JA South Africa is proud to announce our partnership with Sci Bono and the Gauteng Department of Education. The partnership aims to reach over 1 000 high school pupils in Gauteng the chance to develop their entrepreneurial skills through various JA entrepreneurial skills programmes.
The programme are t be implemented Sci-Bono Discovery Centre in Newtown, Johannesburg with the aim to reach 1 230 learners in grade 8 to 11 pupils at 18 schools, and a further 100 pupils who will take part in the online learning, granting them access to JA programmes from the comfort of their home.
“We are excited to partner with Sci-Bono and the Gauteng Department in this important partnership. Our vision as JA South Africa, and the wider JA Worldwide is to provide Gauteng’s youth with the right skillset and mindset to create thriving communities”, says Nelly Mofokeng, Managing Director at JA South Africa.
The robust programme will ensure pupils receive hands-on experience in running their mini-companies, financial literacy, and professional life skills training. Specifically, these include the JA My Money Biz, JA’s Be Entrepreneurial Programme, the Enterprise programme and many more. To read more about our programmes click here.