• Our Partners

    Dreams are worth the investment.

    Who supports JA? Supporters range in size from large, national corporations to local small businesses. But they all share the common goal of assisting JA in providing innovative programs that build America’s global competitiveness by inspiring youth to achieve the American Dream.

    Supporting JA is one business decision you’ll never regret. Whether your company signs on to provide classroom volunteers or to sponsor an event, you’re making a solid investment in the next generation of Colorado workers. Our generous supporters are vital in allowing us to inspire the next generation of business leaders at no cost to students or schools.

    Following are some of Junior Achievement’s key partners. If you have questions or would like to discuss partnership opportunities, contact Kristi Shaffer at 303-628-7365.

    Top Volunteer Providers

    Financial Supporters
    JA Bowl-A-Thon Sponsors
    JA Business Week Sponsors
    JA Finance Park Sponsors
    JA Free Enterprise Society Members
    JA Heritage Society Members
    JA Inspiration Scholarship Sponsors

    Organizational Investors
    $100,000+
    $75,000+
    $50,000+
    $20,000+
    $10,000+
    $5,000+

     

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  • Teacher Appreciation Week is May 4  to 8, 2015.  Junior Achievement would like to thank all of the wonderful teachers who welcome JA volunteers into their classrooms.  We appreciate you!


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    Nicole Staudinger’s first experience with Junior Achievement dates back nearly 15 years. As a new officer for FirstBank, Nicole was introduced to Junior Achievement through the JA Bowl-A-Thon. She started volunteering in the classroom and after her first class of … Continue reading


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