- 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
What does it take to be an entrepreneur? Do you know how to manage a budget? Is having a job just about making money? It’s important to learn the skills for success now. JA of Georgia recruits volunteers, from accountants to lawyers to engineers, to come into your classroom and teach you the skills you need to be better prepared for life beyond school walls. They arm you with the information you need to make important career and financial decisions. If you would like to have a JA volunteer come to your class, talk to your teacher about JA and direct her or him to this website. Whether you are a kindergarten student, or in your last year of high school, JA has programs to help you realize your full potential.
Are you a high school student looking to really get ahead of your peers and gain great experience for college and beyond? Then you might be a good candidate for JA Fellows, an after school program that gives you the opportunity to start and manage your own business, make connections with business leaders and motivated peers, and compete for scholarships. Detailed information about this program can be found at www.jafellows.com. The JA Fellows program is available to students in the Atlanta, West Central, and Savannah areas.