We're proud to release our 2017 Annual Report, Factbook, and Online Year in Review.
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.
"The current educational focus on exam results and academia means young people leaving education are at serious risk of not being prepared adequately for their future life."
In 2015, the Accelerating Pathways global research, supported by the Citi Foundation’s Pathways to Progress initiative, featured award-winning JA alumna Buki Ajimobi. We caught up with Buki two years later.
For 30 years, Citi and Citi Foundation have worked with JA to ensure pathways to opportunity and upward mobility for youth. To celebrate, we're launching a series of Citi-JA success stories.
Looking for a recap of this week's incredible JA Europe Company of the Year Competition? Read about the top three teams, winners of signature awards, and info on the jury.
Thanks to Nokia's generous support, the 2017 Nokia Global STEM Innovation Challenge was a big success. Read more about the global finalists . . . and details about the overall winner!
Calling youth ages 14 to 19 who love amusement parks, museums, & other attractions to enter JA Worldwide's and IAAPA's The Business of Fun Contest!
Thanks to Blizzard Entertainment, JA was featured in TryHard for Good, a special version of the Heroes of the Storm online video game, which resulted in over $12,000 in donations.
#SwitchOnEurope advocates for entrepreneurship education throughout Europe. Find out how to support the campaign.
Our regional operating centers make it possible for JA to serve 10M+ young people in over 100 countries each year.
When Bisman Deu was a 15-year-old competing in a JA Social Innovation Relay, she was looking for a solution to the environmental damage caused by burning rice waste. She found it.
The JA-HSBC partnership drives financial-literacy education around the world, specifically through the JA More Than Money program.
A new JA Ireland program will encourage all students—and especially girls—to look at careers in science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM).
Jyri Lindén and Mikko Jaatinen created their first business as students with JA Finland. Now, they run Nordic Business Forum, a global business conference.
This week, JA Europe published three new articles on entrepreneurship education, hosted a two-day International Summit for Educators, and hosted a two-day entrepreneurship-education event!
Last week's JA Alumni Europe conference brought together JA alumni from a dozen countries. We have a few more photos to add.