Make an exciting difference in the future of local K-12 students by teaching them economic success skills! You can inspire young people to experience the realities and opportunities of the new global marketplace through Junior Achievement (JA), the nonprofit leader in providing innovative financial literacy, work-readiness, and entrepreneurship education. Junior Achievement of New Mexico needs volunteers to take career- and life-skills mentoring and teaching into local classrooms. You don't need teaching experience, as all materials are created for non-teachers to deliver the programs. You just need a passion to inspire and prepare students for economic success, while sharing your personal and professional experiences.
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Requirements & Commitment
- <p>Volunteers need enthusiasm and a willingness to share their experience. Your time commitment is flexible, varying from a single school day to a weekly one-hour visit for five to eight weeks. It all depends on your availability and the JA program you select to share with students.</p>