On January 9, 2020, Jovia attended the Nassau County Mathematics Teachers Association (NCMTA) "How to Make Math Count" Conference held at Molloy College with 350 Long Island teachers in attendance.
Jovia's Financial Literacy Program at Adelphi University provides on-campus financial literacy education. Adelphi students who receive financial literacy training are sharing their skills educating high school students across Long Island. Adelphi business students and staff conducted their first successful financial literacy presentation to students at Uniondale High School on December 16th.
A number of Long Island schools will soon see new items like ukuleles in music class, sensory diet items in special education lunchrooms or new math labs with the help of Jovia Financial Credit Union's Funding Your Ideas (FYI) Teacher Grants Program.
Jovia Financial Credit Union is getting members and non-members "all charged up" with new electric vehicle charging stations, available free to the public, located just outside the newly redesigned Westbury branch.