JA Blog

“Better Managing Money” among Teens’ Top New Year’s Resolutions According to New JA Survey

JA partnering with 6 Degrees Networking to help teens accomplish this goal at Mission Fed JA Finance Park

January is when many of us make New Year’s resolutions and according to a new JA USA study, millennials want to learn how to better manage their money in 2017. The survey of 13-to-17-year-olds revealed 1 in 5 teens (20%) want to make saving money/learning better money management skills their top New Year's resolution. Read More

JANUARY 18, 2017

LPL Financial and JA Prepare High School Seniors for Career Success

LPL Financial and Junior Achievement partnered to bring the “JA Career Success” curriculum to 75 Hoover High School students for a one-day symposium hosted at National University. The program allowed seniors to work closely and interact with LPL business professionals to explore fundamental elements of career success. Students learned valuable skills to find their perfect job, including writing resumes, cover letters and interviewing techniques. Read More

DECEMBER 14, 2016

Seeking New Volunteers with New Referral Incentive Program!

Now more than ever your continued support as a JA volunteer is needed.

With the new school year, JA's goal is to impact over 75,000 students throughout San Diego County, a 20% increase over last year. So now more than ever your continued support as a JA volunteer is needed. Read More

NOVEMBER 21, 2016

Junior Achievement and San Diego Unified School District Announce New Historic Partnership to Impact 7,000 Students this Year

Collaboration brings every 10th grader to Mission Fed JA Finance Park to teach them how to plan for career and financial success after high school

Junior Achievement and San Diego Unified School District announce new historic partnership to impact 7,000 students this year. Collaboration brings every 10th grader to Mission Fed JA Finance Park to teach them how to plan for career and financial success after high school. Read More

OCTOBER 19, 2016

New JA Study Shows Parents Face Challenges Paying for Back to School School Supplies

This week marks the end of summer for thousands of San Diego students as they head back to school. The beginning of a new school year is always a very exciting time however, a new study shows that it can also be a very expensive time, especially for parents. According to a recent JA USA survey, one-in-five (20%) of teens said their parents or guardians face financial problems when paying for school supplies. Read More

SEPTEMBER 1, 2016