The National Career Development Association and Junior Achievement Inc. have jointly developed new resources to teach students about the world of work and encourage them to engage in the career planning process. We recommend that you use these materials in whatever manner you decide is most appropriate for your students.
These resources are available to you at no charge and are our way of saying "thanks" for the great work you do! They are organized by education level and setting:
We also want to take this opportunity to invite you to learn more about our organizations. You can contact your local Junior Achievement office to find out more about JA's programs by visiting www.ja.org/near/near_map.asp. Counselors often play a very important role in providing Junior Achievement programs to students of all ages, and we would like you to be a part of this great work in your area.
NCDA appreciates the support from Junior Achievement, Inc. We share the mission of promoting career development across the lifespan!
For more details about the NCDA & JA partnership, please read the article in Career Convergence, ''One Plus One Can Reach Millions'.'.