Whether you’re looking to learn more about Junior Achievement or are ready for program-specific training, we have the information you need. Orientation and training sessions give current and potential Volunteers the opportunity to learn about JA’s mission, vision, and values and how to make an impact in the lives of Alberta’s youth. Anyone is welcome to attend: volunteer, teachers, donors, or parents.
Making sure that you are prepared for your classroom experience is paramount; our staff is here to provide tricks and tips about each of our programs and break down each lesson into something both manageable and enjoyable. Once you register as a volunteer and select a program with one of our Coordinators, we will find a training time either in-person or over the phone. You will also be registered to use the Royden-Richardson Virtual School for Volunteers: an online training platform accessible at any time and from any place.