Junior Achievement of the Chisholm Trail provides several ways that you can get involved whether you’re someone looking to volunteer, part of a district or school looking for educational materials, or part of an business looking to help us expand the reach of our mission.
In-person or Virtual you can Volunteer with Junior Achievement and make a profound difference in the youth of our community.Volunteers, begin here
Junior Achievement provides activities, guides, thought leadership and lots of additional resources to support learning.Schools and Parents, begin here
With schools closing Junior Achievement is providing free online resources to teachers and parents. We are doing this so our kids can spend more time planning for and dreaming about tomorrow, and less time worrying about today. We are committed to doing this until we can all be certain again. Here are two ways you can support this effort.
I want to support Junior Achievement of the Chisholm Trail in the effort to provide free online resources to teachers and parents with a gift to my local JA.Donate
Did JA make a difference in your life? Is there a story you want to share about how a JA mentor helped positively influence your life or career? Do you want to re-connect with JA and others who had "the JA experience?"Learn More
Innovative, bold, relevant. JA Finance Park® Virtual is all that, and more. It's a financial literacy laboratory that inspires and prepares youth to succeed. This campus is an exciting reality-based learning environment for middle and high school students.Learn More
By being a JA volunteer and sharing your personal and professional experiences and skills with students from your community, you help them make the connection between what they are learning in school and what they will need to succeed in work and life.Learn More
Junior Achievement of the Chisholm Trail offers scholarships to area students who have participated in a JA program during high school. Scholarships are awarded each spring to deserving and hardworking students and to date, we have awarded over $1.3 million to area students. Scholarship winners are selected on the basis of scholastic ability, participation in JA programs, as well as other organizational or extracurricular activities. Students are evaluated on achievement, leadership, college and career potential, and financial need. After submitting an application, teacher recommendation letter, transcript, and SAT/ACT scores, top applicants are invited to interview with the scholarship committee.
Scholarship recipients will be awarded one of either two scholarships:
• The $10,000 Robert and Catherine Alexander Scholarship
• The $12,000 John W. and Kay L. Spruill Leadership Scholarship