PROGRAMMES

PRIMARY SCHOOL
 

Programme shows Primary 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.

  • JA MORE THAN MONEY PROGRAMME

JA More than Money  will meet the after-school programming needs of a diverse group of students by providing engaging, academically enriching, and experiential-learning sessions in economic education.

Concepts–Advertising, Banking, Business planning, Consumer, Deposit, Earn, Employee, Estimate, Expense, Goods, Income, Market research, Money management, Profit, Role model, Save, Self-employed, Service, Share, Spend, Withdrawal, Work ethic.

Skills–Active listening, Analysis, Applying information, Brainstorming, Chart data, Compare and contrast, Computation, Critical thinking, Deductive reasoning, Decision-making, Drawing, Evaluating data, Follow written and verbal instructions, Group work, Mind-mapping, Problem-solving, Recording deposits and withdrawals, Role-playing, Self-assessment, Taking turns, Teamwork, Vocabulary building. CLICK FOR MORE INFO.

HIGH SCHOOL
 

Programme is developed with an 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.

  • JA COMPANY PROGRAMME

The JA Company Program is an exciting hands-on program that allows students the opportunity to experience the risks and rewards of entrepreneurship by starting and operating an after-school business. Students are the main decision makers as they collaborate with professional volunteer consultants to solve real business challenges and develop leadership skills. From raising money to start their venture, through production and sales to liquidating their company, students participate in the full life cycle of a business.

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  • JA ECONOMICS FOR SUCCESS PROGRAMME

JA Economics for Success provides practical information about personal finance and the importance of identifying education and career goals based on a student’s skills, interests, and values. It also demonstrates the economic benefits of staying in school. Six required, volunteer-led activities.

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