About Us

Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement Azerbaijan (JAA) is a member of Junior Achievement (JA) Worldwide, the world's largest not-for-profit organization in business education. JA Azerbaijan plays a powerful role in helping develop global talents through its provision of a trustworthy platform that connects the business and education spheres in a mutually-beneficial manner.

We work together with students, volunteers, schools, corporations, and society as a whole to create and enjoy shared value.

Since its founding in 1998, JA Azerbaijan has trained over thousands of students and more than 300 teachers from schools in 26 regions through the funding from the public and private donors. Junior Achievement Azerbaijan supports and helps directly by training and assisting its beneficiaries to learn essentials of business, entrepreneurship, finance, and economics and to be better prepared for their roles in Azerbaijan's economy.

Our Mission

Our Mission

We develop and implement economic education programs for young people through a partnership between business and education. We bring the real world to students and open their minds to their potential.

Our Vision

Our Vision

We want to create a venturous, ready for changes, capable of confronting the future and broad-minded generation, who will take an active part in all aspects of modern life and by doing it, will increase its job opportunities.

Our Educational Pathway

Our Educational Pathway

Financial Literacy

  • Understand resources, goods and services in the economy;
  • Develop knowledge of personal finance and money management;
  • Apply knowledge and skills to business planning, marketing, finance and economics;
  • Apply knowledge of different business models.

Entrepreneurship

  • Generating and turning ideas into action – experience entrepreneurial and innovative thinking, make a business plan, teamwork;
  • Show entrepreneurial capability by launching a business or social enterprise at the national level;
  • Establish a real and viable business and identify opportunities and make a plan.

Work Readiness

  • Learn about different jobs and skills required;
  • Identify choices based on skills and interests to achieve aspirations;
  • Practice and prove key competences such as problem solving; organization, leadership, decision–making, networking and negotiations skills.

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