JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS
Initially incorporated in 1993, the purpose of Junior Achievement of the U.S. Virgin Islands (JAVI), is to provide and facilitate responsive initiatives and programs that are designed to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a local and global economy through interaction with mentors, the business community, and other stakeholders.

In July 2008 JAVI partnered with the Department of Education and obtained approval to begin the program in the public schools.  In the 2008/2009 school year, JAVI reached out to 20 classes with a total of approximately 400 students at the Cancryn School on St. Thomas and the Elena Christian School on St. Croix.

ICMC stakeholders have consistently served as volunteers in both their school-based programs, where stakeholder visit classes once a week for 14 weeks offering business-related learning, as well as, for the past two years, the program’s “Company Program,” in which team of four volunteer ICMC coaches led/supported and coached a group of 22 students towards creating, running and managing their very own business.
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JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT
OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS
Initially incorporated in 1993, the purpose of Junior Achievement of the U.S. Virgin Islands (JAVI), is to provide and facilitate responsive initiatives and programs that are designed to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a local and global economy through interaction with mentors, the business community, and other stakeholders.

In July 2008 JAVI partnered with the Department of Education and obtained approval to begin the program in the public schools.  In the 2008/2009 school year, JAVI reached out to 20 classes with a total of approximately 400 students at the Cancryn School on St. Thomas and the Elena Christian School on St. Croix.

ICMC stakeholders have consistently served as volunteers in both their school-based programs, where stakeholder visit classes once a week for 14 weeks offering business-related learning, as well as, for the past two years, the program’s “Company Program,” in which team of four volunteer ICMC coaches led/supported and coached a group of 22 students towards creating, running and managing their very own business.
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