JA Programs in line with helping the students be equipped and ready for employment

JA Social Innovation Relay™

Working with global partner HP, Junior Achievement – Young Enterprise has developed the Social Innovation Relay to encourage students aged 15-18 to develop concepts that are socially innovative and could have a signficant positive social impact. The interactive web based learning programme is designed to encourage students to think like Social Innovators whilst developing a host of skills that will help them be innovative, entrepreneurial and socially responsible employees and business people in the future.

JA Insure your Success Program

JA’s curricula teach age-appropriate concepts around spending, sharing and saving money. Students learn about managing risk: taking responsibility for financial decisions, how to make those choices based on prioritizing needs and wants, and then develop a plan for spending and saving. They need to consider real life scenarios and plan for them.

JA Career Success

JA Career Success equips students with the tools and skills required to earn and keep a job in high-growth career industries.

JA Careers with a Purpose™

JA Careers with a Purpose introduces students to the importance of seeking careers that help them realize their life potential and noble purpose. The program demonstrates the importance of positive values, life maxims, and ethical decision-making within the context of career and life decisions. Seven required, volunteer-led sessions.

JA Online Career Assessments

The JA Student Center is an online navigational tool to help you become workforce ready. Search for colleges based on your wants and needs, find financial aid and scholarships, learn how to handle your money, explore careers, get tips on how to start a business of your own, and much more at

JA Success Skills™

JA Success Skills meets the needs of a diverse group of high school students by providing engaging, academically enriching, and experiential learning sessions in work-readiness education and career perspectives. Seven required, volunteer-led sessions.