JA Volunteering Information

   At JA, we are always in need of volunteers! Our programs are led in classrooms by volunteers who teach young people the skills they need to build a better future for themselves, their future families, and our community. 

Learn what volunteering requires:
See our JA Volunteer Description! 
Check out the frequently asked questions sheet! 


Ready to volunteer through Junior Achievement in Northeast Missouri and West-Central Illinois?!
Follow these steps!

Step 1: Volunteer Application

Complete your JA Volunteer Application!

Volunteering in Quincy Public Schools for the first time? Complete the additional application!


Step 2: Select a class where you will volunteer

Use our Sign-up Genius system to select a classroom to volunteer in!

Quincy Public Schools Volunteering Opportunities!

Payson-Seymour Elementary School Volunteering Opportunities!

St. Peters Volunteering Opportunities!

Palmyra Elementary JA in a Day – March 5, 2018

Mark Twain Elementary JA in a Day – May 8, 2018

A.D. Stowell Elementary JA in a Day – May 9, 2018

Oakwood Elementary JA in a Day – May 10, 2018

Eugene Field Elementary JA in a Day - May 11, 2018

Not seeing a school that you are interested in volunteering in on our list? Contact Annette McClellan!


Step 3: Receive JA Materials and needed training

Contact Annette McClellan, VP of Programs and District Operations District – amcclellan@jastl.org – 636-575-1675


Step 4: Complete Volunteer Assignment

Review the check-list to ensure you complete all aspects of volunteering! 
Complete your Student Feedback Interviews concluding leading the JA program! 


Step 5: Verify that you have completed the JA Program

Complete JA Verification at online link
*Click Online Version and disable popup blocker