Junior Achievement is a non profit organization that brings the real world to students through hands-on curriculum delivered by a trained classroom volunteer. Our programs inspire and prepare young people around the world for success in a global economy by teaching them the key concepts of workforce readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy.
I took an idea I saw on here and did some things differently. They are simply clear treat bags with starbursts inside of them. I used them for students after a performance, but they could also be used in a classroom.
Students will color, cut, sort and glue pictures of goods and services! This would be a great and simple assessment! Dont forget to leave feedback for your purchase. Please go to your My Purchases page and beside each purchase you will see a Provide Feedback button.
A great way for students to practice identifying resources as human, natural or capital. They have to read the words and sort them accordingly. Resources can be a tricky concept for economics, so use this tool to help the kids understand the difference.
Junior Achievement (JA) and the ING U.S. Foundation’s 2013 Teens & Careers survey reveals a substantial national year-over-year decline in teens’ interest in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and medical-related fields.
Updated: You can support me bowling in the annual Disney VoluntEARS Junior Achievement Bowl-a-Thon for Central Florida. Just click through to access my fundraising website. | I benefited from Junior Achievement (JA) in middle school. The organization empowers students K-12 to own their economic success through volunteer-delivered programs fostering work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills. One of my volunteer #bucket_list items is to become a JA classroom mentor.