Junior Achievement Helps Prepare Today's Students for a Bright Future
Our volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students to dream big and reach their potential.
How to get involved?
Your corporation can support the growing need for youth development by helping today's students with the critical skills and the character necessary to succeed in your 21st century workplace.
Not affiliated with a corporation partnered with JA? You can make a donation to JA right here in the North Florida region!
By volunteering for JA through your organization, you can be in the classroom during work hours and you can share your experience and inspire young people to pursue their dreams.
Not affiliated with a corporation partnered with JA? You can volunteer directly with a JA in your community!
Quality volunteers from the community come into your classroom to deliver proven, hands-on programming that inspires students to understand the opportunities provided by education.
Learn More About JA Programs
Not an Educator? Find out how you can get JA programs into your local community!
JA Lifetime ACHIEVEment Awards
Friday, October 20 & Saturday, October 21
Bowl America Mandarin
Monday, November 13
University of North Florida University Center
Bowlers pledge a minimum of $100 to bowl for Junior Achievement at the Fall Bowl-A-Thon.
All funds raised at the Bowl A Thon go towards JA's financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship programs for young people.
Title I third grade students are being introduced to financial concepts and the Economics of Healthy Eating, a new JA initiative sponsored by The Jim Moran Foundation, at the JA Financial Literacy Center. Volunteers needed daily!