Welcome to Junior Achievement Isle of Man
Junior Achievement is a Manx registered charity that each year supports 5,000 young people in the Isle of Man. With the help of volunteers from business and the wider community we take the real world into the classroom and teach young people essential life skills that will help them to get a job or start their own business once they leave full-time education.
We raise the money to recruit and train volunteers to go into every high school on the Island. The volunteers then work alongside teachers in the classroom and run programmes that have been developed by Junior Achievement. These programmes help students to develop their knowledge of how to manage money so they don't get into debt, CV and interview techniques, presentation skills, teamwork, how to start your own business as well as skills for the workplace.
Research shows that if we can increase the number of times a young person comes into contact with a person from business whilst they are still in school, we can significantly increases their chances of getting a job once they leave education.
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SuperJam founder and Junior Achievement ambassador Fraser Doherty made a welcome return to the Island to address students from Ballakermeen High School, Castle Rushen High School, King William's College and Queen Elizabeth II High School taking ...