE
Chairman of the Board Mr. Anré Williams (2002)* President, Global Commercial Card American Express President Mr. Douglas E. Schallau (1990)* Junior Achievement of New York, Inc. Secretary Mr. Peter k. Ingerman (1998)* Partner Chadbourne & Parke LLP Treasurer & Chairman of the Audit Committee Mr. h Ronald Weissman (1981)* Senior Partner Ernst & Young, LLP vice Chairman Mr. Chris Andersen (2004)* Founding Partner G.C. Andersen Partners, LLC vice Chairman Ms. Peggy Fechtmann (2001)* Executive Vice President, Individual Business Operations & Services MetLife vice Chairman Ms. Leslie Godridge (2003)* Executive Vice President US Bank vice Chairman Mr. Peter kirn (2002)* Partner Accenture vice Chairman Mr. Marshall Lux (1998)* Managing Director McKinsey & Company 30 vice Chairman Mr. Phillip k. Lynch (2002)* Chief Executive Officer Asset Control vice Chairman Ms. Maura Markus (2000)* Executive Vice President, Head of International Retail Banking Citigroup, Inc. vice Chairman Mr. David Shedlarz (1993)* Vice Chairman Pfizer Inc vice Chairman Mr. Anthony G. viscogliosi (2001)* Principal Viscogliosi Bros., LLC Mr. Louis J. Briskman (2007)* Executive Vice President & General Counsel CBS Corporation Mr. Samuel Chapin (2006)* Vice Chairman Merrill Lynch Mr. Frank Comerford (2006)* President & General Manager WNBC-TV Mr. ken Daly (2006)* Chief Financial Officer, Global Gas Distribution National Grid Mr. Michael Duda (2006)* Partner, Chief Corporate Strategy Officer Deutsch Inc. Mr. James Flanagan (2002)* Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Mr. Steve Frank (2005)* Senior Managing Director Bear Stearns & Co., Inc. Mr. Michael B. Gallagher (2004)* Executive Vice President HSBC Bank USA, NA Ms. Nancy Gardner (2006)* Executive Vice President, Global Head of Compliance & General Counsel, Americas Reuters America, LLC Mr. Gary Goldstein (2006)* Chief Executive Officer & President Whitney Group Ms. Michele Imbasciani (2003)* Senior Vice President - Region Executive Banco Popular-NY Metro Region

MEMBERS
Mr. Pervez Bamji (2005)* General Auditor Pitney Bowes Inc. Mr. kevin Barr (2005)* Senior Vice President – Human Resources Terex Corporation Mr. John Benevento (2006)* Senior Vice President Washington Mutual Mr. Andy Berndt (2007)* Co-President Oglivy & Mather, New York Mr. Dennis J. Block (2005)* Partner Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP Mr. Charles Borrok (2005)* Vice Chairman Cushman & Wakefield

Ms. karen Jamesley (2006)* Global Head of Human Resources Morgan Stanley Ms. Ami kaplan (2007)* Deputy Managing Partner, Northeast Deloitte & Touche, LLP Mr. John keogh (2004)* Chief Executive Officer ACE Overseas General Mr. Larry Leva (Ex-Officio) (2004)* Vice Chair, Professional Practice & Global Head of Risk Management KPMG LLP Mr. Stephen Liguori (1998)* Chief Marketing Officer GE Money, Americas Mr. Tom Maguire (2006)* Senior Vice President Verizon Communications, Inc. Ms. Nanette Malebranche (2006)* Managing Director, Long Island District FedEx Express Mr. Peter Marchetto (1995)* Chief Executive Officer, Americas Bovis Lend Lease LMB, Inc Mr. Aldo Martinez (2007)* Vice President NYSE Regulation, Inc. Mr. Bruce C. Miller (2007)* Executive Vice President The Bank of New York Mellon Mr. kenneth Newman (2003)* Senior Vice President, Eastern Regional Counsel The Walt Disney Company

Mr. David Obstler (2002)* Chief Financial Officer RiskMetrics Group Mr. Richard J. Poccia (1996)* Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Mr. Neil Radey (2004)* Managing Director & Global General Counsel Credit Suisse Ms. Sharon Rowlands (2006)* President & Chief Executive Officer Thomson Financial Mr. Paul Schreiber (2005)* Partner Shearman & Sterling, LLP Mr. Marc Sheinbaum (2007)* Senior Vice President & Chief Executive Officer Retail Auto & Education Finance JPMorgan Chase & Co. Mr. Steve Sonnenberg (2007)* Partner Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP Mr. Bob Tone (2003)* Regional Vice President Best Buy Co., Inc. Ms. kim Wagner (2004)* Vice President & Director The Boston Consulting Group Mr. Doug Worman (2006)* Senior Vice President & Zonal Executive, Domestic Brokerage Group AIG Ms. Joanne zaiac (2005)* President Digitas, New York

ChAIRMAN’S ADvISORY COUNCIL
Mr. Arnold J. Eckelman (1992)* Senior Vice President – Operations (Retired) Verizon Communications, Inc. Ms. Sue herera (2001)* Anchor CNBC Mr. Ron Insana (1994)* Founder & Managing Director Insana Capital Partners Mr. William Janetschek (1999)* Chief Financial Officer Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
* Indicates commencement of service as a JANY Board Member

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JANY Associate Board 2006-2007
The JANY Associate Board is comprised of mid to senior level executive rising stars. The JANY Associate Board Members provide executive and strategic project resource assistance in support of JANY’s mission. Some of the projects they have been involved with include: Volunteer Recruitment, Fundraising, and the JANY alumni initiative. ASSOCIATE BOARD ChAIR
Ms. Crystal L. Sampson Partner Ernst & Young, LLP

Mr. Brian keenan Director, Finance, Decision Support and Supplier Management Pfizer Inc Mr. keith kochie Manager, Cash Management Barclays Capital Mr. Adam kudelka Director, Individual Investor Group Human Resources Morgan Stanley Ms. Sophia Lundberg Vice President, Information & Decision Capabilities American Express Ms. Margaret Murphy Chief Operating Officer NY Temp Search Mr. Mike Poveda Senior Manager, Global Markets Deloitte & Touche, LLP Mr. Eric Scheer Company Executive Eric L. Scheer, CPA Mr. Michael Schoenhaut JPMorgan Chase Ms. Marie Cutrone Smith Director, Public Affairs Strategic Partnerships Con Edison

ASSOCIATE BOARD MEMBERS
Mr. Christopher Burke Managing Director Collaborations, Inc. Ms. Patti Darwin Marketing Specialist AIG Mr. Douglas DeSimone Vice President, Operations Critical Mention, Inc. Mr. Joseph Duggan Partner KPMG LLP Ms. Cindy Gavin Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Ms. Susan George Sr. Vice President CIT Ms. Linda Foley Director, Individual Business Operations MetLife Ms. kale Gaddy Senior Interactive Media Specialist McKinsey & Company Mr. Walker Jacobs Vice President, Americas Reuters America, Inc. 32

JANY hispanic Initiative Advisory Council
The JANY Hispanic Initiative (HI) was launched in 2006 as a three-year pilot program focused on increasing the participation of first generation New York City and Long Island Hispanic students in JANY’s economic and financial literacy programs. JANY’s Hispanic Initiative Advisory Council is comprised of NYC business and education leaders who are committed to the economic empowerment of young people in the New York Hispanic community. The Council plays an important consultation, strategic and advisory role in support of the HI programs.

COUNCIL ChAIR
Mr. Eliezer Diaz Director, CATC Verizon Communications, Inc.

Mr. henry hernandez Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer American Express Ms. Michele Imbasciani Senior Vice President - Region Executive Banco Popular Mr. Aldo Martinez Vice President New York Stock Exchange Mr. herminio Martinez Director Bronx Institute, Lehman College Mr. Rafael Ortiz Head of School & Chief Executive Officer Amber Charter School Ms. Aura Rivera Principal IS 195 Mr. Eddie Silverio Director of Youth Services Alianza Dominicana Mr. Jose Tavarez JANY Student Ambassador Life Sciences Secondary School
* Ex-Officio

MEMBERS
Mr. Robert Abreu Vice President, Information Security Goldman Sachs & Co. Ms. Lucia Ballas-Traynor Senior Vice President & General Manager MTV Tr3s Mr. hugo Balta News Director WNJU / Telemundo 47 Mr. Adolfo Carrion* Borough President Bronx Ms. Lorraine Cortes-vazquez* Secretary of State New York State Ms. Luisa Costa-Garro Professor Bank Street College of Education Ms. Maria Diaz Senior Vice President and Principal Legal Counsel Reuters America, Inc. Mr. Rodrigo Garza Trader Banorte Securities International

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JANY Staff List*
EXECUTIvE OFFICE
Douglas E. Schallau President Terri Y. Wilson Executive Assistant

SPECIAL EvENTS
Chris hemmer Senior Vice President, Special Events Roseanne Dennehy Senior Director, Special Events Christopher Ellis Director, Special Events Daniel Langley Manager, Special Events

Diana Lee Manager, Programs Jessica Marshall Manager, Programs Anne Timms Manager, Programs / LI Phillip Terrado Administrative Assistant, Programs Stephanie hattiangadi Volunteer

ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE
kenneth W. Schwab Senior Vice President, Finance & Administration Imdad Islam Director, IT & Business Solutions Tekle Berhan Manager, Accounting & HR husna Sheriff Manager, Database Anthony hutchinson Manager, Office & Facilities Elaine Turkin Administrative Assistant & Receptionist

PROGRAMMING
Lisa Castillo Richmond Senior Vice President, Programs Lori Arloff Vice President, Programs / LI Luis Davila-Ortega Director, Hispanic Initiative Laura Gutmann Director, Programs heather O. Grant Director, Programs Michelle Lee Senior Manager, Programs Florence Amissah Manager, Programs Milagros DuBouchet Manager, Programs Stacy Gilinson Manager, Programs kristen hugger Manager, Programs / LI Maat Johnson Manager, Programs

*JANY Staff List as of 9/30/2007

ADvANCEMENT & MARkETING
Sandra Lief Garrett Senior Vice President & Chief Advancement Officer Pamela Browse Vice President, Resource Development Jacqueline Dolly Senior Director, Marketing & Communications Dawn Wills Director, Development Daniel Mencher Manager, Resource Development Ajanta kalyanpur Volunteer 34

Program List
The following list identifies JA programs delivered by JANY during the 2006-2007 program year.

ELEMENTARY GRADES
Ourselves ® Our Families ® Our Community ® Our City ® Our Region ® Our Nation ® JA Dollars and $ense™

RETIRED PROGRAMS*
JA Enterprise in Action ® JA Go Figure! Exploring Math in Business ® Our World ® Personal Economics ® The Economics of Staying in School ® The International Marketplace ®
*Retired as of July 1, 2007

MIDDLE GRADES
JA Global Marketplace ® JA Economics for Success ® JA America Works™ JA It’s My Business!™

hIGh SChOOL
JA Banks in Action™ JA Careers with a Purpose™ JA Economics™ JA Business Ethics™ Junior Achievement Presents: The NEFE High School Financial Planning Program™ JA Success Skills ® JA Titan ® JA Company Program™ JA Job Shadow™

Photos Left to Right: JANY 2006-2007 Photo Archive

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Opportunity knocks
At Junior Achievement of New York, we like to think of ourselves as brokers of experiences and opportunities. We’re in the business of bringing people together to build a network of action to drive change. This network shares a common vision to advance and transform young people’s lives. Our vision is to live in a harmonious and prosperous world where all people – regardless of geographic location, background and economic status – can enjoy and make use of the full range of their talents and abilities. We believe limitless possibilities exist for young people to develop paths out of poverty or away from negative influences. These paths are limited only by the degree of a young person’s imagination and accessibility to opportunity. Junior Achievement encourages students to dream bigger dreams, by providing them with the knowledge they need to make positive choices in life. Our greatest and most valuable resource is human potential. History proves that some of the world’s greatest leaders often emerge from places and circumstances we least expect. Junior Achievement brings the real world to high need students, opening their minds to their unlimited potential. Together with our volunteers, partners and supporters, we work to open the doors of opportunity to the students we serve. JANY leverages the power of this unique community of people and organizations that care; our goal is to connect the classroom with key players and decision makers from the business community, the academic community, government, policy makers and other notable influencers who are crucial to the future of youth in New York City and Long Island. Opportunity knocks as we stand poised on the threshold of an exciting future together. Those of us with great advantages have a responsibility to share our good fortune by investing in opportunities that enable youth to achieve. The return on our investment is the promise of a better and more prosperous world for us all. JANY needs your commitment, dedication and support to continue thriving. We seek and value the support of leaders and original thinkers from the business, academic sectors and community organizations whose ideas and contributions create positive change. We invite former JA students to reconnect with an organization dedicated to preparing and empowering young people to lead and succeed. Become a member of a powerful community that drives progress. You can belong to our diverse pool of volunteers and partners who inspire and mobilize like-minded people to achieve extraordinary things. With your support, we can find new ways of forging connectedness – promoting engagement, collaboration and motivation to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Each success story – every student we touch and impact – is one step closer to a better future. As we move toward our 2010 plan, we welcome fresh and innovative leadership perspectives to help us reach our goals. Share your life experiences, your time and resources with students to guide them toward a more positive direction in life. Make your investment in tomorrow – today! We seek: • Volunteers from the business and academic sectors • Board members – senior executives and decision makers • JA alumni • Corporate & media partnerships • School and community partnerships Come join us! Connect with the JA community to transform the lives of NYC and Long Island students. For more information e-mail: info@jany.org or call: 212-949-5269; or visit www.jany.org
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“Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On this foundation rests the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and sustainable human development.”
– Kofi Annan Former UN Leader & Nobel Prize Winner

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 Inc/Williams Lea NYC Creative Studio

SPECIAL ThANkS
Candace Corlett, Heather Little, Erica McMahon, Robert Neufeld and Joshua Weitzman

PhOTOGRAPhY
The JANY 2006-2007 Photo Archive Collection Various student images provided courtesy of Patrick Andrade

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