For more information, call the JA office, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Inspire Student Success
JA students score significantly higher--at least 10 percent than their peers on assessments that measure financial literacy. Teachers (95%) and volunteers (92%) who have brought the JA experience into the classroom report JA students develop a better understanding of how the real world works!
Elementary School Programs
Middle School Programs
High School Programs
The middle grades program emphasizes the importance of an education and staying in school, while introducing students to economic concepts and information about the work or work, financial literacy and entrepreneurial thinking.
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Engaging themes help K-6 learn economic concepts through the Elementary School Program. Each theme builds on the previous and stresses relationship between school and futures success.
The high school programs strives to help students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to become productive citizens and workers.
Did you know that for a commitment of just a few hours, your students can get an up-close look at careers and see the relevance of what is being taught in school? Job shadow experiences can happen year round either as a class project, individual experiences, or through group shadow days.
For more information about JA programs and how to volunteer,
Volunteering to teach a JA class
- Make a difference in the life of a child
- Only 1 hour a week for 5 weeks
- Follow a lesson plan and curriculum given to you in a fully organized class kit. The kit has an easy to follow guide for you and the teacher.
- The enthusiasm and understanding the students have after you leave will show you the benefits of JA!
For a list of all the schools Junior Achievement of Eastern Wa. and No. Idaho, click here To Sponsor a Student, Classroom, or to Adopt a School, click here