• Volunteers Needed

    Passionate volunteers are the cornerstone of JA. Volunteers serve as invaluable role models by helping students understand the important part education plays in their future success.

    Make a Difference

    As a nonprofit, we count on financial support from the business community, private & community foundations, special events & individuals. All money raised is utilized to provide programs to local students.

    JA Stock Market Challenge

    This corporate event, held on the evening of Nov. 6, is fun at its most competitive! Teams compete to grow their “mock” stock portfolio to the highest overall net worth.

  • Help Us Write America’s Next Success Story.

    It’s a hyper-competitive, fast-paced, interconnected world out there. And the statistics show that America’s competitive edge needs sharpening. At Junior Achievement, we work hard every day to prepare and inspire Colorado youth to succeed in today’s global economy. Our volunteers engage students in solving real-world problems to better prepare them for the complexities of both work and life in the 21st century. Learn more about how we’re doing our part to revitalize the American workforce right here in Colorado, and how you can help.
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  • American Furniture Warehouse (AFW), which is headquartered in Englewood, is one of the top retail furniture companies in the U.S.  AFW President and CEO Jake Jabs credits his organization’s success to “the basic American philosophy of hard work, long hours, … Continue reading


    Cari Winkler is a standout student and JA champion at the University of Denver.  She has been a Junior Achievement volunteer for two years. “During my sophomore year of college I really wanted to get involved in schools in Denver,” … Continue reading


    The JA Apple Society was created to thank and recognize our amazing classroom volunteers for their dedication to JA’s mission. This exclusive recognition is earned by a steadfast commitment to engaging with students multiple times. Denver-area volunteers who inspired 250, 500, … Continue reading