Junior Achievement at San Juan High School - Start February 4
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
2 people are interested
Lead weekly fun, hands-on Junior Achievement (JA) lessons for high school students!
The Junior Achievement Take Stock in Your future curriculum will be taught, focusing on preparing students for financial success in the real world. The concepts in this program are related to the stock market, stocks, investing, managing a portfolio, personal finance, and saving for the future. The in-class program prepares students to compete at the 2020 Stock Market Challenge event on March 19, 2020. Help coach a team of future investors to victory!
Each weekly class visit is approximately 50 minutes on the following dates:
February 4, February 11 and March 3
This volunteer opportunity has 3 time slots available:
8:00 - 8:51 am each week
8:56 - 9:47 am each week
2:06 - 2:57 pm each week
As role models, volunteers bring the curriculum to life with real world experiences shared during classroom sessions. JA Staff provide training and all of the curriculum materials, and the teacher remains in the classroom the entire time.
No matter what your profession, your life experience and determination to succeed means that you can serve as a role model. Our volunteers come from diverse occupations, backgrounds and age groups, including business professionals, parents, retirees, and college students. You are welcome to sign-up with a friend or colleague to team teach.
About Junior Achievement of Sacramento, Inc.
3800 Watt Avenue, Suite 165, Sacramento, CA 95821, US
To empower young people to own their economic success.
Junior Achievement partners community volunteers with teachers in grades K-12 to implement curriculum focusing on three key content areas: entrepreneurship, financial literacy and workplace readiness.
7551 Greenback LaneCitrus Heights, CA 95610
- General Education
- Financial Literacy
- People Skills
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 1 hour JA Volunteer Orientation and Training, 30 minutes prep before each lesson, 1 hour each week on 3 scheduled lesson dates.
- General knowledge about financial management, banking, personal finance is helpful.