As someone who experienced what Junior Achievement has to offer from a student's point of view, you understand its value better than anyone. Many JA Alumni continue to help bring Junior Achievement of Northern New England(JANNE) programs and experiences to more students in a number of ways.
When asked if being a JA student positively affected their future, 92 percent of JA alumni responded with a resounding, “Yes!” Across the board, JA graduates reported more confidence in succeeding with workforce readiness objectives, such as personal money management, “acing” a job interview and demonstrating a competitive edge on the job. Being a JA student has a positive and lasting impact on young people’s economic and entrepreneurship skills, career choices and success.
Read the impact report
Get your company or professional organization involved
Our corporate partners are very valuable to us. If you work in a corporate setting, you have the opportunity to get your company involved with JANNE. If you belong to a professional organization or college, you may also get involved in volunteering.
Do you have a great story to tell about your JA experiences? We invite you to share it with us. Share your story!