JA Day of the Girl
4019 Boulevard Center Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207
Join Junior Achievement and JA Girl$ for 5th Annual Day of the Girl
Her Future Starts Now
Open to girls ages 10-15
A day all about girls! Day of the Girl is a subprogram under the JA Girl$ initiative. JA Girl$ and partner organizations, companies, and local entrepreneurs will provide workshops to inspire girls and young women to open their minds to new opportunities, understand the power of their choices, and reach high to achieve their full economic potential.
Take your first steps now to explore high-growth careers from the women leading the way in Jacksonville! Feel confident that YOU can earn the job you deserve.
Day of the Girl Activities Include:
- Workshops on how to develop the personal branding and job-hunting confidence needed to earn a high-demand job
- Interactive activities led by women in STEM leadership roles
- A JA Career Fair to hear real life stories from successful women
Registration Coming Soon!
Day of the Girl Supported By
Volunteers are needed for the following Day of the Girl activities:
- Host a workshop teaching a Junior Achievement program on work readiness
- Host a workshop with an interactive experience showcasing the work of your business or organization
- Share your professional experience at a table during a Career Fair rotation
- Escort our participant groups from station to station
Interested in volunteering? Email Carly Norton or call 904-398-9944 x225.
Day of the Girl shares the vision and mission already in place for JA Girl$:
To inspire girls and young women to open their minds to new opportunities, understand the power of their choices, and reach high to achieve their full economic potential.
"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."