The West Palm Beach campus recently held its first ever Bowl-A-Thon to support Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches and the Treasure Coast. Organized by Keiser University West Palm Beach Campus Associate Dean Dr. Dan Lambert the affair raised over $1,200. Held at Jupiter Lanes Bowling Alley, it provided an opportunity for over thirty faculty and staff members and their families to cheer each other on while supporting a great cause.
“This event was a fun way to bring increased awareness about Junior Achievement to our West Palm Beach and Flagship campuses. We are excited to expand our connection with Junior Achievement in the coming months.” said Kimberly Lea, Campus President who is also a Junior Achievement board member.
Junior Achievement is a nonprofit organization providing a series of business, economics and life-skills programs to enhance the education of young people. JA of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast is a local organization serving Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Hendry and Indian River Counties. JA USA™ was established nationally in 1919 and is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado.