JA & Starbucks MLK Week of Good
Help teens by sharing your experience!
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy of service, Junior Achievement is proud to team up with Starbucks and provide you with an easy way to make a difference by sharing your expertise in a short blog that will help students accelerate their journey toward success.
What is the need?
All of us read and use math virtually every day. However, we also deal with money, jobs, and business every single day but these critical life skills are not always being taught in school. Junior Achievements Learning Experiences are designed to help address this disconnect and give students the tools they need to increase their chances of achieving financial and career success.
We need you! JA coordinates with volunteers like you to serve as role models helping to positively impact young people’s lives by sharing your experiences, and knowledge.
Do you have a JA Story? Maybe you were a JA kid and still remember your JA volunteer coming to your classroom and encouraging you to take a chance and shoot for the stars. Or maybe you have volunteered with JA as an adult and realized that the student wasn’t the only one learning something new that day. We’d love to hear your JA Story. Your story may be highlighted to encourage volunteerism in your community.
Step 1: Sign the consent form to allow us to use your response.
Step 2: Choose one question from the list below.
Step 3: Share your advice (250 words or less).
Step 4: Click "Submit Blog" to submit your responses.
Thank you for taking the time to proovide content that may encourage others to engage with JA. We invite you to explore additional virtual and in-person volunteer opportunities offered through your local JA office. Thanks again for helping empower students to own their future success.
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