Volunteer Opportunities | Junior Achievement of Central Virginia


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Multi-Visit Classroom Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteers are needed to teach the JA Be Entrepreneurial 7-session program as a part of JA StartUp - our signature entrepreneurial program for high schoolers. To learn more about JA StartUp, click here.  Volunteers are needed at the following schools:  Academy at Virginia Randolph; George Wythe HS; Highland Springs HS; James River HS; LC Bird HS; Petersburg HS; William Monroe HS (Greene County); Manchester HS.

To learn more about these programs, click here.  To commit to a class above, email Kim Brown or call 804-217-8855 ext. 213.

One-Hour HS and MS Classroom Volunteer Opportunities:

To learn more about these programs, click here. To commit to a class above, email Kim Brown or call 804-217-8855 ext. 213.

JA in a Day - to learn more about JA in a Day, click here.

Email Charlotte Oddi or call 804-217-8855 ext. 209 to volunteer.

JA Finance Park - to learn more about JA Finance Park, click here.

JA Finance Park Opportunities Key
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All JA Finance Park opportunities take place at the JA Finance Park facility located at the Libbie Mill Library -  2100 Libbie Lake East, Richmond, VA 23230.  Contact Connor Dolson or call 804-217-8855 ext. 205 to volunteer.


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