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Junior Achievement of Northwestern Ohio

High School

Come join Junior Achievement by volunteering to teach students around the Toledo region in the academic areas of business and creative problem solving.
JA is looking for individuals to teach one day a week for 5 weeks using a provided curriculum that focuses on one of two subjects.

JA Titan is a course that focuses on business strategies and how to compete in a virtual simulation on running the best company. Students learn how different departments collaborate to complete company tasks and what decisions need to be made to keep the business running.

JA Creative Problem Solving is a course that teaches students about the Design Thinking concept of thinking outside the box. Entrepreneurial concepts allow students to think creatively about solving community issues.

Volunteers do not need to be an expert in either subject, but bring valuable corporate, community or life knowledge to enhance the already provided and thorough curriculum.

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About Junior Achievement of Northwestern Ohio

Location:

1645 Indian Wood Circle - Ste 104, Maumee, OH 43537, US

Mission Statement

Our Cause: To create a world in which students in Northwestern Ohio graduate from High School with a vision of future success and a defined path needed to get there. Our Purpose: To develop and empower students to be more deliberate about their future.

Description

Junior Achievement brings together local businesses and area K-12 students to offer learning experiences based on a foundation of financial literacy, entre(intra)preneurship, and career readiness. A robust, standards based curriculum allows volunteers to incorporate their personal life experiences while building on core knowledge to enhance students learning to become productive members of society.

Volunteers are the backbone of Junior Achievement---they are mentors, role models and leaders who help students grow into tomorrow's success stories! Junior Achievement strives to ensure every student who graduates has an understanding of the options available to them and they see a path they would like to take to create a meaningful life for themselves.

Junior Achievement offers both in-person or virtual learning experiences.

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Employment

WHEN

Mon Sep 13, 2021 - Thu Oct 28, 2021
04:30 PM - 05:30 PM

WHERE

Multiple locations Toledo, OH 43604

(41.65418,-83.54433)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • Teens

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1 hour in a virtual training + 5 hours teaching (minimum, as there are competitions for each course for volunteers to assist)

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