JA asks the question, "Is this the secret to surviving in a fractured world?" and explores youth optimism.
"JA helps students learn to experience the entire analytical process," says JA alumnus Max Tang. "This is the value that JA brings to [China]."
We’re celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with our favorite quotes from the U.S. civil rights leader.
We're honored to have JA mentioned alongside giant corporations like Google, Virgin, Salesforce, Lyft, and more.
We're throwing back to last week, when JA South Africa hosted the JA Africa Company of the Year Competition. Relive the event and see all the competitors through Twitter Moments.
JA China was honored as one of a handful of nonprofit organizations officially recognized as foreign NGOs under China’s new NGO law.
The Global Education & Leadership Foundation (tGELF) and JA Worldwide officially launched our partnership at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad, India, last week.
Each year, INJAZ Al-Arab (JA in the Middle East and North Africa) celebrates Arab youth at the Young Entrepreneurs Competition.
A JA Sweden student company formed in 2016 to speak frankly about gender equality and macho culture in locker rooms received a one million kroner award from soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Sylvia Chong’s "Token for a Queue" innovation makes her the JA Worldwide and IAAPA Foundation Top Innovator! See photos and read her review of her time in Orlando.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), JA Americas, SAP, and ManpowerGroup are collaborating on an initiative that will train 2,400 young people in the next three years.
Read a white-paper collaboration among JA Americas, the Americas Society (AS), and the Council of the Americas (COA) on closing the skills gap in Latin America.
Find out more about the FedEx Junior Business Challenge Final . . . and the winning team from JA of Southwest New England.
We're proud to be one of only four Signature Program partners with Bechtel, who created Dream Big, a documentary that will transform the way you think about engineering.
This week on The Money JAR podcast, teens take over the show to lead a discussion on two key performance characteristics—grit and curiosity—associated with success.
JA More than Money ntroduces students to financial literacy and entrepreneurship, and focuses on social studies learning objectives centered on money-management skills, goods and services, and global markets.
JA USA has released a new survey about concerns parents and teens have about global competition and automation.
The Next Generation Leaders Forum brought together high-achieving students from around the world to learn, collaborate, and innovate.
We've extended the deadline for the Business of Fun Contest, an exciting collaboration with the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.