Junior Achievement teaches you how to prepare for a world in entrepreneurship. So what exactly makes an entrepreneur successful? Check out these 5 lessons from VCs and entrepreneurs!
Junior Achievement is all about saving money, which is why we love this article on financial apps to make saving easier!
Happy President’s Day! Did you know that Teddy Roosevelt was blind in his left eye due to an injury in a boxing match? Check out other fun facts about this holiday here: http://bit.ly/1K78bEP
Junior Achievement helps students with their future careers. Are you sending out your resume? You might want to double check that it doesn’t have any of these 6 words that may get it tossed in the trash!
Money seems to be on everyone’s mind, but is it on your kid’s mind? Junior Achievement loves teaching the young generation about it, so be sure to check out this article on introducing your kids to the value of money!
Is managing your debt becoming a task that feels out of control? Don’t worry! Check out these ideas on how to feel in control of your student loan debt.
Junior Achievement wouldn’t be where we are today without our volunteers! A lot of other projects rely on volunteers to be sustainable as well, so it is key to understand these 4 lessons for volunteer retention!
A rising number of college students are opting to launch their own startups. Are you one of them? Here are a few startup ideas for college students looking to make a few extra bucks!
Job hunting isn’t easy, especially if you’re a student. How do you get a job when you don’t have experience? This article will teach you how to move any job search forward (even if you’re feeling hopeless).
Happy Valentine’s Day! This day isn’t just for couples, so here’s a list of 30 creative gift ideas for anyone you love that will also save you money in your pocket: http://bit.ly/2CKKS5L
It’s Mardi Gras! How well do you actually know this holiday? Here are the top 10 things you need to know!
This woman was $24,000 in debt. She eliminated it all in just 15 months and changed her life for the better! Check out how she did it.
Are you volunteering your time outside of the workplace? You probably should, especially if you want to improve your life and your career! Here are 7 great benefits of volunteering.
How is your student being taught the crucial skills needed to succeed in the real world? We have good news. Bringing Junior Achievement to your classroom will give your student a brighter future!
The job seeker is faced with an obstacle: How do you communicate your soft skills without filling your resume with words that employers won’t be searching for? This article has the answers!
Junior Achievement is extremely grateful for all of our volunteers. You can never go wrong with taking the time to recognize them! Check out these ways to show appreciation during and after the time your volunteers serve.