Junior Achievement of Greater Miami provides several ways that you can get involved whether you’re someone looking to volunteer, part of a district or school looking for educational materials, or part of an organization looking to help us move our mission.
In-person or Virtual you can Volunteer with Junior Achievement and make a profound difference in the youth of our community.Volunteers, begin here
Junior Achievement provides activities, guides, thought leadership and lots of additional resources to support learning.Schools and Parents, begin here
This spring, many schools are closing and switching to online programming in response to COVID-19. Junior Achievement is dedicated to helping our kids plan for the future and focus on their dreams by providing teachers and parents with free online resources.
If you are a JA volunteer and would like to help us with this effort, now's your chance to become a virtual JA volunteer! If you record and share a video with us, we will be able to share with students through our online and blended-learning programs!
FOR TEACHERS: This is the teacher resource guide to JA Inspire. Educators, please take some time to carefully review all information in this section and download the Teacher and Student Guides.Learn More
This experience uses the same JA programs as the traditional method, but it's condensed into a single day for a high-impact experience! Perfect for the volunteer who can take just a day away from work.Learn More
Over 100 million students have been in JA since 1919, in programs such as JA Company, Applied Economics, Project Business, Titan, JA Finance Park, and JA Our Community!
Were you one of them? If so you are in good company! Successful leaders like Mark Cuban, SharkTank, Chip Hardt, dscout, JuJu Chang, ABC Evening News, David Nelms, Discover, Jens Welin, Starcom learned about business in JA programs.
Or were you a JA volunteer, teacher, or board member? Did JA make a difference in your life?