The Junior Achievement (JA) Program is the world’s largest organization dedicated to teaching students from kindergarten to grade 12 about work readiness, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship through practical programs. The programs are designed to prepare youth for the workplace by teaching them skills such as wealth management, job creation, and entrepreneurial thinking. Through the use of hands-on experiments, students can put these lessons into action as they learn the importance of contributing to their communities. Volunteers from the community are welcomed to deliver the curriculum and transform the key concepts of JA’s lessons into messages that empower and inspire students to be confident in their ability to make a difference in the world. The program reaches over one million students annually and the classroom volunteers come from a variety of backgrounds including business, college, parenthood, and retirement. The experience has always turned out to be enjoyable and rewarding for everyone involved.