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Kid@Bizz

Kid@Bizz is a short project in which children age 8-12 create a business- or actionplan they thereafter organize or carry out.


JIEHA!

JIEHA! is a short entrepreneurial experience for age 14-16 in which the students start up their own ethical company, selling Fair Trade products or offering services to the community.


Business Startup

The INJAZ Business Start Up Program will contribute to the social and economic development, and political stability of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region by engaging the talent of today’s youth and tomorrow’s leaders to create and innovate entrepreneurial solutions to local, regional and international socio-economic and political challenges.  


JA Global Marketplace - Blended

JA Global Marketplace - Blended Model gives students an opportunity to experience the worldwide interdependence of producers, consumers, and the global workforce by playing the role of business owners and managers at the international FreeTrade Market.

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA USA

Creatlon

Creatlon consists of 3 parts.

1.  Obtaining knowledge in economics and entrepreneurship - quiz in Moodle.

2. Team exercise - 5 team tasks to fulfil in 1 month (Job shadowing, volunteering and writing about it, making a travel plan with prizes, etc.)

3. Creative task - a video, business fairy tale, advertisement, etc.

 

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA Estonia

Environmental Entrepreneurs Programme

The programme aims to inspire responsibility and cooperation by the learners, both of which are necessary to drive personal habits which work towards environmental sustainability.


JA Play Lab

Play is vital for the social, emotional, intellectual and physical development of every child. It enables children to engage and interact in the world around them at an early age. JA Play Lab allows children to use their creativity while developing their cognitive and emotional strength.

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA Hong Kong

I Think I Can (STEM education)

‘I Think I Can’ reinforces students to learn about sustainable future by sharing the impacts of aluminum can on environment and the benefits of recycling. It gives insight about sharing future resource and entrepreneurship.

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA Korea

JA Lights of OUR Future

This program aims to instill the values & behavior of sustainable living. These include a series of classroom learning and hands-on activities on the following topics:

1. What is Sustainable Living (Everyone is looking for a better quality of life despite the increasing population globally. Is there enough resources for all?)

  1. Water is a limited resource (Why and what is being done?)

  2. What is Energy and how do we reduce electricity consumption

  3. Greenhouse Gas effects

  4. Waste Management

  5. Conclusion (Bringing all the topics together)

Practical Learnings for Students:

Through the session, we also help students:

  • ·  Understand the environmental challenges society faces today and identify them in their daily lives

  • ·  Learn & observe how Science is used to design solutions in the real world

  • ·  Practice brainstorming and out-of-box thinking to suggest new solutions or improve existing practices to solve challenges in their daily environment

  • ·  Link sustainability to financial impact

  • ·  Initiate conversations on the roles they can play to reduce their environmental footprint

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA Singapore

BRIDGE

Its the combination of JA-MFM  (Mini Factory Model) and JA-WIN (Work and Interest) that was offered as a one-off intervention for the transition into the Waterfall model.

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA India

Aflatoun

Aflatoun’s program contains both social and financial themes. Children learn about themselves, child rights, saving, basic financial concepts, and enterprise. Aflatoun puts children at the center of their learning process and engages them with the world around them. By doing so, Aflatoun believes that the social and financial lessons that they receive will stay with them forever.

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA Zimbabwe

AEMA

It develops students' awareness of their relationship with the environment and generates thus agents of change with an attitude of active participation and commitment to their community and their environment.

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA Brazil

Community Citizenship

Community Citizenship familiarizes students with how to set up and run a social entrepreneurship project, and understand the skills, attitudes, planning and behaviors of social entrepreneurs. This workshop aims to cultivate the following:
- Creative thinking and problem solving within their community, alongside communication and presentation skills.
- Teamwork and leadership whilst building confidence and a can-do attitude.
- Negotiations, decision making, managing risks, and responding to change.
- Set up their own social project within their community.
- A sense of ownership and social responsibility within students.
Student Attendance: Approximately 60-100 students per workshop
Volunteers Required: 10



ABC of Business

The programme aims at helping young people understand the key concepts of business. Provides practical information about the key aspects of the global economy and the company economics. The programme also shows how trade affects students’ daily live. This program is only for teachers who have a program in educational curricula.

The programme is going to be retired in 2018 !!!

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA Czech

Aflatoun

 Aflatoun is a worldwide movement which could not be created without curriculum adaptation, without generous support and dedication of JAA team, teachers, children, parents, trainers, ministry, donors, partners, volunteers, board members, , family and friends – everyone who has helped bring Aflatoun to children in Armenia.
The Aflatoun Secretariat provided a curriculum and training, and JA Armenia adapted the curriculum, find the resources to deliver and implement the programme in schools.

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA Armenia

Entrepreneurs in the service of humanity

Entrepreneurs in the service of humanity is a teaching material that tells the story about Alfred Nobel; his legacy, research, invention of dynamite and the Nobel Prize.


JA Inside Industry - Study Circle

The Program is directed at students in the Grades of IX and X. Industry Interest Study Circle provides practical information about preparing students for the working world. Students learn about career clusters, high-growth jobs, career planning, and creating a personal brand.

The Study Circle aims to get students from various schools with same Interest Group under one roof and allow them to explore the industry in greater detail. Post that, the students will interact with industry practitioners covering various aspects of the industry. The students will understand their SEEK (Skills, Education, Experience, Knowledge) of the various roles and also get to understand through the journey of these professionals, the challenges, achievements and joys of this profession. 

Our first two Industry Interest Study Circle were centred on music at the True School of Music. Where students interacted and experienced the world of work around music. We recently conducted our third study circle at LIC of India, Divisional Office at Mumbai which was focussed on Insurance. We had employees interacting with students on various aspects of insurance industry. We also conducted fourth study circle with GE Healthcare.

 

After the successful execution of these circles we plan to expand our program to various other fields like Architecture, Fashion, Design, Airline, Hospitality, Engineering, Arts etc. in the upcoming months.

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA India

JA Lights of OUR Future - China

This program aims to instill the values & behavior of sustainable living. These include a series of classroom learning and hands-on activities on the following topics:

1. What is Sustainable Living (Everyone is looking for a better quality of life despite the increasing population globally. Is there enough resources for all?)

  1. Water is a limited resource (Why and what is being done?)

  2. What is Energy and how do we reduce electricity consumption

  3. Greenhouse Gas effects

  4. Waste Management

  5. Conclusion (Bringing all the topics together)

Practical Learnings for Students:

Through the session, we also help students:

  • ·  Understand the environmental challenges society faces today and identify them in their daily lives

  • ·  Learn & observe how Science is used to design solutions in the real world

  • ·  Practice brainstorming and out-of-box thinking to suggest new solutions or improve existing practices to solve challenges in their daily environment

  • ·  Link sustainability to financial impact

  • ·  Initiate conversations on the roles they can play to reduce their environmental footprint

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA China

JA Lights of OUR Future - Workshop China

This program aims to instill the values & behavior of sustainable living. These include a series of classroom learning and hands-on activities on the following topics:

1. What is Sustainable Living (Everyone is looking for a better quality of life despite the increasing population globally. Is there enough resources for all?)

  1. Water is a limited resource (Why and what is being done?)

  2. What is Energy and how do we reduce electricity consumption

  3. Greenhouse Gas effects

  4. Waste Management

  5. Conclusion (Bringing all the topics together)

Practical Learnings for Students:

Through the session, we also help students:

  • ·  Understand the environmental challenges society faces today and identify them in their daily lives

  • ·  Learn & observe how Science is used to design solutions in the real world

  • ·  Practice brainstorming and out-of-box thinking to suggest new solutions or improve existing practices to solve challenges in their daily environment

  • ·  Link sustainability to financial impact

  • ·  Initiate conversations on the roles they can play to reduce their environmental footprint

JA Local Program / Organisation: JA China

AEMA - Dominican Republic

It develops students' awareness of their relationship with the environment and generates thus agents of change with an attitude of active participation and commitment to their community and their environment.


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