2020 JA You're Hired
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
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On Tuesday February 25 th, nearly 500 high school students from around the state will participate in the award-winning JA You’re Hired Event, at the Phoenix Convention Center South Building. Prior to attending the event, these students will have participated in volunteer-led lessons focusing on work-readiness skills like interviewing, networking, public speaking, and dressing for success.
Our logistical volunteers will assist in setup, registration, monitoring students sessions, possible judging, and clean up.
Each one of our volunteers are assigned to tasks that make the event run smoothly and ensure a VIP experience for our students and corporate sponsors.
About Junior Achievement of Arizona
636 W. Southern Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85282, US
Junior Achievement: Empowering young people to own their economic success.
With a focus on financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship, Junior Achievement’s classroom curriculum complements what our hard-working educators are already doing to prepare our youth to succeed in the future, both personally and professionally. Time Commitment: Training: 2 hours Preparation: 30-45 minutes per lesson Teaching: 5-7 one-hour lessons during regular school hours (or our JA Day format, where all lessons are taught in one day). Support: Teachers remain in the classroom at all times Experience: K- 5th grade (1 to 3 years work experience) 6th - 12th grade (3+ years professional work experience) 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!
100 N 3rd StreetPhoenix, AZ 85004
- People Skills
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Must be at least 18
- Set up will begin at 6:15 since our students will begin to arrive at 7am. Event will go until approximately 1pm.
- We ask that our volunteers wear business attire (no jeans) and comfortable shoes for the event. We are teaching our students how to dress for success and would like the theme to carry over to our volunteers.