Volunteer with Junior Achievement

 

Primary Education Programs

Ventura Elementary School - Kindergarten 

  • JA Ourselves (beginning immediately)

This program uses storybook characters in read-aloud and hands-on activities to introduce the role people play in an economy. Through engaging, volunteer-led activities, young students learn about individual choices, money, the importance of saving and giving, and the value of work.

If you would like to volunteer at Ventura Elementary, click here

 

Secondary Education Programs

Secondary programs assist in the development of practical skills taught in the classroom by volunteers at middle and high school grade levels.  Volunteers share their real life experiences to help students understand and achieve economic success in America's free enterprise system. Typically, volunteers commit to 45-minutes each week for 5-7 weeks depending on program.

JA Academy @ Oak Ridge High School

  •    JA Be Entrepreneurial (On Fridays, beginning  March 30)

This program provides the tools to develop a business plan, dismisses myths about entrepreneurship, and inspires innovative action to compete in our economic system.   

  • JA It's My Future (On Fridays, beginning March 30)

This program provides practical information about preparing for the working world. Students learn about career clusters, high-growth jobs, career planning, and creating a personal brand.

To volunteer at JA Academy, please click here

Westridge Middle School

  • JA It's My Future (On Fridays, beginning March 30)

This program help students explore careers within the defined career clusters. Discover ways to plan for a job and keep it. Students identify their personal-brands and map their future.

To volunteer at Westridge Middle School, please click here 

Liberty High School

  • JA Career Success (On Fridays, beginning March 30)

This program equips students with the skills needed to compete for high-demand, high-growth careers in the marketplace. Students focus on developing the 4C's – Critical thinking, Communication, Collaboration, and Creativity

To volunteer at Liberty High School, please click here 

Evans High School

  • JA Economics for Success ( On Wednesdays or Fridays beginning March 28/30)

Students learn the importance of exploring career options based on their skills, interests, and values. They also learn about spending money within a budget; saving and investing wisely; and using credit cautiously.

To volunteer at Evans High School, please click here

Crooms AOIT

  • JA Career Success (On Thursdays/Fridays beginning March 29/30)

This program equips students with the knowledge required to get and keep a job in high-growth industries. Students will explore the crucial workplace skills employers seek but often find lacking in young employees. Students also will learn about valuable tools to find that perfect job, including resumes, cover letters, and interviewing techniques. 

To volunteer at Crooms AOIT, please click here 

 

South Seminole Middle School

  • JA Economics for Success (On Thursdays/Fridays beginning March 29/30)

Description - Students learn the importance of exploring career options based on their skills, interests, and values. They also learn about spending money within a budget; saving and investing wisely; and using credit cautiously. 

 

  • JA It's My Future (On Thursdays/Fridays beginning March 29/30)

Description -  This program provides practical information about preparing for the working world. Students learn about career clusters, high-growth jobs, career planning, and creating a personal brand.

 

  • JA Be Entrepreneurial (On Thursdays/Fridays beginning March 29/30)

Description - This program provides the tools to develop a business plan, dismisses myths about entrepreneurship, and inspires innovative action to compete in our economic system.   

To volunteer at South Seminole Middle School, click here

 

For more information...

Contact Nancy Hubbard or call 407-270-4969

 

 

 

FPV: Business and Community Volunteers

Finance Park Virtual volunteers are needed in high school classrooms to provide 3-6 hours of service delivering financial literacy lessons to 12th grade students. Training and materials are provided.

 

Save The Dates:

 

Orange County

April 3rd - Paying for Postsecondary Education
April 12th - Identity Theft
April 19th - Volunteer Choice (Varied Topics)
 
To Sign up Click here

 

Osceola County Volunteer registration, click on OASIS School Volunteer

Once you have signed up to volunteer for JA Finance Park above, you must register to volunteer with The School District of Osceola on an annual basis. It is CRITICAL to sign up quickly because it can take up to two weeks to be cleared to volunteer in a school.  

 

For more Information...

Contact Shacoya Williams or call 407-270-4968