Junior Achievement in the Central region of Washington State offers both traditional in-school programs in grades K-12 and JA Job Shadows.
Junior Achievement of Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho was established in 1950 and became part of JAWA in 2013. Currently, JA EWNI offers traditional in-school and virtual programs in grades K-12.
Junior Achievement in Seattle, the Eastside, and the King County metro area of WA State launched its first programs in 1953. In 2005, the JA Education Center in Auburn opened its doors, providing JA’s highest impact capstone programs, JA Finance Park® and JA BizTown®, to students throughout Western Washington. Currently, JA King offers traditional in-school and virtual programs for K-12 students.
Junior Achievement in Northern Washington offers in-school and after-school programs for grades K-12. JA NorWA serves students in Snohomish, Whatcom, Island, Skagit, and San Juan Counties.
Junior Achievement in the South Puget Sound inspires and prepares students in Pierce, Thurston, South King County, and beyond. Currently, JA SPS serves students with traditional in-school and virtual programs for K-12 students.
Junior Achievement in the Southeastern region of Washington State launched its first programs in 1987. Currently, JA SEWA offers traditional in-school programs for grades K-12.