If you have questions, please email JA staff!
Role of a JA Volunteer
Qualified volunteers, in partnership with educators, enter the classroom to teach Junior Achievement programs. In the process of delivering these programs, they help to shape the future career paths of students. JA volunteers act as positive role models and mentors by sharing personal knowledge and experience. They strive to enhance the personal growth of students through experiential learning and they demonstrate values such as:
Being part of Junior Achievement is a fulfilling volunteer experience and a unique way to achieve personal career objectives. Junior Achievement volunteers:
- - Gain a significant sense of satisfaction and accomplishment from mentoring students and contributing to their skills development
- - Develop and improve useful life and business skills that are transferable to both professional and social environments, including leadership, facilitation and problem solving
- - Discover opportunities to network within the business, education, and JA communities
Volunteering for Special Events and Other Activities
To volunteer for our special events like our Golf Tournament, other fundraisers or Bingo please contact us.