Elementary

Cashcapades is a competition that envisions the integration of Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship education to different competition segments focused on Grade 4 & Grade 5 students. The students have to give their best shots as they join the five competition segments: Alkansya Challenge, Kiddopreneur/It’s My Business, Poster Making, Essay Writing, and Quiz Bee.

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Cha-Ching is a financial literacy and entrepreneurship program that aims to teach the youths about the four (4) basic money concepts: Earn, Save, Spend and Donate. This program has been integrated in the Values Formation subject of Grade 4 students which gave birth to the Cha-Ching Curriculum and is currently being monitored by our Department of Education partners in their respective division

 

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EduComics is a program by JA PH, in partnership with Johnson & Johnson which aspires to show the wonder of the Science and Technology field to interested students, especially Grade 6 female students through comics. This program intends to encourage more students to ignite their passion in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields in order to help them become the STEM leaders of the future.

 

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HIGHSCHOOL

JA Business Skills Pass Program gives opportunity to students to have quality immersion and training despite challenges during the pandemic. JA Philippines will ease the struggle of the students in finding training which is part of the curriculum requirement. Students will get a chance to have mentoring sessions with industry experts that will guide them through their journey. More so, our program offers benefits for the schools and for its teachers through our Mini-MBA Program and worldwide reach.

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JA Careers with a Purpose! helps high school students understand the importance of work readiness.

The program emphasizes work readiness content while providing a strong focus on social studies, business, consumer economics, reading, writing and mathematics.

During the sessions, students will learn fundamental business and economic concepts, explore career interests and opportunities, and learn important principles of financial literacy. Furthermore, The program has 7 sessions which will start this July 2022

 

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The Company of the Year Competition aims to apply their business and entrepreneurial skills to education, career, and service pursuits, as well as, create a community of student enterprises that will push the youth to excel more in today’s business world. The students will be able to get different specialized awards related to various departments of a company, including: Marketing, Finance, Production, Public Relations and Human Resources. Every year, mini-companies from different schools and institutions gather to pitch their businesses, present their company, and make their best stand out of the hundreds of students joining nationwide.

 

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The eSmart Digital Licence+ is a certification program that focuses on digital literacy and cyber awareness, and was conceptualized in order to minimize the risks encountered by the youth online.

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EY STEM Tribe, a joint collaboration between JA Philippines and Ernst & Young (EY) Philippines, is a youth and women empowerment program that aims to produce a continued increase in women representation in the field of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

The FedEx International Trade Challenge is an annual competition that has served as a promising training ground, where students get a sense of the realities – challenges that entrepreneurs face in a constantly changing business environment.

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Johnson & Johnson WiStem2D is a developmental program of Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest American healthcare company espousing environmental pharmaceutical life solutions with the pursuit of empowering the youth goal towards opportunity resources for women.

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JA Economics for Success provides practical information on personal finance and the importance of identifying education and career goals for Grade 11 Senior High School Students. We inspire young people to succeed in a global economy.

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JA Personal Finance is a development and up-skilling financial literacy program for Grade 11 Senior High School students that aims to teach the youth about key money-related concepts such as earning money, spending money wisely through budgeting, saving and investing, using credit wisely, and protecting one’s personal finances.

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The JA STEM@Work is a pioneering initiative that caters to Senior High School students under the STEM (Science, Technology. Engineering, and Mathematics) strand. With the objectives of promoting, training, and introducing them to the different career opportunities awaiting them in the Medical, Engineering, Architecture, and Information Technology field.

This will give the students the chance to know and undergo various experiences they could venture on after high school through immersion with partners in the previously mentioned fields. Furthermore, the students will also be given the chance to get a feel of the actual work by creating their own technological innovation plans.

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The Online Future Skills Program is created to prepare and provide students – as young as those who are in Senior High School, better understanding about the employment process – the do’s and don’ts.

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Power-Up is a program geared towards coming to the aid of Senior High School students who face different challenges. The program was conceptualized in aiming to create timely activities that match with the current situation of Senior High School students, and will change every year – depending on what issue is pressing.

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JA Travel and Tourism Business Program or TTBiz was established by Junior Achievement Japan and Accenture Japan in 2011. It is a program geared towards developing the global talents of high school students. The host of the program is JA Japan in partnership with JA Korea, JA Singapore, and JA Philippines, hence, students from Japan and partnered countries make teams to propose a new travel plan for Japan.

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College

JA Philippines’ EDGE 2022: Pioneers of Tomorrow aims to guide the students on their adulting journey and prepare them on what steps to take after college. To give them a financial edge outside of their respective industry, JA Philippines conducted informative sessions to educate the pioneers on the importance of investing and allocating their finances which promotes financial literacy, and security. Work readiness is also a focal point of EDGE 2022 as we conducted resume-building workshops, mock job interviews, and soft skills training together with our corporate partners. EDGE 2022 helped our students to be prepared for what lies ahead in this new chapter of their life and be great leaders in the different industries that they will be in as Pioneers of tomorrow.

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Entrepreneurial Skills Pass (ESP) Program allows the students to experience being an entrepreneur and acquire all the skills they need by creating their own mini company. The goal of ESP is to give the students the training they need to prepare them for a career in business.

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CERTIFICATION

The RBP Certification Exam is catered to business students, graduates, and professionals. This exam measures one’s competencies in the field of Financial and Managerial Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Business Management, Business Communication, Marketing Management, and Human Resource Management.

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The RMP Certification Exam is a certification exam for marketing students, graduates, and professionals seeking career progression. This exam measures one’s competencies on Advertising, Brand Management, E-Marketing, Sales and Sales Management, Services Marketing, and Marketing Management.

 

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FAQs

The RMP & RBP Certification Examinations are held bi-annually during the months of May and November. This 2022, the next RMP & RBP Exams will happen on November 19 & 20, 2022, from 1:00PM to 8:00PM.

The program is open to undergraduates or fresh graduates from any course, and to working professionals from any industry. However, the examination coverage is framed under subject areas on marketing and business therefore, having a background knowledge on the said field may be advantageous.

Anyone can take the examination but those coming from member and non-member schools pay a different amount for the examination fee. Those from non-member schools will be paying PHP7,900, while those from member schools and who are student members of JA Philippines will be paying PHP2,900.

  • ABE International Business College — Lipa Fairview
  • Adamson University
  • Adventist University of the Philippines
  • Angelicum College
  • Angeles University Foundation Pampanga
  • Asia Pacific College
  • Asian Institute of Maritime Studies
  • Ateneo de Davao University
  • Ateneo de Manila University
  • Batangas State University — Lipa Campus
  • Bicol State College of Applied Science and Technology
  • Cagayan State University
  • Cavite State University — Imus Campus
  • Centro Escolar University-Makati
  • Centro Escolar University-Manila
  • Chiang Kai Shek College
  • City College of Angeles
  • Colegio de San Juan de Letran
  • Colegio de Sebastian
  • Colegio San Agustin
  • College of Saint Benilde
  • Concordia College
  • De La Salle Araneta University
  • De La Salle University — Dasmarinas
  • De La Salle University — Lipa
  • De La Salle University — Manila
  • Diliman Computer Technology Institute
  • Divine Word Colleges — Laoag Campus
  • Divine Word College of Calapan
  • Dr. Yanga’s Colleges, Inc.
  • Emilio Aguinaldo College
  • Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology
  • Far Eastern University — Cavite
  • Far Eastern University — FERN Diliman
  • Far Eastern University — Manila
  • Holy Angel University
  • Holy Name University
  • La Consolacion College Manila Lorma Colleges
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University Manila
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University Cavite
  • Manila Business College
  • Manila Central University
  • Malayan Colleges of Laguna
  • MAPUA Institute of Technology
  • Manila Business College
  • Marcos Mariano State University
  • Mary the Queen College
  • Miriam College
  • National University
  • New Era University
  • National College of Business and Arts Cubao
  • National Teacher’s College
  • Northwestern University
  • Olivarez College
  • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Cabuyao
  • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
  • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Marikina
  • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa

 

  • PATTS College of Aeronautics
  • Pasig Catholic College
  • Philippine Central University
  • Philippine ChristianUniversity
  • Philippine Cultural College – Caloocan
  • Philippine Women’s University
  • PHINMA Araullo University
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines — Manila
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines — San Pedro
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines — Sta. Rosa
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines — Taguig
  • Rizal Technological University
  • Rogationist College
  • Roosevelt College
  • Saint Joseph College of Quezon City
  • Saint Louis University — Baguio
  • San Beda College Alabang
  • San Beda College Manila
  • Santa Isabel College Sienna College
  • Southern Luzon State University
  • Southville International School & Colleges
  • Teresa College
  • STI College Bacoor
  • St. Bernadette College of Alabang
  • St. Dominic College of Asia
  • St. Joseph’s College of Quezon City
  • St. Louis College of La Union
  • St. Paul University — Manila
  • St. Paul University — Quezon City
  • South Forbes City College
  • Tarlac State University
  • Technological University of the Philippines
  • Technological Institute of the Philippines — Manila
  • Technological Institute of the Philippines — Quezon City
  • Treston International College
  • Trinity University of Asia
  • Universidad de Sta. Isabel
  • University of Asia and the Pacific
  • University of Baguio
  • University of Cordilleras
  • University of the East — Manila
  • University of Makati
  • University of Perpetual Help Biñan Jonelta
  • University of San Jose – Recoletos
  • University of Santo Tomas
  • University of St. La Salle
  • University of the East — Caloocan
  • University of the East — Manila
  • University of Manila
  • University of the Philippines — Diliman
  • University of the Philippines Clark
  • University of the Visayas
  • University of Perpetual Help System DALTA — Molino
  • Wesleyan College of Manila
  • Xavier University — Ateneo de Cagayan

Anyone can take the examination but those coming from member and non-member schools pay a different amount for the examination fee. Those from non-member schools will be paying PHP7,900, while those from member schools and who are student members of JA Philippines will be paying PHP2,900.

  • Advertising and Promotion: An Integrated Marketing CommunicationPerspective (8th Edition or higher) — by Belch and Belch (McGraw HillEducation)
  • E-Marketing (Sth Edition or higher) — by Judy Strauss and Raymond Frost (Pearson Education)
  • Strategic Brand Management (3rd Edition or higher) — by Kevin Lane Keller (Pearson Education)
  • Marketing Management (12th Edition or higher) — by Kotler and Keller (Pearson Education)
  • Services Marketing (7th Edition or higher) — by Christopher Lovelock andJochen Wirtz (Pearson Education)
  • Sales Force Management (7th Edition or Higher) — by Mark W. Johnston and Greg W. Marshall (McGrawhill Education
  • Entrepreneurship: Ideas in Action — by Cynthia Greene (Cengage)
  • Marketing Management Philippine Second Edition — by Dawn lacobucci (Cengage)
  • Human Resources Management: Gaining a Competitive Advantage: EighthEdition — by Noe, Hollenbeck, Gerhart and Wright (McGraw-Hill)
  • Managerial Accounting: Thirteenth Edition — by Garrison, Noreen and Brewer (McGraw-Hill)
  • Business Communication at Work: Third Edition — by Marilyn Satterwhite and Judith Olson-Sutton (McGraw-Hill)
  • You may settle your examination fee by depositing through the JA Philippines RCBC Bank Account:
    • Account Name: Junior Achievement of the Philippines, Inc.
    • Account Number: 3-000-90041-8
  • Proof of payment may be uploaded upon registration OR to follow before the deadline of registration, sent via coordinator12@japionline.org.