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Compare and Contrast Payment Methods

Compare different ways people pay for things they want and need.

Innovative Ideas: US Patent Hunt

Learn how innovative ideas can change the world by exploring the website of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Interest in Your Favor

Discover how investing money in an interest-bearing savings account can help people buy big-ticket items.

JA My Way

JA My Way

JA My Way provides tips and tools to put students' careers on the express track. They'll take a Personality Quiz then visit My Career to find job matches. They'll explore buying a car and saving for college in My Money, create pro resumes at My Resume, and get tips to start a business at My Business!

Money Doubles by the Rule of 72

The power of compound interest can help you to earn significant money in the future! Learn how.

My Resume

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The Money Jar Podcasts

Are you curious about careers, money issues, or entrepreneurship, and looking for something a little different? A podcast series from Junior Achievement Radio asks the questions families and kids care about by interviewing people with the right expertise. For details about the podcast series, download the attached overview document. Listen Online. 

Why Countries Trade

Discover which countries specialize in export products and how to use those specialized products when creating a product of your own.

Career Goal Pocket Guide 

Are you motivated and committed to reaching your career goals? Complete this guide to keep as a reminder of your career goals.

Global Workforce

Have you ever thought about becoming part of the global workforce and working in another country? Learn more about what it is like and what you need to know.

JA Assembling Your Career

JA Assembling Your Career helps provide middle school and high school students with practical information about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) careers and ways students can prepare for these careers while still in school.

SELF-KNOWLEDGE Treasure Hunt

Skills, interests, and values help you focus in on what kinds of jobs and careers you might like. Do you know yours?

Bank Teller Computations

Help the bank teller count out money by solving these problems.

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Be an Engineer

Create a robot using STEM skills

 

 

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