The 13th-annual International Trade Challenge (ITC) took place August 18–22, 2019, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The competition, organized by JA Asia Pacific and FedEx Express, aims to nurture the entrepreneurial spirit and business skills of students.
Three JA student teams faced off at the third-annual FedEx Junior Business Challenge final in conjunction with the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) TOUR Championship, with $75,000 on the line.
Out of the forty student teams that arrived in Lille, France, on Wednesday, eight teams won prestigious awards and ten individuals were honored for their leadership.
Today, FedEx and the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) hosted the third round of the FedEx Junior Business Challenge.
Three Teams from JA of the Upper Midwest teed up to present their businesses to the panel of judges.
JA USA hosted the National Student Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. last week. View the products and services each of the 15 teams created, see who won prestigious awards, and see who landed in the top three JA Company of the Year teams.
Four teams from Junior Achievement of Southwest New England competed in the FedEx Junior Business Challenge today at the Travelers Championship in Connecticut.
Well over 100 million JA alumni are making their mark in the world, and we’re featuring a selection in our “I am JA” campaign. See how JA prepared David Cunningham for the future of work.
Season two of the FedEx Junior Business Challenge brought exciting student competitions, held at PGA TOUR locations around North America, and culminating in a championship event in Atlanta.
In the final qualifying event of the 2018 FedEx Junior Business Challenge, students from JA of Northern New England competed for a spot at the finals next month in Atlanta.
Young entrepreneurs from JA Central Ontario competed this week in the FedEx Junior Business Challenge at the RBC Canadian Open in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
Meet the best JA companies from across Europe, as they competed in the 2018 JA Europe Company of the Year Competition.
The National Student Leadership Summit (NSLS) is part of JA USA's annual celebration of the accomplishments of JA Company Program students from across the United States.
The FedEx Junior Business Challenge provides JA students with another opportunity to develop a product or service, create a business plan, and produce and market their innovation.
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.
In this year’s first competition of the 2018 FedEx Junior Business Challenge, students in Austin, Texas, USA, pitched their business ideas to a star-studded cast of judges. See selected tweets and videos!
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.
Each year, INJAZ Al-Arab (JA in the Middle East and North Africa) celebrates Arab youth at the Young Entrepreneurs Competition.
Find out more about the FedEx Junior Business Challenge Final . . . and the winning team from JA of Southwest New England.