Welcome to Junior Achievement Isle of Man
Established in the Isle of Man for more than 30 years, Junior Achievement is a Manx registered charity working with 5,000 young people in education. We believe in the boundless potential of young people and our aim is to help young people to develop skills that will help them to get a job or to start their own business.
We recruit and train volunteers from business and the wider
community who work alongside teachers in the classroom to run a
range of professionally developed programmes. These
programmes focus on skills for employability, financial
literacy and entrepreneurship.
Research shows that if we can increase the number of times a young person comes into contact with an employer whilst in school we can significantly increase their chances of getting a job once they leave education.
Each year we need to raise £300,000 to support 5,000 students and a team of 400 volunteers. Please help support our work.
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A team from Queen Elizabeth II High School has won the Boston Group Award for Junior Achievement Student Company of the Year after creating a children's picture book. The team pictured here include Charlie Milner, Isaac Sanderson, Heather Black, ...