JA Program PGP Opportunities | Junior Achievement of Southwestern Indiana

JA Professional Growth Point Opportunities

Indiana Educators must complete 90 Professional Growth Plan (PGP) points to renew their teaching licenses. In 2019, Educators were required to earn 15 points through an externship, professional development promoting career navigation, or professional development relating to current and future economic needs. JA has partnered with several community organizations to create unique opportunities. Our courses are written in hour increments / PGP points. 1 hour = 1 PGP point.
 
Within 5-7 business days of course completion, educators will receive a Certificate of Completion. 

JA EduSpark Educator PGP

JA EduSpark Educator PGP

You will earn 6 (six) Professional Growth Points for your completion of the JA EduSpark Educator Program.  This consists of completion of the pre-event worksheet, the post-event worksheet, and your attendance at the event.  You will be provided with a certificate following the JA EduSpark event. 

 

JA JobSpark Educator PGP

JA JobSpark Educator PGP

You will earn 6 (six) Professional Growth Points for your completion of the JA JobSpark Educator Program.  This consists of completion of the pre-event worksheet, the post-event worksheet, and your attendance at the event.  You will be provided with a certificate following the JA JobSpark event. 

JA Job Shadow Educator PGP

JA Job Shadow Educator PGP

You will earn 6 (six) Professional Growth Points for your completion of the JA Job Shadow™ Educator Program.  This consists of completion of the pre-event worksheet, the post-event worksheet, and your attendance at the event.  You will be provided with a certificate following the JA Job Shadow™ event. 

 

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