Learn more about career planning, money management, investing and preparing for college. Clicking on the links below will take you to the game or website.
Kuder® Career Assessments are a fun and informative method of personal career exploration. Each assessment takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes to complete.
New Users Register Here Note: The career-assessment features a new registration process. Make sure to get your “N Code” from your JA instructor.
Existing Users Click Here Note: Use this link if you have already registered for Kuder.
Important note to teachers, volunteers, and JA staff: You may complete the assessment by registering as a middle or high school student only. You do not have access registering as a Parent, Adult Job Seeker, College Student, or Administrator.
Using My Careers you will find information and resources on different job industries, specific careers, and even individual occupations that may be of interest to you. This is the perfect time to explore your skills, interests, and values so you will be able to discover the school subjects and occupations you most enjoy. With this knowledge in hand, you can better prepare for success in your work and in life.
With thousands of occupations to choose from, the JA Career Center is sorted into 16 industry-specific clusters, making your career explorations as simple as possible. Explore and discover your passion and your purpose!
If you were given a set of codes in your JA class, take the assessment to find out what careers you are best suited for. After you’ve taken the career assessment, you can navigate the JA Career Center to find out more on how to obtain your dream job!
Junior Achievement teaches students how to succeed in a global economy. An important element of that success includes pursuing business goals in a responsible and ethical manner — from the way we treat colleagues to the way we handle environmental resources. We can build a consciousness of ethical behavior by setting a good example. We can start in everyday situations that take place at school and at home. The classroom is an excellent setting to learn and discuss the meaning of ethics and its impact on all aspects of our lives
Junior Achievement has a classroom-based program called Excellence through Ethics, designed for students in grade four through twelve. The curriculum is designed to teach our children that responsible, ethical behavior is essential to a successful future. The 40 classroom activities can be downloaded right here!
Junior Achievement’s immersive simulation covering a variety of financial literacy topics: personal finance, budgeting, money management, saving, spending, and banking.
If you’re an educator please contact your local Junior Achievement office to receive your JA Finance Park Virtual website link. If you’re unsure of which office to contact, use the following link to find the JA office nearest you: https://www.juniorachievement.org/web/ja-usa/near-you
For our public users—those users not working through one of our local JA offices—please use the following link: https://jafinancepark4.ja.org
A collection of interactive money-management modules that will help you learn about spending, sharing and saving money. more
You’re about to enter the world of college decision-making at $ave University, where every decision you make affects your time and money. Get ready to shop, spend, study, and do laundry. Watch out for the campus distractions. more
Test-drive making many of the key financial decisions that you’ll make in life, like buying or renting a house, buying a car, and more. You can even come up with a financial plan to help achieve your dreams! more
Battle of the Bands is designed for high school students, Grades 9-12. Following participation in the supplement, students will be able to:
As a future college student, you have access to a limitless future. In some cases, however, you may need some financial assistance to pursue your goals.
Constructed for students seeking information on all things related to paying for a college education, this center offers such helpful resources as:
Have you always wanted to start your own business but never knew where to begin? Business-related or not, most of us have dreams and aspirations. Here you’ll find a series of video vignettes featuring real-life examples of young entrepreneurs, as they discuss why it’s cool to run a business, offer advice on the start-up process, and more.