JA @ Home

If you are a student or parent who would like to explore more about financial literacy, work readiness, or entrepreneurship at home, JA® offers a number of websites and apps to provide students with additional information, learning opportunities, and experiences that support their understanding of JA's curriculum.

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JA Access Your Future™ is an app that helps teens, their parents and teachers break down the cost of achieving young people's career goals into real, easy-to-understand numbers. At the end of the exercise, teens are given a Return on Investment (ROI) score between 1 and 5. The score helps teens and their parents create a roadmap for success that will take them from choosing a career to calculating the cost of achieving it.

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JA Success Park is an app for tablets (iPad or Android) that complements the in-classroom JA Career Success® program.

In JA Success Park, you will learn the skills you need now to compete in today's job market. In the app, you are an amusement park employee. You'll explore the rides and attractions where you will be presented with challenges that will sharpen your problem-solving skills. How will you handle an irate customer? Use your creativity, collaboration, critical-thinking and communication skills to solve problems and keep your customers happy. There are rewards in it for you!

Get it in the Google Play store, or on iTunes

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JA My Way™ is designed to help teens find careers that are best for them, learn about saving and budgeting, and find out how they can start their own businesses. This free resource uses personality tests, interactive online games, assessment tools and educational resources to provide teens with helpful information in a fun and engaging way. Junior Achievement USA® hopes this website will be a one-stop shop for teens and their parents on resources they need to prepare them for college, the working world, and more.

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JA Assembling Your Career promotes the valuable involvement of teachers, corporate volunteers, and non-profit youth programs to engage middle and high school students in STEM Careers. The Guide for Volunteers and Teachers and the online tools provide practical information about STEM careers and ways for students to prepare for these high-demand careers while still in school.