The 2019 FERD’s List honorees were announced on July 17, 2019. An initiative of JA Europe, FERD’s List recognizes outstanding, inspirational young entrepreneurs and leaders who have previously participated in JA programs while in school.
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.
Leo Martellotto, President of JA Americas, recently completed the Ironman Triathlon in South Africa while wearing the JA Centennial logo. He discusses the ways the two overlap.
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.
Our CEO, Asheesh Advani, made a visit to the Next Generation Leaders Forum, a global student event held each year in Canada, at which students learn a wealth of entrepreneurial skills.
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.
Young entrepreneurs from JA Central Ontario competed this week in the FedEx Junior Business Challenge at the RBC Canadian Open in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
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.
JA Americas' collaboration with SAP to promote Latin Code Week earned the regional operating center a prestigious award from PR News.
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.
Meet the inaugural class of the JA Worldwide Fellows Program, a group of high-performing leaders from around the JA network.
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.
The Next Generation Leaders Forum brought together high-achieving students from around the world to learn, collaborate, and innovate.