- JA Fellows Compete in Natl. Competition
- Accenture Supports Work Readiness
- STEM Day 2013
- Kaiser Permanente Supports Title 1 Schools
- Inspiring Atlanta's Youth
- Boys & Girls Club and JA Celebrate 7 Years
- All Students Served in Lamar County
- Travelers Foundation Donates Time and Dollars
- Successful Savannah Business Hall of Fame
- 100 Black Men of Savannah Partnership
- Geico and Burdell Hunt Celebrates 10 Years
There are a number of ways to get involved with Junior Achievement of Georgia: You can volunteer in a classroom or an after-school program, make a donation, or support any of our events. With operations in five cities throughout the state there are plenty of opportunities for you to help.
To learn of opportunities for involvement in your area, contact the local JA office nearest you.
Volunteers embody the heart of Junior Achievement; sharing your knowledge and experiences while delivering JA’s curriculum is an invaluable step to helping students realize their boundless potential.
Contribute to Junior Achievement of Georgia and help us provide more of our local students with programs that equip the next generation of leaders with the knowledge and skills to own their future economic success.