Inspire and prepare young people to succeed

Junior Achievement Helps Prepare Today's Students for a Bright Future

JA of Pueblo's volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students in our community to dream big and reach their potential.

Why Junior Achievement?

JA helps students realize that the education they are getting today will help them to have a bright future tomorrow. JA's unique, volunteer delivered programs, show them all of the possibilities that lay before them. They realize they can choose different paths; College? A specific trade? Start their own business? Through your participation as an organization or as an individual, these statistics below can begin to change in your community:

> 20% of U.S. students will not complete high school on time and earn a diploma.

> 49% of U.S. employers recognize that talent shortages impact their ability to serve clients and customers.

> 36% of Americans say that they have at some point in their lives felt their financial situation was out of control.

> 91% of millennials wish they had greater access to entrepreneurial education programs.
Volunteer presenting to students

Which Way to JA

Corporate Donor

Your corporation can support the growing need for youth development in Pueblo by helping today's students with the critical skills and the character necessary to succeed in your 21st Century workplace.

— OR —

Individual Donor

Not affiliated with a corporation partnered with JA? You can make a donation directly to JA of Pueblo!

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Corporate Volunteer

By volunteering for JA through your organization, you can be in the classroom during work hours and you can share your experience and inspire young people to pursue their dreams.

— OR —

Individual Volunteer

Not affiliated with a corporation partnered with JA? You can volunteer in your community directly with JA of Pueblo!

Learn More

Educator

Quality volunteers from the community come into your classroom to deliver proven, hands-on programming that inspires students to understand the opportunities provided by education.

— OR —

Learn more about JA Programs

Not an Educator? Find out how you can get JA programs into your Pueblo school!

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4777567
Students Reached Nationally
2016-2017
208373
Classes Nationally
2016-2017
247350
Volunteers Nationally
2016-2017
21503
Schools Reached Nationally
2016-2017

JA of Black Forest Spotlight

A young adult standing on a running track

Junior Achievement: 100 Years | 100% Ready

Junior Achievement has provided volunteer-delivered mentorship in financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work-readiness to over 112 million students since we were founded in 1919. Click below to learn more about the obstacles that today's youth face when entering the workforce.

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An alumni volunteer with 2 students

Calling all JA Alumni!

Did JA make a difference in your life? Is there a story you want to share about how a JA mentor helped positively influence your life or career? Do you want to re-connect with JA and others who had "the JA experience?"

Learn More
Two students walking through a simulation

JA Finance Park and JA Biztown

  Where: In a JA Facility that is a simulated city
 Time Investment: Typically 6 hours

You'll be in an actual simulated city! You'll help guide students through their assigned family scenario where they will visit many different businesses. They must purchase items to meet the needs of their family, such as insurance, clothing, transportation, housing, groceries, and childcare—without spending more than they earn.

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Select a button below to see how you or your organization can get involved with Junior Achievement of Pueblo.

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Why Junior Achievement?

JA helps students realize that the education they are getting today will help them to have a bright future tomorrow. JA's unique, volunteer delivered programs, show them all of the possibilities that lay before them. They realize they can choose different paths; College? A specific trade? Start their own business? Through your participation as an organization or as an individual, these statistics below can begin to change in your community:

> 20% of U.S. students will not complete high school on time and earn a diploma.

> 49% of U.S. employers recognize that talent shortages impact their ability to serve clients and customers.

> 36% of Americans say that they have at some point in their lives felt their financial situation was out of control.

> 91% of millennials wish they had greater access to entrepreneurial education programs.
Volunteer presenting to students

Which Way to JA

Corporate Donor

Your corporation can support the growing need for youth development in Pueblo by helping today's students with the critical skills and the character necessary to succeed in your 21st Century workplace.

— OR —

Individual Donor

Not affiliated with a corporation partnered with JA? You can make a donation directly to JA of Pueblo!

Learn More

Corporate Volunteer

By volunteering for JA through your organization, you can be in the classroom during work hours and you can share your experience and inspire young people to pursue their dreams.

— OR —

Individual Volunteer

Not affiliated with a corporation partnered with JA? You can volunteer in your community directly with JA of Pueblo!

Learn More

Educator

Quality volunteers from the community come into your classroom to deliver proven, hands-on programming that inspires students to understand the opportunities provided by education.

— OR —

Learn more about JA Programs

Not an Educator? Find out how you can get JA programs into your Pueblo school!

Learn More
4777567
Students Reached Nationally
2016-2017
208373
Classes Nationally
2016-2017
247350
Volunteers Nationally
2016-2017
21503
Schools Reached Nationally
2016-2017

JA of Black Forest Spotlight

A young adult standing on a running track

Junior Achievement: 100 Years | 100% Ready

Junior Achievement has provided volunteer-delivered mentorship in financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work-readiness to over 112 million students since we were founded in 1919. Click below to learn more about the obstacles that today's youth face when entering the workforce.

Learn More
An alumni volunteer with 2 students

Calling all JA Alumni!

Did JA make a difference in your life? Is there a story you want to share about how a JA mentor helped positively influence your life or career? Do you want to re-connect with JA and others who had "the JA experience?"

Learn More
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Two students walking through a simulation

JA Finance Park and JA Biztown

  Where: In a JA Facility that is a simulated city
 Time Investment: Typically 6 hours

You'll be in an actual simulated city! You'll help guide students through their assigned family scenario where they will visit many different businesses. They must purchase items to meet the needs of their family, such as insurance, clothing, transportation, housing, groceries, and childcare—without spending more than they earn.

Learn More

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