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Junior Achievement

Boundless Futures through Education

Junior Achievement of Florida Foundation is a nonprofit that inspires and prepares young people for success

How you can get started

Junior Achievement of Florida Foundation provides several ways that you can get involved whether you’re someone looking to volunteer, part of a district or school looking for educational materials, or part of a business looking to help us expand the reach of our mission.


In-person or Virtual you can Volunteer with Junior Achievement and make a profound difference in the youth of our community.

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Schools and Parents

Junior Achievement provides activities, guides, thought leadership and lots of additional resources to support learning.

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Junior Achievement partners with corporations and individuals to fund the programs that are delivered to our local students.

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3DE students from Hillsborough High School

3DE By Junior Achievement

3DE Schools by Junior Achievement re-engineers high school education to be more relevant, experiential, and authentically-connected to the complexities of the real world in order to prepare today’s students for the demands of tomorrow’s economy.

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3DE By Junior Achievement
Read the 2022 Junior Achievement and Fannie Mae Youth Homeownership Survey

2022 Junior Achievement and Fannie Mae Youth Homeownership Survey

Junior Achievement USA and Fannie Mae collaborated on a survey to better understand teens' perspectives on homeownership, specifically the desirability of owning a home one day. The survey also explored teens’ understanding of mortgages and credit scores, as well as the value they place on having financial literacy education programs in high school that cover these and other concepts related to homeownership. The survey of 1,000 U.S. teens between the ages of 13 and 17 was conducted from May 25 through May 31, 2022, by Wakefield Research. The Junior Achievement and Fannie Mae Youth Homeownership Survey Executive Summary contains an overview of those findings.

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Read the Skills for a New Startup Era

Skills for a New Startup Era

“The Great Resignation” is fueling the boom in small business as more Americans leave their jobs and careers and strike out on their own. The next generation also feels this sentiment, with research by Junior Achievement and The Hartford showing that 60 percent of teens would prefer to start a business over having a traditional job.

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Read the JA Helps Build Career Paths

JA Helps Build Career Paths

JA’s impact is broad and the results are real. 56% of JA alumni say they are currently in a career or job or have worked in a similar position, to their JA volunteer. In this case, it led Michael Crome to becoming the CFO of the Las Vegas Raiders.

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