From the start of JA’s partnership with HSBC, our focus on financial literacy has been about #MorethanMoney.
From June 4 through June 11, the global JA network celebrated the ten-year anniversary of HSBC’s sponsorship of JA More than Money. Click here to see photos, infographics, and thought leadership around the celebration!
Each year, INJAZ Al-Arab (JA in the Middle East and North Africa) celebrates Arab youth at the Young Entrepreneurs Competition.
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.
Learn more about the JA global network by viewing or downloading our 2016 Annual Report, Factbook, and online Year In Review.
The JA-HSBC partnership drives financial-literacy education around the world, specifically through the JA More Than Money program.
We love opening up Twitter and seeing notes like this! We're honored to partner with HSBC to teach financial education around the world.
We're pleased to announce that HSBC has made a three-year, $6.3-million commitment to continue our partnership.
Have you been reading our thought-leadership magazine over on Medium? Our latest article discusses financial illiteracy, and explains that teaching personal finance in childhood offers a range of positive outcomes.
HSBC has partnered with JA USA and JA of New York in an exciting new program called “Crash the Classroom.”
Out of the 17,000 student who participate in the JA Company Program in Asia Pacific, only 59 qualified for the JA Asia Pacific Company of the Year Competition.