Junior Achievement can help you earn service hours by educating youth on business, economics and succeeding in a global economy.

Volunteering with Junior Achievement is simple, fun and flexible because:

  • Each classroom set completed with JA counts for 10 hours toward the 40-hour requirement for BUS200.
  • You can choose from a multitude of hours, locations and classrooms.
  • In addition to teaching in classrooms, JA offers special events and other tasks as a way for volunteers to earn hours.

To learn more attend a preparation session:

  • Noon Tuesday, Sept. 29, in Room 106, McNeely Hall
  • 4:45p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30, in Room 106, McNeely Hall
  • Noon Thursday, Oct. 1, in Room 106, McNeely Hall

Questions? E-mail Paul Conney.