Junior Achievement is dedicated to empowering young people to own their economic success. For the past six years, JA and State Farm have enjoyed a partnership that furthers our mission to help students be financially literate.
The What's The Risk?: Insurance 101 program is a one-time lesson designed to prepare students for success by informing them about the basics of insurance, which is brought to life by you - the State Farm agent!
Your experience as a State Farm agent makes you the perfect person to teach young people about insurance! Everything you need to teach What's the Risk?: Insurance 101 is available here.
Providing this to your local junior or high school is simple: just follow the four steps below. Contact JA at 501.830.6026 if you have any questions.
Complete the Volunteer Form.
Contact your local school to schedule your lesson. Your host teacher will register the class here.
Download and view the following materials:
- What's the Risk Powerpoint Presentation (.pptx) (.pdf)
- What's the Risk Volunteer Guide (.pdf)
- Risk Bingo Game Materials (.zip)
Complete the Class Confirmation Form after your class is completed.
Thank you for empowering the future with Junior Achievement!
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