Volunteer Now - Junior Achievement of Maine

Ways To Volunteer

Traditional In-Classroom

Traditional In-Classroom

Where: In a school classroom in our community
Time Investment: Typically one hour, for five days

As a JA Traditional Volunteer, you'll be paired with a teacher in a classroom. This delivery method is an effective and popular way to show students a connection between the skills they are learning in the classroom and how they can get a more fulfilling career and life.

JA in a Day

JA in a Day

Where: In a school classroom in our community
Time Investment: Just one day‎

This experience uses the same JA programs as the traditional method, but it's condensed into a single day for a high-impact experience!  Perfect for the volunteer who can take just a day away from work.

JA Job Shadow<sup>®</sup>

JA Job Shadow®

Where: At your company or organization
Time Investment: Typically a half business day

Students in our community come to you! You'll give them insight into your job and give them a tour of your company so they can have an opportunity to see how work gets done. It's a really great way to show them how products are made or services are promoted.

JA Titan Challenge<sup>®</sup>

JA Titan Challenge®

Where: In a school classroom in our community
Time Investment: Typically 6 hours

The Titan Challenge is a day-long business strategy competition for high school students. Teams of three students work with a mentor from the business community to guide a fledgling company through the ups and downs of the market. The Titan Challenge draws on a number of skills each team member will need to become a meaningful contributor in tomorrow's workforce: creativity, finance, collaboration, strategy, leadership, and more.

Volunteer with Junior Achievement

Were you ever a JA student?

Male or Female?

Please let us know in the comment box below if you have any volunteer preferences such as
- Standard weekly classes (Grade level and Geographic location/school)

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  • "Junior Achievement has given me a sense of what adults go through with budget issues."

    -Junior Achievement Student
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  • "I thought the experience was amazing. The presentation was unlike anything I've seen."

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

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