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About Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania

Junior Achievement gives young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices. Our corporate and community volunteers deliver relevant, hands-on experiences that give students from kindergarten through high school knowledge and skills in financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship.

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Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania is located at 4213 Station Road, Logan Carriage House, Erie, PA 16563
4213 Station Road, Logan Carriage House, Erie, PA 16563   ·   Click Here For Directions

Recently Posted Experiences

Junior Achievement First Grade

Industry: Education & Training      Type: Volunteering
JA Our Families (1st ): emphasizes the roles people play in the local economy and the volunteers use a combination of pictures, stickers, and flashcard to engage students in activities about needs and want, jobs, tools and skills, and interdependence... Learn More »

Junior Achievement Second Grade

Industry: Education & Training      Type: Volunteering
JA Our Community (2th): explores the interdependent roles of workers in a community through hands-on activities, the students learn about workers, the work they perform why the workers are paid, what taxes are and how they are used, and where to sa... Learn More »

Grades 6-8 Lessons on Entrepreneurship, Work Readiness and Financial Literacy

Industry: Education & Training      Type: Career Day
Junior Achievement has age appropriate programs with lessons designed to focus on starting a business, financial literacy and work readiness. Each program has six to seven lessons that are presented by a community volunteer. Learn More »

Grades 9-12, Lessons in Work Readiness, Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy

Industry: Education & Training      Type: Career Day
Junior Achievement has age appropriate programs with lessons designed to focus on starting a business, financial literacy and work readiness. Each program has six to seven lessons that are presented by a community volunteer. Learn More »

K-5 Lessons on Work Readiness, Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy

Industry: Education & Training      Type: Career Day
Junior Achievement has age appropriate programs with lessons designed to focus on starting a business, financial literacy and work readiness. Each program has five lessons that are presented by a community volunteer. Learn More »

JA Titan Competition

Date April 5th, 2018      Time 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM
Industry: Business Management & Administration      Type: Career Day
Imagine a business strategy tournament that uses an online business simulation for high school students. Student teams strategize to operate the most successful global business. Students make real economic decisions on price, production, marketing,... Learn More »