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Junior Achievement Financials

JA Consistently Receives High Grades for Accountability and Transparency

As the Junior Achievement National Office, we are responsible for all R&D of our program content. We also serve as the lead for all marketing, branding and awareness issues on a national scope. We provide support and training to 109 JA Areas across the United States. The organization's primary revenues come from corporate and private contributions, federal and private grants, materials sales and fees charged to JA Areas.

Annual Reports

  • "You can feel the impact these programs have on the children and I will be a continuous supporter of JA!"

    JA Volunteer
  • "My students love JA time! It's a foundation for understanding how our lives work in a home and extends to a community."

    Kindergarten Teacher
  • "I was elated to see the great boost in confidence my daughter gained."

    SPARK Parent
  • "Teaching Junior Achievement is one of the best things I have ever done in my life. Teaching the children about important factors that will play key roles in their lives is what makes it so special. I loved the opportunity, thank you so much Junior Achievement!"

    JA Volunteer
  • "Having a Junior Achievement volunteer in my classroom has been so great for the students."

    Kindergarten Teacher
  • "I would like to thank you and all of JA Titan for the opportunities you have given me."

    Titan Scholarship Recipient
  • "This program is so important for students to understand they are part of a bigger community."

    School Administrator
  • "I really think this is a great program for the kids and I'm glad that they give these children the opportunity to show that they can be successful businesswomen."

    SPARK Parent
  • "The most heartwarming moments are when the children present you with drawings or tell you, ‘This has been the best day ever!'"

    JA Volunteer
  • "They're learning about important concepts like how and why to earn and save money at such a young age, and those lessons will help them become responsible members of the community as they get older."

    Kindergarten Teacher
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