Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas helps prepare today’s students for a bright future.
Whether you’re looking to volunteer, are part of a district or school looking for educational materials, or part of an organization looking to help us move our mission, Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas provides several ways that you can get involved.
In-person or virtual, you can volunteer with Junior Achievement and make a profound difference to the youth of our community.
Junior Achievement provides activities, guides, thought leadership, and lots of additional resources to support learning.
Junior Achievement partners with corporations and individuals to fund the programs that are delivered to our local students.
Recently, Joe Thompson, Executive Vice President of Truist Financial Corporation, along with Karen Dixon and Victoria Rixon, visited the JA Capstone facility to see JA BizTown’s version of Truist Bank in action. The Truist Foundation awarded Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas a grant of $500,000 to support our mission and help prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.
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South Shore Harbour Country Club
Palmer Course, The Woodlands Country Club
Greater Houston Sports Club
Meadowbrook Farms Golf Club
The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston
4 in 5
alumni report that Junior Achievement played an important role in their decision to pursue further education.
of students reported that a JA volunteer helped them realize the importance of staying in school.
reported higher household income for JA alumni.
of students favorably changed their future orientation.
Having someone come in and share their stories on how they decided what they wanted to be and some of the struggles they overcame made the JA experience meaningful.
Teamwork, multitasking, planning and executing tasks have been crucial to my career development. These are all items that the JA Fellows program assisted in instilling in me.
I feel lucky to have had the experience because I know how many people, even students my age, struggle to decide what to pursue. Still, I had a strong experience at a young age that kept me on this path.