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We would like to invite people from the community to go into our community schools in order to teach students about financial literacy, work readiness and entreprenuership. For over 35 years we have served students in Benton, Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Delaware, Grundy, Iowa, Johnson, Jones and Linn Counties.
All program materials are provided by Junior Achievement. Local teachers request the JA programs in their classrooms to be taught by community volunteers. The activities are hands-on and only require 5 30-45 minute sessions!
324 3rd Street SE, Ste 200, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401, US
Junior Achievement educates young people about economics, business and the value of free enterprise in order to improve the quality of their lives and to make them workforce ready.
We focus on the three pillars of JA:
Work Readiness Financial Literacy Entrepreneurship
Locally JA serves over 42,000 students annually. We place business and community leaders into the classroom to teach kids during the school day at their schools.
We'll work with your schedule.
324 3rd Street SESuite 200Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
July 9, 2020