Junior Achievement Cayman Islands

Empowering young people to own their economic success

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Junior Achievement is celebrating its 20th anniversary in the Cayman Islands this year. Since its launch by the Rotary Central in 1991, hundreds of high school students have benefited from the programme and are now filling various roles in the private and public sectors. For many of the participants, the JA experience has transformed their lives and provided them with a greater understanding of the world of work, business ethics and how to succeed not only in business, but in life.

Rotary Central in partnership with the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement (JA) is now encouraging past participants of the programme to get involved. Reconnect and rediscover how they can help to expand the programme so that more students can benefit from JA.