JA’S IN-CLASSROOM PROGRAMS
PREPARES TOMORROW’S WORKFORCE.
With a focus on financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship,
Junior Achievement classroom activities complement what our hard-working
educators are already doing to prepare our youth to succeed in the future, both
personally and professionally.
Serving as mentors, our volunteers share their personal and professional
experiences with thousands of students every year - more than 50% of whom come
from low-income backgrounds.
Attend a volunteer training at our Tempe office
Teach five lessons during regular school hours (lessons are approx 45-min each)
1 to 3 years work experience required
JA’s impact would not be possible without the mentors, donors, and schools who partner together to make a difference.
Help a classroom of students harness their potential - SIGN UP TODAY!
- Teaching / Instruction
- Financial Literacy
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Teach five 45-min lessons, one lesson per week
- Attend 2-hour volunteer training session