Junior Achievement Partnership
The Eller College of Management has teamed up with Junior Achievement of Arizona, Inc. to educate elementary school children on free enterprise, business and economics.
What is Spirit Day?
Spirit Day is a one-day teaching experience in an elementary classroom. Throughout the day, collegiate students facilitate five 20-30 minute lessons with materials provided by Junior Achievement. This curriculum is designed to teach elementary students the relevance of education to the workplace as well as to prepare them for secondary school and lifelong learning.
Who can volunteer?
Any Eller College undergraduate students are encouraged to sign up. Participants earn 10 hours of community service for involvement and the opportunity to directly impact the Tucson community.
Volunteers must be available for the entire day, but are welcome to sign up with a partner. Breakfast will be provided along with light refreshments at the end of the day. All volunteers are encouraged to bring a lunch to eat with the students.
When is the event?
- Friday, April 25, 2014: Myers-Ganoung Elementary
Where will Spirit Day be?
- Myers-Ganoung Elementary is located at 5000 E Andrew St.
How do I sign up to be a volunteer?
1. Fill out the RSVP form below to sign up for the April 25th Spirit Day. The Early Outreach Student Coordinator will follow up with you.
2. Attend the training sessions to receive your classroom lessons and valuable tips for making an impact. The training session is required even if you have participated in Junior Achievement or attended a training session before. Required training is schedule for (you only need to attend one training):
- March 25th at 5:00pm
- April 4th at 11:00am
Who do I contact for more information?
Early Outreach Student Coordinator
Matthew Ellerd : email@example.com
Coordinator of Special Events
Shannon Uribe: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please contact us.