JA funds JA Finance Park® and our K-12 programs through multi-year corporate and community partnerships. Our corporate partners support Junior Achievement’s dynamic, hands-on financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship K-12 programs, and enable JA to underwrite the program and operational costs associated with providing dynamic, hands-on learning experiences to over 63,000 students in the Greater Washington each year.
Our JA Finance Park® funding partners brand their spaces within the facility in conjunction with JA in order to align their interests and goals with our mission and the educational message embedded throughout the day. Leading Washington-area businesses are investing in this program because of the real-life, immediate impact it makes on how our region’s young people plan for their future.
Established in 2010 on the campus of Robert Frost Middle School in Fairfax County Virginia. Serves 14,000 Fairfax County Public Schools 8th graders a year through more than 2,300 community and corporate volunteers.
Established in 2015 on the campus of Cora L. Rice Elementary School / James G. Gholson Middle School in Landover, Maryland. Serves 9,000 Prince George's County Public Schools 8th graders a year through more than 1,500 community and corporate volunteers.
Opening in the fall of 2017 on the fourth floor of the new Thomas Edison High School of Technology Building in Montgomery County Maryland. Will serve 12,000 Montgomery County Public Schools 7th graders a year through more than 2,000 community and corporate volunteers.
Seats for Success
Through our new Seats for Success sponsorship program, your business, or you personally, can name an auditorium chair at one of our three JA Finance Park® locations. Click here to learn more.
If you are interested in discussing a JA Finance Park® partnership at one of our region's three facilities, please fill out the form and a JA staff member will be in touch with you shortly.