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Junior Achievement–Rocky Mountain, Inc. is seeking a collaborative and passionate individual to cultivate and develop new and long-term JA partnerships with businesses and individuals that engage with JA to volunteer in local schools, helping young people thrive in the 21st century workplace and global economy. As a JA Volunteer Manager, you will lead, organize and coordinate all aspects of large scale volunteer initiatives as part of team that leads more than 5,000 JA volunteers in the Denver Metro Area that will impact 125,000 students during the 2014/15 school year. Read the full job description here.
As a JA Program Manager, you will be responsible for the implementation of JA middle and high school programs within assigned school districts. You will also serve as the project lead for JA Business Week, a unique high-impact summer program for high school students. You will develop and maintain relationships with stakeholders, including teachers, school administrators, students, and business and community volunteers. Read the full job description here.
When Tonya Mazurek, Vice President, Business Banking Officer at BBVA Compass, was asked to volunteer for BBVA’s semiannual JA in a Day, she eagerly stepped up. “I loved the idea that I could possibly make a difference in just one … Continue reading
The impact Junior Achievement makes on a student today has been proven to have benefits for a lifetime. A survey of JA alumni found that: 94% report that JA makes them confident about working effectively in a team environment 90% … Continue reading
Junior Achievement has appreciated a decade-long partnership with Comcast, and was thrilled when Matt McConnell, Senior Vice President and GM of Comcast Wholesale, joined the JA Board of Directors in early 2014. Under Matt McConnell’s leadership, the mass media and … Continue reading