With the help of trained volunteer role models from the community, JA shows youth how money, careers, and business ownership work.
Mardi Gras Bowl 2018
Junior Achievement of Northwest Florida announced its annual Mardi Gras Bowl fundraiser will be held February 16-17, 2018 at Cordova Lanes Bowling Center. Read More »
Cyndi Warren and Dr. Ken Ford Lauded as JA Laureates
Junior Achievement of Northwest Florida announces Cyndi Warren of Warren Averett, LLC and Dr. Ken Ford of the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC) as its 2017 Hall of Fame Laureates. Read More »
Jr. Achievement of Northwest Florida proudly presents Pull for Kids to be held June 17, 2017 at the Santa Rosa Shooting Center.
Jr. Achievement of Northwest Florida announced today it's Pull for Kids Sporting Clay Invitational. Pull for kids is set for June 17 at the Santa Rosa Shooting Center in Pace. It is one of Jr. Achievement's largest annual fundraisers. Registration is open and sponsorships are available. Register your four-person team for $500. Proceeds from the event fund Jr. Achievement's programming on personal finance for young people in the local school districts in grades kindergarten through 12th grade. Call 850-477-1420 for more information or visit www.janwfl.org. Read More »
JA Recieves $5,000 from Escambia County Sheriff’s Office
The Escambia County Sheriff's Office granted $5,000 to Junior Achievement of Northwest Florida. The JA provides essential personal finance education to students in K-12th grade classes in Escambia County. The program has proven effective in professional development as well as a crime prevention mechanism, as the more education a person has the less likely they will be to engage in questionable or illegal activity. The two offices are excited about partnering in education for the 2017-2018 school year. Read More »
JA needs volunteers from the business community to teach in classrooms k-12 in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties
Junior Achievement of Northwest Florida is seeking volunteers for the spring semester of the 2016-2017 school year. Volunteers from the business community are needed to teach in classrooms k-12 in the Escambia and Santa Rosa County school districts to mentor young people regarding finance and business ownership. Read More »
For nearly 50 years, JA of Northwest Florida has worked to create a better-prepared, success-oriented workforce. We serve close to 5,000 students a year in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, and Bay Counties.
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