OUR PROGRAMMES

The Elementary Programme shows elementary school students the relevance of workplace education through a sequential business and economic curriculum. Its sequential approach helps the students understand their economic world and prepares them for academic learning and lifelong achievement through the use of a variety of hands- on activities.

The JA 4 Juniors Programme for students in grades 7 thru 9, is developed with a primary emphasis on financial literacy and work readiness; providing a strong secondary emphasis on mathematics, reading and writing skills. In this club environment, students learn fundamental business and economic concepts, explore career interests and opportunities, and develop work-readiness skills.

The JA Aspire for students in grades 10 thru 12, is developed with a primary emphasis on financial literacy and work readiness; providing a strong secondary emphasis on mathematics, reading and writing skills. In this club environment, students learn fundamental business and economic concepts, explore career interests and opportunities, and develop work-readiness skills.

The more traditional Company Programme encompasses business, economics, and entrepreneurship curriculum for students in grades 10 through 12. The programme emphasizes business content, while providing a strong focus on mathematics, reading, and writing skills. The JA Company Programme experience enhances students’ classroom curriculum and encourages them to use innovative thinking to learn business skills that support positive attitudes as they explore and enhance their career aspirations. Of course, the creation of an actual business where products or services are sold for profit is like icing on the cake for these Achievers.

OUR SUPPLEMENT PROGRAMS

There are many young Bahamians who are interested in Junior Achievement but due to participation in youth organizations and other commitments are unable to participate. However, JA in A Day is a one-day workshop that affords young Bahamians the opportunity to experience the JA Programme and its positive impact in lifelong economic success.

This will be a one-day workshop tailored to young adults beyond high school age with a focus on personal finance, investment opportunities (real estate, entrepreneurship etc.) and career readiness. JA Bahamas is committed to offering workshops and training opportunities through established community organizations such as Urban Renewal Centers, PACE, Willamae Pratt Center, Simpson Penn School and National Training Agency to maximize our reach of the JA Programme.

Junior Achievement Bahamas
P. O. Box N-1562

Tel: 242-818-9720

info@jabahamas.org

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