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About JA
Junior Achievement (JA) Hong Kong is a registered Hong Kong charitable organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy.

In partnership with the business and education communities, JA encourages young people to participate in a range of activity-based education programs, designed to help them understand the world of work and develop the work-readiness, entrepreneurial thinking, and financial literacy essential for their future success.

Programs offered by JA are underpinned by high quality course material funded by the business sector and provided to schools free-of-charge. The business community also provides the business professionals to bring first-hand experience of the business world into the classroom.

Since its establishment in Hong Kong in 2001, JA has served over 240,000 students from more than 500 schools, with the support of more than 15,000 volunteers from over 700 companies. The success stories of our young people had won JA a number of awards and recognitions:
- Prudential Chairman Award in 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 & 2008
- MetLife Foundation Grant for the launch of JA Exploring Economics in 2008
- The Metlife Foundation Entrepreneurial Award 2007 for JA New Leaders Programme
- The Caring Company Outstanding Partnership Project Awards presented by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service in 2004/05 and 2006/07
- CTW Long Term Partner Award, presented by the Community TeamWorks of Goldman Sachs in 2006
- The Best Performer in Resources Mobilization of the Asia Pacific NGO Award 2005

The Junior Achievement Worldwide network now serves over 10 million students in over 120 countries!

國際成就計劃香港部(JA)為本港註冊之慈善團體,致力啟發和預備青少年,為他們日後在全球經濟中取得成功做好準備。透過與商界和教育界合作,JA鼓勵年青人參與各種活動為本的教育項目,幫助他們了解在社會的工作實況,並發展他們的事業準備企業精神理財知識國際成就計劃的全球網絡,每年為超過120個國家逾1,000萬名學生提供服務。國際成就計劃香港部之經費由商界贊助,所有提供予本地學校之各項計劃及課程,費用全免。

自2001年成立以來,憑藉逾15,000名來自700間機構的商界義工支持下,國際成就計劃香港部已服務超過500間學校逾24萬多名大、中、小學生,豐富他們的”其他學習經歷”。





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