PJI’s programs are built by educational designers who understand the element that’s often missing from traditional schoolwork: hands on, interactive, try it out lessons that encourage big ideas and new ways of thinking.
We build our experiential curriculum around three pillars: entrepreneurship, work readiness, and financial literacy.
Through JA’s real world entrepreneurship programs, students create real companies with real products. JA’s volunteer led work readiness programs teach critical work skills that prepare young people for the future of work. JA’s role playing financial literacy programs expose young people to smart saving and investing, thoughtful pending and credit, and the opportunities of global trade.
The programs also encourage social innovation and the use of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to solve societal challenges.