An important step for all student volunteers.
Harbor Half Marathon
Go over Corpus Christi's Harbor Bridge with spectacular views of the bay.
JA My Way
The on-line destination for teens to learn about careers
It's time to plan for your JA class this school year.
The success of our community depends on how prepared today’s students are to succeed in work and life. We must empower the next generation to succeed by teaching them how to manage their money, be ready to enter the workplace and to think innovatively.
Through local volunteers, we’re bridging the gap between what students learn in the classroom and the real world.
By empowering today’s students, we’re ensuring a robust and sustainable future for south Texas.
2017-2018 School Year
JA’s unique program model places volunteers from the community into the classrooms where they teach our curriculum to students and share their real world experiences.
The numbers are in and with the help of 4,480 passionate volunteers, JA of South Texas was able to impact 94,459 student in south Texas.
Junior Achievement of South Texas is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. We rely on the support of the community to ensure our local students have the tools they need to succeed in a global economy.
The JA events are one way the local community helps JA's mission. Whether you're the casual type that feels at home in a bowling center or the sophisticated type who likes to rub elbows with the local who's-who in a black-tie gala, there is something for everyone.
Harland Clarke Bowl
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The JA Story
Curriculum and Texas Correlation
6th to 8th Grade Programs
9th to 12th Grade Programs
JA Finance Park