Get Involved :: Parents
Is Junior Achievement offered at your child's school?
Research says that the greatest predictor of student achievement is not economic or social status, but rather the extent to which parents become involved in their children's education.
Kids believe they can be whatever they want when they grow up. And they're right. But getting there isn't always easy.
No matter what your profession, your life experience and determination to succeed means you can serve as a role model - not just to your child - but to their peers too.
Here is how you can get involved:
As a JA classroom volunteer, you can give your child and their classmates the opportunity to discover how their talent and abilities can create a better life for themselves. Sign up now.
Get Junior Achievement in Your Community
By contacting the local JA office nearest you, you can find out what classrooms in your town offer JA programs. If there aren't any, the local office will work with you to make it happen!
After all, preparing children for the economic reality of tomorrow is a responsibility everyone in the community shares.
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- Educators and Volunteers On JA.
- Learn about scholarships for your child.
- See how JA programs correlate to your state standards.
- What is JA?
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