Volunteers Needed to Teach Financial Literacy and Workforce Readiness

Dates Volunteer is Needed: 
Number of Volunteers Needed: 
Description of the Volunteer Opportunity: 

Make an exciting difference in the future of local K-12 students by teaching them economic success skills! You can inspire young people to experience the realities and opportunities of the new global marketplace through Junior Achievement (JA), the nonprofit leader in providing innovative financial literacy, work-readiness, and entrepreneurship education. Junior Achievement of New Mexico needs volunteers to take career- and life-skills mentoring and teaching into local classrooms. This is not a lecture-based, but rather an experiential-based learning program. You don't need teaching experience, as all materials are created for non-teachers to deliver the programs. You just need a passion to inspire and prepare students for economic success, while sharing your personal and professional experiences. We need volunteers for the 2019 fall semester in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Corrales, Bernalillo and Santa Fe.

Areas of Interest: 
Children and Youth
Education and Literacy
Who Will Be Impacted Through This Project: 

K-12 students in New Mexico.

Is This an Ongoing Opportunity?: 
Minimum Age of Volunteers: 
Nonprofit Will Provide: 

1 hour of Training

Last Updated: Dec 8 2019
Address of Project Site
Junior Achievement of New Mexico, 4700 Lincoln Road, NE
New Mexico
Contact Info
(505) 342-6349


The Center for Nonprofit Excellence, United Way of Central New Mexico provides these volunteer opportunities as a service to our community and does not assume any responsibility for the validity of such postings. To ensure accurate and up-to-date information, please contact the organization who posted the opportunity.

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