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Special Events Manager
Junior Achievement (JA) is seeking an enthusiastic, goal driven individual to manage its largest fundraiser, the JA Bowl-A-Thon. The JA Bowl-A-Thon, involved nearly 6,000 participants this year from more than 100 companies. The event’s success is critical to ensuring that JA programs are offered at no cost to students or schools. The ideal candidate will be passionate about JA’s mission, and have the ability to develop and implement strategies to increase participation from new and existing companies and individuals. Read the full job description for more details about this exciting opportunity.
JA Finance Park Educational Guide
Do you have the ability to entertain and engage students and large groups? Put those skills to use by providing an edu-taining experience for middle and high school students. Spend your days instilling important life skills in youth by leading groups of up to 165 students through an experiential budgeting field trip. As the JA Finance Park Educational Guide you will adapt to quickly changing situations and multi-task with good humor in an environment with impressionable youth and program stakeholders. You’ll be part of a passionate team that will serve 19,000 students through JA Finance Park, and part of an organization that will impact 110,000 students during the 2013/14 school year. Read the full job description for more details about this exciting opportunity.
Junior Achievement (JA) announced the three winning student teams from its annual JA Business Week, a one-of-a-kind summer camp that lets high school students experience the business world, develop leadership skills and focus on the future. Alongside some of Denver’s … Continue reading
The afternoon before Mocktails started off with an empowering and captivating presentation about how to shape your own personal network from Ray Harman and Gary Sugar. The dorms then filled with the hustle and bustle of girls and boys dressing … Continue reading
By Nina Asher, JA Business Week Student As we were taught throughout JA Business Week, networking is important to your success in a business and as a business person. We were taught the ways of networking through LinkedIn and other … Continue reading