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Self Directed Online Learning

All Junior Achievement (JA) Programs have strong ties to the Alberta curriculum and will provide your learner with financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship training. When you select a program from the options below, you will be re-routed to our national website where you will be required to register with a username and password.

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Success Starts Here!

JA (Junior Achievement) is the world’s largest NGO dedicated to educating young people about business. We strive to inspire and prepare youth to succeed in a global economy. With over 120 member organizations worldwide, JA brings a global view of business to local communities.

We partner with educators, donors and volunteers to bring a real world experience into the classroom.

Our programs focused on financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship give students the skills and confidence they need to become leaders of tomorrow.

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JA isn’t simply a program that teaches about business, but most importantly, it teaches us about who we are.

Martin L.


JA turned complete strangers into lifelong friends. One of the greatest experiences ever.

Noah Y.


JA has given me the drive, passion and ambition to be that change that I wish to see in the world.

Noor R.


What you are today is a person who can become tomorrow’s greatest leader. JA is the stepping stone. It is you that must take the first step.

Jonathan P.


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Junior Achievement Northern Alberta & NWT acknowledges the land on which we serve our youth is Treaty 6, 8, 10 and 11 territory, the ancestral and traditional territory and home for many Indigenous Peoples, including Cree, Dene, Inuit, Metis, Niitsitapi (Blackfoot), Nakota Sioux and Salteaux. We are grateful for the traditional Knowledge Keepers and Elders who have gone before us, and those with us today.  We recognize the land as an act of reconciliation and gratitude.