LOWELL, Mass. – Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union has gone to the head of the class at Lowell High School's Junior Achievement's Success Skills Program. JDCU Human Resources Specialist Lois Bousquet, Mortgage Loan Originator Kara Doyle, Assistant Branch Manager Judy McCullough and AVP/Controller Jim Reddy are the latest mentors to help students here build on skills that will be highly useful in the business world. Over the semester JDCU professionals will cover topics ranging from Connecting to the Workplace, Communication Skills and Assessing/Improving/ Applying Your Skills, to Working in Teams, Presentation Skills, Resume Building and Interviewing. "Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union supports JA because of its long-term impact in giving kids a stake in the free enterprise system and in helping to ensure a better workforce," said JDCU President/CEO Paul Mayotte. Junior Achievement is the leading K-12 and after-school, learn-by-doing business education program in the world. By participating, young people learn the economics of life and about the free enterprise system.

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