Our Global Chief Development Officer, Brandie Conforti, calls on her nearly two decades of experience to discuss the importance of partnerships in achieving the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs).
At the G20 Summit this week in Argentina, the G20 education ministers will receive Education, The Future of the Labour Market, and Youth Skills, a policy paper authored by JA Worldwide and The Brookings Institute.
JA Singapore hosted the FedEx Express/JA Asia Pacific International Trade Challenge (ITC), which challenges students to create a viable business concept based on specific parameters.
Are you undecided about where to attend university? Check out our partnership with Shorelight Education and U.S. News Global Education!
We're dedicating an entire post to the first JA Centennial event—the JA Global Youth Forum, held July 8–13 in Morelos, México.
During the IAAPA Asian Attractions Expo earlier this month, students from JA Hong Kong were introduced to industry leaders and had a chance to tour the expo floor.
Gather is a community for JA global alumni (including alumni from Junior Achievement, INJAZ, Young Enterprise, and any other member of JA Worldwide) to meet, network, share ideas, and benefit from opportunities. Join us!
Experience JA's first worldwide publication about our alignment to the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development, a collaboration with our six regional operating centers.
2018 marked the eighth annual JA Asia Pacific Company of the Year Competition, with student companies from Brunei, China, Guam, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Turkmenistan, and Vietnam.
The Global Education & Skills Forum brings together leaders from the public, private, and social sectors in order to address the challenges of education, equity, and employment for all. JA was there.
tGELF and JA Asia Pacific are searching for a passionate, committed fellow to oversee and facilitate various elements of the joint tGELF/JA Asia Pacific program.
Meet the inaugural class of the JA Worldwide Fellows Program, a group of high-performing leaders from around the JA network.
JA Hong Kong alumna Bonnie Chiu works full time, runs a nonprofit, and landed on the Forbes Europe 30 Under 30 list.
"JA helps students learn to experience the entire analytical process," says JA alumnus Max Tang. "This is the value that JA brings to [China]."
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.