Junior Achievement of Alaska Career Opportunities
- Provides support for JA quality program growth and expansion in communities outside of Anchorage.
- Meeting annual goals set by the President and the Board of Directors;
- Responsible for continuing to develop and grow the Rural Alaska Initiative, specifically geared to educate and inspire young people in villages around the state.
- Provide training for teachers and volunteers in Anchorage and for remote volunteers;
- Attend annual JA in a Day events in Anchorage and communities,
- Recruit volunteers to fill classroom needs when necessary;
- Recruit and renew commitments from schools/teachers in outlying communities;
- Follow up with programs and collect registrations in a timely manner;
- Maintain accurate records;
- Follows up with programs and collects registrations in a timely manner, able to provide regular updates to President on year to date progress relative to current goals;
- Assures program quality through face-to-face meetings (when possible), phone calls, classroom monitoring, and follow-up surveys;
- Manage inventory for accuracy
- Assist with community needs for volunteer recruitment and recognition;
- Responsible for increasing public awareness of JA;
- Assists all program related Board Committees;
"Junior Achievement has given me a sense of what adults go through with budget issues."
"Junior Achievement reinforced concepts for me to remember later in life."
"I thought the experience was amazing. The presentation was unlike anything I've seen."
"I liked how the Junior Achievement volunteer explained his job to us."