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All of JA volunteers serve as role models to help young people better understand economic concepts in order to become successful in the workplace and in life. JA volunteers come from all walks of life. But they all have a common vision: Sharing a message of hope and opportunity with each and every young person they reach.

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Material Costs

Our JA Ambassadors have done their research and come up with the component costs of their product. Inside Scrub-A-Dub-Dub shoe cleaning kits will be…. Penguin gel cleaner (with scrub brush lid) Microfiber cloth Shoelaces Box + stickers with logo They

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Supply Chain

All of the odds and ends are coming together! Supply Chain Team member, J.C. Kane II is committed to finding the most cost effective and highest quality items for Scrub-A-Dub-Dub's shoe cleaning kits. Below, J.C. and Ryan discuss potential shoe

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Brand Creative

Students from the Marketing, Supply Chain, and Finance teams of the  JA Company "Scrub-a-Dub-Dub," came together to work on logo design. After a unanimous vote, the students decided the logo color will be sky blue because it appeals to both boys

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Why Join Junior Achievement?

Strong Social Mission

Junior Achievement’s mission is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.  Junior Achievement volunteer-led experiences reach over 9 million students per year, in 116 U.S. markets in urban, rural, and suburban areas in all 50 states  – and in 123 countries around the globe.

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Junior Achievement (JA) is the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating young people about business, economics and free enterprise.  In Delaware, we are focused on partnering with school districts to provide deeper doses of JA content and more business role models to the students who want to get an upper hand on direct employment, entrepreneurial start-up, and/or continued education upon high school graduation.

A Chance To Inspire

All of JA volunteers serve as role models to help young people better understand economic concepts in order to become successful in the workplace and in life.  JA volunteers come from all walks of life.  But they all have a common vision: Sharing a message of hope and opportunity with each and every young person they reach.

Launch The Next Generation

Our vision is to be the partner of choice for businesses, educators, and policy makers seeking to expand workforce and economic development by educating the next generation.

Volunteer & Teacher Testimonials

  • I would certainly recommend the JA Finance Park to other schools both from the student perspective and the educator perspective. For the students, it's a fun and active way of applying the concepts they learned in class. For the educators, it's a great way of seeing what the students may not have understood fully in the application process.
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    Ms. Linda Jennings - Founder, MOT Charter School

  • The staff at Junior Achievement is the best at it. They might as well run a major corporation because of the level of precision, the level of practicality in marketing and communication, and understanding the needs of the students they serve... they're the best!
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    Mr. Darrell Brown - Volunteer

  • When I bring a JA volunteer in, someone from business and industry, they're able to give the kids a different perspective. I believe the JA program brings a lot of reality for my students.
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    Steve Noone - Teacher

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