Inspire and prepare young people to succeed

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

How you can get started

Junior Achievement of Sacramento provides several ways that you can get involved whether you’re someone looking to volunteer, part of a district or school looking for educational materials, or part of an business looking to help us expand the reach of our mission.

Volunteers

In-person or Virtual you can Volunteer with Junior Achievement and make a profound difference in the youth of our community.

Volunteers, begin here

Schools and Parents

Junior Achievement provides activities, guides, thought leadership and lots of additional resources to support learning.

Schools and Parents, begin here

Partners

Junior Achievement partners with corporations and individuals to fund the programs that are delivered to our local students.

Partners, begin here

JA of Sacramento Spotlight

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?"

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View the details for 2021 PLAYFOREJA Topgolf Fundraiser

2021 PLAYFOREJA Topgolf Fundraiser

  Where: Topgolf Roseville
 When: Tuesday, October 19, 2021 5:30 PM

Are you ready to PLAYFOREJA? There is something for EVERYONE!

Below are the sessions available to participants:

Session 1 - Tuesday, October 19, 2021
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Session 2 - Thursday, October 21, 2021
10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Session 3 - Thursday, October 21, 2021
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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View the details for JA Inspire Virtual

JA Inspire Virtual

Grades: 6-8

JA Inspire Virtual is more than a career fair, it brings together the business community and local schools and is designed to help launch middle school students into their futures: high school, college, and careers beyond. Within the virtual experience, students attend webinars and presentations, explore career booths, and interact with career speakers. (Grades 6-8)

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Read the Why Work Needs Meaning

Why Work Needs Meaning

Much has been made in recent months about “The Great Resignation,” the tendency of young workers, primarily Millennials and Generation Z, to quit their jobs to pursue higher-paying, higher growth opportunities.

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Students Reached Locally
2018-2019
474
Classes Locally
2018-2019
528
Volunteers Locally
2018-2019
63
Schools Reached Locally
2018-2019

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