Junior Achievement of South Florida is training the next generation of business leaders, employees and consumers by educating students about financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness.
Our mission is to inspire and prepare youth to succeed in a global economy.
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF SOUTH FLORIDA :
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Junior Achievement of South Florida Board of Directors is composed of local community leaders with a strong and balanced blend of skills and experience, providing guidance and support to JA staff as we strive to uphold our mission. The Board exercises overall responsibility for the direction of JA, while also providing advice and counsel on a broad range of operation protocols. Members of the Board serve on at least one of the eight committees: Audit, Development, Executive, Finance, Governance, Innovative Initiatives, Marketing and Programs – or on individual event committees. The diversity of the Board is chosen to reflect a multitude of expertise offerings. All members have a strong and demonstrated commitment to our three pillars: work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy.
Our dynamic team of professionals work together to manage the programs, operations, volunteers, events, and other day-to-day activities at Junior Achievement of South Florida. They share a common enthusiasm for the mission of educating and inspiring students to prepare for the real world.
We are completely crazy in love with our projects. We work closely with our clients to ensure that they will get what they want.
Junior Achievement of South Florida is fortunate to have outstanding volunteers like Bob Alden! Bob’s life’s work has centered around his passion for giving back. Read below to learn more about Bob, and why he chooses to volunteer at JA. Thanks for all you do, Bob! How long have you been volunteering with JA? I
Go Riverwalk Magazine December 2018: JA World Uncorked “JA Is Brewing Up Something Special For Their 60th Anniversary” December 2018 Issue Junior Achievement of South Florida was founded locally in 1959 by the Fort Lauderdale Rotary Club and is celebrating its 60th anniversary of training the next generation of business leaders, employees and consumers by
Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays. It's an opportunity to reflect on the past year and give thanks for everyone who makes our work possible. We feel blessed that our teachers, volunteers, mentors, donors and partners have chosen Junior Achievement of South Florida to support through your work, partnership, volunteerism and philanthropy. We know that