• Be Entrepreneurial 2015 Sponsor by Catterpillar
    Be Entrepreneurial 2015 Sponsor by Catterpillar
    Challenges students from 15 to 19 years old, start an entrepreneurial venture while still in high school. Group photo at Wat Dan Sam Rong School, Bangkok.
  • Be Entrepreneurial 2015 Sponsor by Catterpillar
    Be Entrepreneurial 2015 Sponsor by Catterpillar
    Evaluate an entrepreneurial idea based on product, customer, and competitive-advantage criteria at Thewphaingarm School, Bangkok.
  • Be Entrepreneurial 2015 Sponsor by Catterpillar
    Be Entrepreneurial 2015 Sponsor by Catterpillar
    Recognize characteristics and practices of successful entrepreneurs. Certificates at Darasamutr School, Chonburi Province.
  • It's My Business 2015 Sponsor by Bechtel Inc.
    It's My Business 2015 Sponsor by Bechtel Inc.
    Apply their entrepreneurial skills to education, career, and service pursuits. Group photo Bechtel Inc. & students from Wat That Thong School.
  • It's My Business 2015 Sponsor by Bechtel Inc.
    It's My Business 2015 Sponsor by Bechtel Inc.
    Will be presented Fill a need, Know your customer and product, Be creative and innovative and Believe in yourself. Students from Saipanya School.
  • It's My Business 2015 Sponsor by Bechtel Inc.
    It's My Business 2015 Sponsor by Bechtel Inc.
    Apply their entrepreneurial skills to education, career, and service pursuits. Certificates at Srivikorn School.
  • Insure Your Success 2015 Sponsor by Krungthai AXA
    Insure Your Success 2015 Sponsor by Krungthai AXA
    The Insure Your Success project helps young people aged 12 – 18 years understand the risks associated with certain financial choices. Certificates at Chan Hun Bamphen School
  • Insure Your Success 2015 Sponsor by Krungthai AXA
    Insure Your Success 2015 Sponsor by Krungthai AXA
    Provides opportunities for AXA employees to engage in the communities in which they work by volunteering
  • Insure Your Success 2015 Sponsor by Krungthai AXA
    Insure Your Success 2015 Sponsor by Krungthai AXA
    Raises awareness in the community (government, media, parents) of the need for enhanced financial education and how businesses like AXA can contribute positively to meeting that need. Group photo at Buddhajak Withaya School.
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JA Banks in Action®
Sponsor by Bangkok Bank

Through hands-on classroom activities and local, regional, and national competitions, JA Banks in Action teaches high school students the principles of the banking industry, and introduces them to the challenges of successfully operating a bank in a competitive environment. JA Banks in Action not only educates young people around the world about the banking industry, but also encourages them to become better citizens and smarter consumers.

Session Titles and Summaries

Session One: The Building Blocks of Banking
Students study banking basics, including industry history, primary operations and procedures, and products and services.

Session Two: The Spread
Students learn about short-term deposit and loan products, and how a bank’s income is affected by spread.

Session Four: Long-Term Opportunity
Students learn about long-term deposit and loan products and the elements involved in approving or denying a loan application.

Session Five: Decide on Long-Term Products
Students complete a flow chart that demonstrates balancing assets and liabilities.

Session Six: Spend Money to Make Money
Students analyze a variety of banking research and development options, and create a list of benefits in which to market their chosen option.

Session Seven: Behind the Scenes
Students learn about various banking careers and how to expand their skills, knowledge, and experience.

Session Eight: The Competition—Bank of Choice
Students use knowledge gained from previous sessions to compete in a computer-simulation classroom competition.

 

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