JA Events are so Awesome!
JA of Idaho EVENTS
At JA of Idaho, we host several events throughout the year to raise money to support our programming. These events also engage the community in our efforts to reach students!
The Blockbuster Bowl (Achieve-A-Bowl) is JA's biggest fundraiser of the year. Hundreds of participants from local companies bowl each year to help JA provide financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurial programs to local students.
$100 From 100
In conjunction with Junior Achievement's 100th anniversary, we are asking local Idaho business owners and entrepreneurs to celebrate with us and support JA of Idaho with gifts of $100. Every $100 gift will provide financial literacy, work-readiness and entrepreneurship programs to four students this school year.
JA of Idaho PAST EVENTS
These JA Events have already taken place, but they will be back! If you would like to learn more about them, please email Caroline Lincoln Moore or call (208) 375-5243!
Inspire to Hire
Inspire to Hire is Junior Achievement of Idaho's career exploration day which introduces 8th-12th-grade students to the vast variety of local and state career opportunities. This career exploration day will enable students to interact with business representatives and see displays from hundreds of Idaho companies.
Idaho Golden Ticket
Stock Market Challenge
Spirit of Achievement Awards
The Spirit of Achievement Awards is Junior Achievement of Idaho's annual award ceremony. During the event, we will be honoring and recognizing the many educators, volunteers, and business partners that contribute to the inspiration and empowerment of the students in Idaho.
To inquire about future sponsorships and availability email Caroline Lincoln or call (208) 375-5243
"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."