Hand in hand with caring adults concerned about the future success and economic health of young people and the communities in which they live, Junior Achievement empowers young people to own their future economic success. Fulfilling this mission requires the support of the community.
Support means finding volunteers who give their time to mentoring young people with JA programs. It also means finding business professionals who are willing to serve as board members and support the administrative side of Junior Achievement.
Support must also come from businesses and individuals that realize the importance of starting economic and business education early on and continuing it through all grade levels. They not only donate their time and money: they invest in the future of our community.
We appreciate the investment of every volunteer and donor, and we invite you to join them. Together we are helping young people develop the competence, confidence and character to make smart academic and economic decisions.