Ensuring our youth develop their financial knowledge

November 30, 2020

As financial literacy month comes to an end, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank our partners across the country for their contributions to ensuring our youth develop the financial knowledge and skill necessary for lifelong success.  Now more than ever, youth need to know how to manage money, live within a budget, and save for the future.

It’s easier than ever for students to access a JA program, thanks to the new JA Campus (  Simply go to, create your account, enter a class code if you have one, and decide which program is right for you.  The digital programs on the campus are available for you to go through by yourself or with the guidance of a teacher, parent or other adult. 

We couldn’t deliver our programs – whether in classrooms or online – without the support of educators, volunteers and donors. Thank you all for your commitment to ensuring Canadian youth have the financial capability they need today and in the future.


Our mission is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.