Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, INC.
Empower the Future – Mentor Tomorrow’s Generation!
Looking for a great way to give back to local youth? Help teach our students important lifelong skills about money, careers, and business ownership. JA offers a variety of ways to volunteer for our elementary and secondary programs. Our staff will coordinate all the details to make your volunteer experience fulfilling and convenient. All curriculum, materials and training are provided by JA.
Join us for these upcoming JA in a Day’s in Kent County!
Thursday, January 24, 2019 – Rock Hall Elementary School
Friday, January 25, 2019 – Garnett Elementary School
WHAT IS JA IN A DAY?
JA in a Day sets the stage for a lifetime of learning about financial and career success. This program offers a turnkey solution for financial education, college preparation, and
work-readiness skills. JA in a Day also provides volunteers the perfect opportunity to bring the JA elementary school curriculum to an entire school in one day. Volunteers deliver the provided, interactive curriculum to each of the participating classrooms.
WHAT IS MY ROLE AS A VOLUNTEER?
Volunteers arrive at school early in the day, and one or two volunteers will be join students in a classroom to deliver the easy-to-follow curriculum, which is activity-based
and grade-specific. You are invited to bring real-world experience and perspective to the conversation. While volunteers have autonomy to lead the JA lessons, the teacher is always present to assist. To ensure that you are prepared for the day, JA provides training prior to the event.
WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITMENT TO VOLUNTEER?
This is a one-day commitment from roughly 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Junior Achievement of Central Maryland is part of the world’s largest organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. Through a dedicated volunteer network, JA provides hands-on programs that show more than 47,000 K-12 students each year the realities of how careers, money and business ownership work. JA experiences are proven to give students the edge in college completion, career readiness, earning potential, and business start-up. For more information, visit www.jamaryland.org.
Interested in volunteering at an upcoming JA in a Day? Contact Geoff Stack at GStack@jamaryland.org or 410-753-3286.
All young people need role models who can provide insight into these important questions. That role model could be YOU. Our volunteers enable us to turn our mission into reality. There are a variety of ways to volunteer for our elementary and secondary programs. Our staff will coordinate all the details to make your volunteer experience fulfilling and convenient. All curriculum, materials and training are provided by JA. Most programs occur during the school day, but some take place in after-school settings. We hope that you will consider these opportunities to mentor our students by sharing your real world knowledge and skills. For more details on the opportunities available, follow the link: http://jamaryland.org/volunteer
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Owings Mills, Maryland 21117