Host On-Site Training | Junior Achievement of Idaho

Host On-Site Training

By focusing on education, economic and youth development, JA programs contribute to the vitality of our community and the availability of a well-educated workforce. As an Impact Partner, your investment in Junior Achievement will provide a visible and meaningful demonstration of your organization's commitment to ensuring our youth are prepared for college and a career.
By mentoring students with Junior Achievement you will be able to share your professional insights combined with a JA curriculum to inspire and prepare students. We need your help to meet the request for our programs from Idaho teachers.

How do I get started?

STEP 1: Get employees to sign-up as JA Mentors
    Print this sign-up sheet and post it in your office area.
STEP 2: Notify employees of the exciting Mentor opportunity
    Send out a company-wide email to all employees informing them of the opportunity to get involved in order to recruit participants. 
STEP 3: Schedule an on-site training
    Email Ashley Jackson to schedule an on-site training

Is an on-site training right for you?

If there are 3 or more people interested in becoming a Mentor for JA in your workplace and it's difficult for all of you to leave the office at once and it would be easier if we came to you.
If your group can make it to a training session at our office, sign-up for a training session here.

What is an on-site training?

During an on-site training, a JA staff member will come to your workplace to give a 1-hour mentor training. This training is required for new mentors who have never mentored with JA in the past.

Why mentor with JA?

Enhance employee development.
Improve employees' public speaking and presentation skills.
Employees will be able to highlight your business to students.
Employees will become more knowledgeable about educational issues.
Putting corporate values and beliefs into action that drives sustainable outcomes.
Develop, grow and inspire future workforce and business leaders; foster more educated consumers

During mentor training:

A brief history of JA
Go through the curriculum for Elementary, Middle and High School
A demo of one curriculum for a classroom
General tips on working with students and helping them to engage in learning activities
Learn useful teaching strategies
Learn classroom management tips
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    -Junior Achievement Student
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  • "I thought the experience was amazing. The presentation was unlike anything I've seen."

    -Junior Achievement Student
  • "I liked how the Junior Achievement volunteer explained his job to us."

    -Junior Achievement Student

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