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Golloub joins Junior Achievement of Central Maryland

Rebecca GolloubRebecca Golloub has joined Junior Achievement of Central Maryland as capstone program manager.

In addition to managing all day-to-day activities of JA’s facility-based elementary capstone program, JA BizTown, Golloub develops and manages all program curriculum changes; implements school, teacher and volunteer trainings, and supports JA’s middle and high school capstone program training.

She also collaborates with education and outreach team members to ensure successful implementation of JA programs and acts as liaison between JA BizTown community partners and JA’s fundraising team.

With five years teaching experience, Golloub has been a long-term second grade substitute teacher at Battle Grove Elementary School; a long-term technology, special education and ELED third grade substitute teacher at Shady Spring Elementary School; a long-term technology substitute teacher at Cedarmere Elementary School; and a teacher’s assistant/permanent substitute teacher at the School for Language and Communication Development.

Golloub also volunteered for a month with Outreach 360: Release The Hero Within, teaching children in a disadvantaged community in Nicaragua.

Golloub earned a bachelor’s degree in integrated elementary education/special education from Towson University, where she was on the Dean’s List.