JA of Wisconsin in Metro Milwaukee
JA Kohl's Education Center
11111 West Liberty Dr.
Milwaukee, WI 53224
The Junior Achievement office in Metro Milwaukee is one of 12 area offices in the state. Governed by a local board of directors comprised of business and community leaders, the Metro Milwaukee District is serving nearly 74,000 students in almost 4,000 classrooms in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington, and Waukesha counties.
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Metro Milwaukee Events
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin hosts many events across the state designed to recognize partners, increase awareness of its mission, and raise funds to teach students about entrepreneurship, global workforce readiness, and personal financial literacy. Find out more about these activities and the ways you can be involved by calling the Junior Achievement of Metro Milwaukee office at 414-577-3800.
JA Team Achieve
JA Rising Women
Rising Women brings together SE Wisconsin women leaders and outstanding female high school students in the Milwaukee area. Together we will celebrate successes, develop talents, and further JA's mission. The purpose of this event is to empower young women to be economically self-sufficient.
Join us for one of Junior Achievement's signature events, the Junior Achievement Holiday Auction and Gala. There truly is no better way to kick-off the holiday season: a four-course meal, incredible silent and voice auction packages, and the opportunity to provide unparalleled support for Junior Achievement programs in the year to come. A special thanks to this year's host, Russ Darrow Group. For more details or to RSVP, please check out our invitation. See you there!
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"I liked how the Junior Achievement volunteer explained his job to us."