Arrow Electronics Employees Score Funds for Financial Education Through Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon

Jun 5, 2019 4:00 PM ET

DENVER, June 5, 2019 /3BL Media/ – More than 100 Arrow Electronics employees in the company’s Centennial, Colo. headquarters participated in the Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon to raise money for the nonprofit’s outreach to Colorado youth. The employees raised enough funds to sponsor educational programming for 250 students. 

Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain, Inc. will reach over 100,000 students this year, teaching them invaluable life lessons in financial literacy, career readiness and entrepreneurship at no cost thanks to corporate partners like Arrow.

“The time spent raising money for Junior Achievement will help change the trajectory of a student’s life. Without those efforts, Junior Achievement would not be able to provide hands-on learning experiences to students across the Rocky Mountain region,” said Jen Iaeger, JA Bowl-A-Thon manager.

Employees who participated in the event received matching funds for their efforts through the Arrow Charitable “Dollars for Doers” program, which rewards employees for contributing to their local communities. 

Arrow employees from around the world regularly work with local nonprofits, extending the company’s collaborative and innovative culture into the broader communities where they live and work. Learn more about Arrow’s Corporate Social Responsibility program by visiting

About Arrow Electronics

Arrow Electronics (NYSE:ARW) guides innovation forward for over 200,000 leading technology manufacturers and service providers. With 2018 sales of $30 billion, Arrow develops technology solutions that improve business and daily life. Learn more at

About Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain, Inc.

Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain, Inc. (JA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preparing young people to thrive in the 21st Century workplace and global economy by inspiring a passion in free enterprise and entrepreneurship and instilling an understanding of personal financial literacy. This year, JA will work with more than 6,000 volunteers to empower students across the Front Range and in Colorado’s mountain communities. JA programs are always free to schools thanks to the generous support of volunteers and donors. For more information, visit