Ways To Volunteer
Young Professionals Advisory Board
Advisory board members have opportunities to network, fundraise, work with community leaders, as well as participate in and plan exciting events!Learn more about Young Professionals Advisory Board
Virtual Volunteering ExperienceWhere: From your home or office
Volunteering in-person with Junior Achievement has been a rewarding experience for generations and today we offer virtual volunteering!Learn more about Virtual Volunteering Experience
Traditional In-ClassroomWhere: In a school classroom in our community
As a JA Traditional Volunteer, you'll be paired with a teacher in a classroom. This delivery method is an effective and popular way to show students a connection between the skills they are learning in the classroom and how they can get a more fulfilling career and life.Learn more about Traditional In-Classroom
JA In A DayWhere: In a school classroom in our community
This experience uses the same JA programs as the traditional method, but it's condensed into a single day for a high-impact experience! Perfect for the volunteer who can take just a day away from work.Learn more about JA In A Day
K-12 Learning Experiences
Young kids are the best. If you have a child in elementary school and want to share your experiences while presenting multimedia financial education and enjoy working with younger kids, contact JA of Greater St. Louis to learn more about volunteering with JA!
Middle School students are the best. Volunteering with kids can be so much fun but it helps when those students are more engaged and curious about the future and the kind of jobs that exist. If you enjoy working with kids, contact JA of Greater St. Louis to learn more about volunteering with JA.
Young adults are the best. If you enjoy working with kids that are ready to tackle the world but are looking for the paths to be opened up to them and are fascinated by innovation and entrepreneurship, contact JA of Greater St. Louis to learn about volunteering with JA.