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 Business Week
Applications are being accepted until May 15 for this “crash-course” in business. High school students work with local companies on an “Apprentice”-style project, learn how local business got their start, and find out more about their future.
Help Us Write America’s Next Success Story.
More than 5,385 participants from more than 100 companies hit the lanes to help Junior Achievement (JA) provide financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurial programs to local students. The 30th annual JA Bowl-A-Thon, presented by Pinnacol Assurance, raised a record … Continue reading
Teacher Appreciation Week is May 6 to 10, 2013. Junior Achievement would like to thank all of the wonderful teachers who welcome JA volunteers into their classrooms. We appreciate you!
It was freshman year and our economics class entered to a Junior Achievement volunteer ready to teach us about business ethics. Honestly, as 14 year old freshmen, we didn’t think business ethics to be terribly applicable to our everyday lives, … Continue reading