To inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Junior Achievement's programs help to develop critical thinking skills and knowledge used in math, science, language arts and social studies.
JA provides K-12 students with interactive programs that are designed to teach Elementary students about their roles as individuals, workers, and consumers and Middle and High School students key economic, ethical, and work readiness skills to prepare them to succeed in a global economy. We do this by developing... The desire in young people to stay in school and value lifelong learning. Positive attitudes toward work and contributing to a diverse society. Business/education partnerships that create a bridge between the classroom and the workplace. Our delivery system is differentiated by... Sequential and integrated K-12 programs. Volunteer role models from diverse backgrounds who facilitate JA classroom programs. Experience-based learning. A team of community volunteers, Board of Directors and staff committed to a unified vision. JA's proven programs are presented in our community by business professionals, parents, military personnel, and retirees. These volunteers use their personal experiences to enhance the Junior Achievement curricula relating what students learn in school to the real world. These positive adults model self-confidence and share their belief in the boundless potential of all children and their respect for the talents, creativity, perspectives, and backgrounds of all individuals.
Volunteer for Junior Achievement! JA will provide you with a kit of materials for each program. You will supplement the provided materials with your own knowledge and experiences. However, if you want to take in additional materials that you feel are relevant, feel free! The JA kit comes in the form of a nifty little briefcase filled with everything you need to implement the program. There is a guidebook included for both the teacher and volunteer which includes step-by-step directions of leading the activities. We also provide student workbooks, worksheets, table tents, and certificates of accomplishment. Plus all of the goodies that make up the "fun" stuff: stickers, flash cards, game peices, pens, bookmarks, posters, and so much more! Check out our "Wall" for up coming JA sessions or Call or email the Junior Achievement of North Louisiana office today to discuss volunteer opportunities. 318-861-5998; [email protected]
Mission: Junior Achievement: empowering young people to own their economic success.
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Sooner or later, every entrepreneur will face a moment of crisis. Challenges are inevitable--but you can prepare well for them and respond well to them. Here are 4 ways how!
forbes.com If you run a business of your own, it's never a matter if a crisis will arrive, but when. As such, though adaptability is key, the most successful entrepreneurs always have some semblance of a plan in place for responding to a crisis. Needless to say, you'd be wise to do the same.
Does remote work change what qualities we value in our leaders? According to a new study, while charisma might help you in the office, remote workgroups value helpfulness and reliability over charm. Read more here!
inc.com Charisma matters less than reliability and helpfulness when you're leading remotely, new research finds.
Have you considered including charitable giving in your financial plan? Many people are interested in strategic philanthropy. If you're thinking about it, check out this article all about personal finance for young people.
forbes.com Do you want to incorporate charitable giving into your financial plan? Would you like to learn more about how to become engaged in strategic philanthropy—either as an active part of an existing family legacy, or by finding your own path and creating a new tradition of giving?
Managing your finances amid the coronavirus pandemic may look different than we're used to. But from developing a financial framework to maintaining a long-term perspective, here are 5 priorities to consider, given by a financial planner.
forbes.com We have witnessed unprecedented events this year: market volatility where we saw the fastest shift from a bull to bear market in history, unemployment rates not seen in decades, and economic challenges reminiscent of the 2008 global financial crisis.
Soft skills are essential in the 21st century workplace. Take a look at JA's recent blog post on how to develop them, as well as 6 soft skill questions you might face in a job interview!
jausa.ja.org City & Guilds CEO, Chris Jones, once said, “Unfortunately, some people believe that soft skills aren’t that important. However, almost every employer I’ve ever talked to about this disagrees. In a world where job roles are changing rapidly, soft skills will be one of the few constants…” Wh...
Considering starting up your own business? In this season, here are 5 things to help you steer your startup through turbulence.
forbes.com Determine what is within your control, then focus on moving as fast as possible on those endeavors.
Nina Webster is another champion for JA! She balances her work, family, and non-profit while making time to volunteer for JA! She recorded a JA Be Entrepreneurial lesson to be used by high school students beginning September 21st. If you are interested in virtual volunteerism contact Melanie Johnson at [email protected]
Today, we remember the ones we have lost. We will never forget the brave heroes who gave their lives for our freedom 19 years ago on this day, September 11th.
Calculating a monthly budget and working towards goals is an important part of teens' personal financial futures. Check out JA's worksheet, Teen Budgeting Income and Spending!
JA thanks Stephen Vekovius for teaching a recorded JA Be Entrepreneurial lesson. Stephen is the owner of PC-Net Solutions and is a dedicated volunteer teaching classes to many area high school and middle school students. He was previously a JA Volunteer of the Year and today is our JA Rock Star Volunteer!
Shoutout to our JA hero, volunteer Chase Crump! Chase is helping with virtual volunteerism by recording JA Be Entrepreneurial lessons. JA Be Entrepreneurial will begin in two weeks at Booker T. Washington, Bossier Parish School for Technology and Innovative Learning, Captain Shreve, C.E. Byrd, Caddo Career & Technology Center, North Caddo, and Caddo Magnet High School.
To learn more about how you can participate in JA programs virtually contact Melanie Johnson at [email protected]
Leadership styles can vary from task-oriented to people-centric. Which one are you? And more importantly, which one should you operate from? Take a look at this article for more.
inc.com More important, what should it be?
As jobs have shifted to remote work during COVID-19, many young employees are experiencing "flex work" for the first time. Check out this article on the importance of remote working to younger generations!
forbes.com As more jobs shifted to remote work during the Covid-19 crisis, many Millennial and Gen Z employees experienced “flex work” for the first time in their careers.
Happy Labor Day! This holiday pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers--read more about Labor Day here!
history.com Labor Day 2020 will occur on Monday, September 7. Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally
Going into the school year with online learning? Taking an online class to boost your skills? Here are 5 tips to make the most out of online learning and studying.
inc.com Thinking of boosting your skills with an online class? Here's how to achieve maximum impact for your effort.
Planning on going to college during the pandemic? Here are 3 great tips from top personal finance experts on paying for college during these turbulent times.
forbes.com To address some of families' most pressing questions about how to pay for college this year, Forbes Advisor and Savingforcollege.com co-hosted a webinar on Friday, July 31. Here are the top takeaways.
What makes a great mentor? Take a look at this recent article on mentorship in entrepreneurship, and the 5 lessons outlined in it.
forbes.com Mentors are an indispensable part of any strong career. Looking for a great mentor fit as well as always continuing to learn from others will help you rise infinitely higher in the ranks.
No matter how much you make, managing money is an essential skill for the future. Here are 5 simple strategies you can use to help manage your wealth well!
forbes.com If you have no idea where your money goes or why you feel scared, unsure, or frustrated with your finances, check out these strategies for managing your money like a millionaire.
Tariffs are one of the oldest forms of regulated trade policy. To learn about the history of tariffs and more about this trade policy, take a look at JA's blog post: Tariff 101.
jausa.ja.org Tariffs are one of the oldest forms of regulated trade policy, as it places a tax on imported goods between two parties to regulate foreign trade to encourage or safeguard domestic industries through reducing the importation of a specific type of product.
If you're interested in starting a remote small business, here are 4 top strategies to consider. From potential customer experience gaps to remote management needs and more, take a look at this list!
inc.com How to scale a business gone entirely remote.
Leadership skills in an economic downturn are just as important as at any other time. Here are 3 signs that will help you identify a few good leadership skills you can cultivate, even now.
inc.com Staying afloat amid shrinking budgets, layoffs, and shaky cash flows.
Even in an economic downturn, there are still ways you can finance your business. From negotiating to changing sales channels, here's how you can adapt to a post-coronavirus world.
forbes.com Find creative backstops and set your business up for success through and after the downturn.
Now might be a good time for students and recent grads to grow their professional networks. From thinking outside the box to leveraging your connections, here's how!
forbes.com As the first generation of digital natives, new graduates not only have the most intimate understanding of technology; they also have their finger on the pulse of how technology can and will shape culture and economies.
How are business owners and entrepreneurs responding to COVID-19 right now? Check out JA's guide, which looks at the impact of COVID-19 on business and innovation.
Remote work comes with benefits, like productivity. But if you're returning to work in an office anytime soon, here are 4 great habits you can take with you from your time working remotely.
inc.com Back to the office? Here's how to keep your WFH mindset and crush your productivity goals.
COVID-19 has turned many things upside down. And while businesses have had to adapt to a new way of working, here are a few reasons why those changes could be for the better.
forbes.com The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the world into turmoil, claiming lives, crushing livelihoods and wreaking economic havoc. Yet, despite the deep and widespread damage it has caused, the crisis has also brought about changes that will benefit business in the longer term.
According to a recent poll, about 62% of Americans say they have been working from home during this pandemic. And with productivity levels up, here's why remote work might be here to stay!
forbes.com The movement for flexible work just kicked into overdrive, as almost every company just tried working from home in some capacity at the same time.
Considering becoming a tech entrepreneur? Take a look at these 10 financial lessons you can learn from, like income spending, investing, and more.
forbes.com The way out of the recession might require a slightly different approach, but there are common rules that can help businesses cope with uncertainties.
Saving money can be a challenge, especially if you're young and just getting started. But here are 5 things you can do early in your career to jump-start your savings!
forbes.com Are you just out of college and beginning a new career? Do you want to save money to buy a new car or home, or get married and eventually start a family? Or perhaps you just want to have a financial buffer for emergencies or know when and how you can start saving for retirement?
Now more than ever, it is a great time to invest in and grow your leadership skills. Here are 6 reasons to invest in building this one leadership skill: listening.
inc.com In today's climate, it's an essential skill that can drive real business benefits.
One crucial soft skill, whether in an online classroom or in person, is empathy. Here's a quick guide to teaching empathy in education today!
teachthought.com Teaching empathy in the classroom? Start a Random Acts of Kindness project so students can support a classmate, or someone in their community.
Most teens are concerned about their financial future, and the impact COVID-19 may have on that future. Read more from JA in this recent blog post!
jausa.ja.org JA Teens Survey: The Financial Impact of COVID-19
Today is National Finance Awareness Day! Wondering how you can celebrate? Here are 5 ways this day can change your financial life.
go.hfcu.org Five tips to celebrate National Financial Awareness Day on August 14.
Learning about entrepreneurship is a critical part of students' education. Take a look at JA's review of U.S. state standards, guidelines, or proficiencies in entrepreneurship education for grades K-12.
Is a credit card always a good financial decision? No financial product is a one-size-fits-all, so take a look at this article to see if credit cards are for you.
washingtonpost.com When used responsibly, credit cards are a way to build credit history, but they’re not for everyone
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