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“I commend Junior Achievement and its volunteers for their professional approach; it is a most enjoyable and worthwhile experience for the students. It was enriching to meet volunteers who were ready to share their own expertise of business and the corporate world. Our school has been enriched by all that Junior Achievement programmes embody”

Sister Geraldine Campbell, Principal, Marist National School, Dublin 12

 


 

“Life experience is not something that can be learned from a textbook and we are extremely grateful to Junior Achievement and its volunteers for their generous sharing of their experience, resources, time and energy”

Pat O’Brien, Deputy Principal, St Joseph’s CBS, Fairview, Dublin 3

 


 

“I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and would be very keen to participate again in the future. It was great for both my own personal development and also seeing the students taking on board the issues that were discussed throughout the six sessions. The programme was very effective for the students, it enabled them to reflect on some concepts and ideas that they may have not come across before and the affect these may have in their future lives.”

Thu Truong, KPMG Volunteer

 


 

“I found the JA experience hugely enjoyable. The levels of energy and inventiveness shown by the students was an inspiration to our own business to think big and be creative. I would highly recommend to others to participate in this wonderful initiative.”

Adrian Whelan, Brown Brothers Harriman Volunteer

 


 

 

“It was a very positive experience. The volunteers were so encouraging and it was great to take part in a real interview. I was extremely nervous beforehand but the interviewers got me talking and then I was fine!” 

Sarah, TY Student, Mount Mercy College, Cork

 


 

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