For Parent-Teacher Organizations, dedicated to providing new educational opportunities, Junior Achievement programs provide many benefits, to the students, the school and the organization itself. JA is a perfect way for parents to work side by side with teachers and offer students a powerful curriculum that gives helps them focus on the world of work, financial literacy and entrepreneurism.
Ways to get involved:
JA in a Day: Many PTOs will arrange for a “JA in a Day” experience at their children’s school. Learn More.
Traditional Classes: Some parents choose to provide a JA program to their children’s school once a week for five to seven weeks (depending on the JA program). Learn More.
Bowl-a-thon: An easy way for a PTO to raise money to support JA (and enjoy a fun night together) is through a JA Bowl-a- thon. Learn More.