JA Alumni | Junior Achievement of Northern New England

Over 100 million students have been involved in JA since 1919... were you one of them?

JA Alumni are a select groups of people who have experienced Junior Achievement programs as a student. You may have run your own student business as a member of the JA Company Program  or maybe you experienced what it was like to make financial decision in a student-managed city as part of JA Finance Park VirtualWe bet Junior Achievement made a difference in your life!

  • 93% of JA Alumni graduated high school or have a GED.

  • 42% of JA Alumni have a four-year degree

  • 62% of JA Alumni are currently working in positions that are "manager status or above."  

  • 20% of JA Alumni, or 1 in 5, say they work in the same career field as the JA volunteer who taught them as a student. 

  To learn more about JA alumni take a look at JA's Alumni Report!

Reconnect with JA!

Connect on Social Media

Connect on Social Media

We invite you to join our JA of Northern New England Alumni Network. Connect with other JA Alumni and stay updated on what JA of Northern New England is doing in your community.  Do you follow us on social media? Follow us today!


Did you have a mentor or volunteer who inspired you?  Did JA lead you to a new career path? We'd love to hear your story! 

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Do you want to give students in your community the same JA experience you had?

Volunteer with JA to:

  • Make a difference in your community

  • Inspire a future generation

  • Receive a rewarding experience

Fill out our volunteer form below and we will contact you with upcoming volunteer opportunities. 

Local Alumni Spotlight

Local Alumni Spotlight

Many JA alumni start businesses that serve a social need, solve a local problem, or inspire others to reach their potential. Others donate time and money to their communitites. While some give back to the next generation of young pople by volunteering and mentoring. What all our alumni share is the desire to be a global force for good and to help prepare the youth for the future.

We love to honor the great work our local alumni are doing for the Greater Boston area! This month we honor, James Brett, President and CEO of The New England Council. Learn about Jim's story with JA and what he is doing now to give back.

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

    -Junior Achievement Student
  • "Junior Achievement reinforced concepts for me to remember later in life."

    -Junior Achievement Student
  • "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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