Digital Resources

Junior Achievement is here to support students, parents and teachers during this period of uncertainty. Learning can continue and JA is providing access to learning experiences that students can do on their own, with a parent or other caring adult, or with teachers via a digital/virtual environment. Resources are organized by school level and can be used whether or not you’ve engaged in a JA program in the past. We will be continuing to add to the content in the coming days so check back often.

Tomorrows are More Important Than Ever.

Today is uncertain. Tomorrow represents hopes and dreams.​

In a world that is rapidly changing, Junior Achievement remains committed to students, educators and you, our volunteer. JA programs rely on volunteers from our community to interact with and impact students’ lives. This year, we have created opportunities for virtual engagement of volunteers and developed digital options for learning.

JA Connect™ Learning Pathways
A Work and Career Readiness Online Supplement

JA Connect Learning Pathways is Junior Achievement’s first self-guided student experience, featuring a flexible, modular repository of activities related to work and career readiness. The online activities give students an opportunity to acquire knowledge and to apply and practice new skills and behaviors inside or outside of the classroom.

Contact our team to learn more!

Christy Kunz
Vice President – Education
christy.kunz@ja.org

Stacy Voelliger
Senior Education Manager
stacy.voelliger@ja.org

Nora Shook
Education Manager
nora.shook@ja.org

Melissa Rebro
JA World Program Director
melissa.rebro@ja.org

Christy Kunz
Vice President – Education
christy.kunz@ja.org

Stacy Voelliger
Senior Education Manager
stacy.voelliger@ja.org

Nora Shook
Education Manager
nora.shook@ja.org

Melissa Rebro
JA World Program Director
melissa.rebro@ja.org