ALA Applications 2014
Evaluation of JASA's Entrepreneurship Programme o
JA Worldwide Generation Jobless Report o
JASA Multi-Stakeholder Study o
JA SOUTH AFRICA PUSHES THE BOUNDARIES IN ONLINE EDUCATION

JA South Africa
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OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENTREPRENEURS
During our strategic planning sessions, the need to embrace the use of technology to implement our programmes was identified as a key focus area.

Trainiac, the company which developed the revised and modernised material for the high school Mini Enterprise Programme, was  contracted to develop a digital version. One of the key requirements in the brief to programme developers Ad-One Digital was that the programme had to be internet access independent so that learners at sites with no or unreliable connectivity could also benefit from the learning material.

That was how JA South Africa found itself using a revolutionary little device called the Raspberry Pi.

For a fascinating overview of the e-Learning Programme written by Frank Coerlin of programme developers Ad-One Digital, click here.



Articles of Interest
Listen to the podcast of our Managing Director, Linda McClure's interview on the David O'Sullivan show on 702
here.
JA WORLDWIDE IS A PROUD PARTNER OF GEW
JA South Africa strives to create an entrepreneurial mind set and to change young people's entrepreneurial attitudes and aspirations through providing experiential entrepreneurial education programmes to youth both in and out of school, across the country.

In so doing we encourage entrepreneurial activity and help develop a thriving small business sector in South Africa, reducing the countries staggering 36% youth unemployment rate. 

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A highlight of 2014 for JA South Africa was the development and piloting of the Digital Enterprise Programme, with generous funding from JP Morgan.


JA GLOBAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 2015
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On 16 March, Junior Achievement leaders from around the world met in Boston for two days of networking, panel discussions, key note speakers, debates and candid conversations around the theme of Being Truly Global.

Now more than ever, with half of the world's population aged 27 and below, the opportunity and need to offer experiential business and economic education could not be greater. What does it mean to think globally but act locally?

Read more about these two days through the social media stories.