JA in a Day

Junior Achievement is coming back to Peter Kirk!

On June 19th (12th for 2nd and 5th grades), your students will be taught lessons on financial literacy, entrepreneurship and workplace readiness.  These lessons are provided by Junior Achievement and delivered by volunteers.

Would you like to partner with another parent to deliver these real-life lessons to your child’s classroom?  No teaching or prior experience necessary!  Just bring your enthusiasm and follow the pre-set lessons!  If interested, please sign up with wendy@alston-family.com.

 

FAQ

supplied by Junior Achievement

What is JA in a Day?
JA in a Day is a high impact way to deliver JA’s lessons for a particular grade level all on the same day. Some schools choose to have every grade receive JA programming on the same day. “JA in a Day” is a unique opportunity as it offers volunteers a great opportunity to get involved with Junior Achievement without juggling schedule conflicts or long-term commitments.

What Do Volunteers Do?
The volunteers participate in a training session (on-site at your location or at our office) prior to the event where they will obtain their classroom materials and teacher assignments. On the day of the event, volunteers conduct the lessons in the assigned classrooms.

What Is the Role of the Teacher?
During the event, teachers are present in the classroom at all times to partner with the volunteers, help maintain discipline and answer any of the volunteer’s questions.

What Is JA Staff’s Role?
JA staff plans and coordinates the day and is at the school to help if needed.

What Is My Time Commitment?
Usually 4.5 hours. Volunteers arrive at the school around 8:30-9:00 a.m. and begin lessons. Typically, volunteers are done between 1 and 2 p.m.

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