From kindergarten to 12th grade and beyond.
Annually, Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain, Inc., (JA) reaches more than 100,000 students. We do this through relevant and innovative curriculum that begins in elementary school and continues on through high school. Students learn how they can impact the world around them as individuals, workers and consumers. In the middle and high school years, the focus shifts to our key content areas of entrepreneurship, financial literacy and work readiness. Download this brochure for more detailed information about the ways JA programs address these critical content areas.
We welcome to you take a closer look at our curriculum. You’ll see how we encourage students to use information, apply basic skills, think critically and solve complex problems.
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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