JA Uganda
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    4th Floor Block B Ntinda Complex
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Job shadow is one of JA’s work exemplifiers that give students a day at real work places where learners are paired with partner organization staff-right from CEOs, Heads of departments to retail outlets to activate their career aspirations.
At the JA Innovation Camp, students gather in order to address a specific business challenge derived by a partnering company/business and come up with ideas which solve the problem.
Aspiring to be a leader! What does it take? The Camp aims at grooming and inspiring JA participants to appreciate, aspire and qualify for senior leadership positions in their future careers.
The JA Company Program is the flagship program of Junior Achievement world over. The model helps young people aged 13-18 appreciate and better understand the role of business in our society.
JA Our Community introduces Primary School pupils to the intersection of work readiness and early elementary grades social studies learning objectives, including how citizens benefit from and contribute to a community’s success.
Cha-Ching is a financial literacy programme designed to equip 9 to 11 year olds with the knowledge, tools and practice they need to make informed financial decisions to reach their own personal goals and dreams. The Cha-Ching School Curriculum targets primary school students and adopts a modular development approach to allow flexibility of educators and students to “mix and match” lessons that best support local requirements. Six lesson plans of 45 minutes each are designed to run either as stand-alone sequential programs, or independently as additional learning that can be added on to any school programs. The structure of each lesson includes learning activities based on Cha-Ching program, a cartoon and a board game. Pupils are encouraged to use critical thinking to make decisions on how they manage their money applying the four concepts: Earn, Save, Spend and Donate in their daily lives which support positive attitudes as they explore and enhance their money –management skills early enough.

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