FARMINGTON, CT (June 6, 2019)– ConnectiCare, one of Connecticut’s leading health plans, has a long-standing history of giving back to local communities. ConnectiCare employees volunteer at several events throughout Connecticut and they were at the Ellen P. Hubbell School in Bristol on June 6, volunteering for Junior Achievement of Southwest New England’s JA in a Day program.
JA in a Day is a high impact way to deliver Junior Achievement lessons for a particular grade level all in the same day. ConnectiCare employees led classroom discussions on workforce readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy with students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
“JA in a Day is an opportunity to share knowledge and inspire students in our community,” said Eric Galvin, President of ConnectiCare. “We’re working to create healthier futures for the communities we serve and participating in JA in a Day aligns with this goal. We’re proud to contribute to the future success of these students.”
Junior Achievement’s purpose is to prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. The not-for-profit is dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to plan for their futures, own their economic success, and make smart academic and economic choices.
ConnectiCare is a leading health plan in the state of Connecticut. A local company for more than 35 years, ConnectiCare has a full range of products and services for businesses, municipalities, individuals and those who are Medicare-eligible. By striving to make it easy for members to get the care they need, ConnectiCare leads the individual market in the state, and is ranked among the top commercial health plans in the nation, according to the National Committee for Quality Assurance. ConnectiCare is a subsidiary of EmblemHealth. For more information, visit connecticare.com. To learn about ConnectiCare’s health insurance plans, visit chooseconnecticare.com.