High School Programs :: JA Be Entrepreneurial®
Junior Achievement gratefully acknowledges the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice for its support of the program.
On Your Own
Student Activities Menu
Students: Below are online links to activities to do on your own. They are listed by session number, matching the sessions in your JA Be Entrepreneurial Student Workbook.
Funding Your Entrepreneurial Venture
Discover where entrepreneurs get their start-up funding and learn about famous businesses that started on a tight budget.
Product Idea Sources Matching Activity
Read about and match entrepreneurs to how they developed their products and services ideas.
Once you have a general business idea, acquire research-based information about your potential market.
Competitive Advantages through Employee Relations
Consider how your employee-relations policies, such as compensation, rewards, supervision, or training could be used as an advantage over the competition.
Look for specific competitive advantages for your start-up by evaluating local business competitors.
Examine Business Ethics Case Studies to learn how to handle ethical dilemmas in your business venture.
The Business Plan
Check out the downloadable Sample Business Plan and podcasts that support each session of the JA Be Entrepreneurial program.