JA Company Program®
Junior Achievement's longest running program, JA Company Program®, is back with a bang!
Thanks to a generous investment from The Hartford, JA Company Program® is all new and updated with 13 new modular experiences to share with today's teen entrepreneurs.
The updated program is part of a blended learning approach that offers groups of students the opportunity to understand the steps involved in launching their own businesses while learning the basics of entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and business success.
|Pillars of Student Success||Entrepreneurship:||Financial-Literacy:||Work-Readiness:|
|Program Implementation||Program Grade-Level|
|JA AfterSchool||Middle School and High School|
|Program Concepts||Program Skills|
Would you like your students to participate in JA Company Program® during the 2018-19 school year?
Volunteer for JA Company Program
Advise a group of high school students as they start their own companies.
JA Company Program® Breakdown
Watch: JA Company Program® in action!
The Allstate Foundation
Thank you to our partner, Allstate Foundation, for giving local high school students the opportunity to participate in a program that provides a fun, interactive way to teach students real-life business skills and leave them inspired to build a career and launch their own dreams. The 2016 -2017 school year was an exciting year as three companies participated in a local business challenge, the FedEx Junior Business Challenge, held at THE PLAYERS Championship in May 2016. Antibee, an anti-bullying app made by students from Sandalwood High school, made it to the FedEx Junior Business Challenge Finals in Atlanta.