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JA South Africa Hosts the JA Africa Company of the Year Competition

JA South Africa Hosts the JA Africa Company of the Year Competition

We're throwing back to last week, when JA South Africa hosted the JA Africa Company of the Year Competition. Relive the event and see all the competitors through Twitter Moments.

JA Takes Center Stage in China

JA Takes Center Stage in China

JA China was honored as one of a handful of nonprofit organizations officially recognized as foreign NGOs under China’s new NGO law.

JA Announces Partnership with The Global Education & Leadership Foundation (tGELF)

JA Announces Partnership with The Global Education & Leadership Foundation (tGELF)

The Global Education & Leadership Foundation (tGELF) and JA Worldwide officially launched our partnership at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad, India, last week.

INJAZ Al-Arab and INJAZ Egypt Host the Young Entrepreneurs Competition 2017

INJAZ Al-Arab and INJAZ Egypt Host the Young Entrepreneurs Competition 2017

Each year, INJAZ Al-Arab (JA in the Middle East and North Africa) celebrates Arab youth at the Young Entrepreneurs Competition. 

Locker Room Talk, Which Started as a JA Sweden Company, Receives One Million Kroner Award

Locker Room Talk, Which Started as a JA Sweden Company, Receives One Million Kroner Award

A JA Sweden student company formed in 2016 to speak frankly about gender equality and macho culture in locker rooms received a one million kroner award from soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Business of Fun Contest Winner Announced

Business of Fun Contest Winner Announced

Sylvia Chong’s "Token for a Queue" innovation makes her the JA Worldwide and IAAPA Foundation Top Innovator! See photos and read her review of her time in Orlando.

JA Americas Creates Pathways to Employment for Latin American Youth through EmpleaTECH

JA Americas Creates Pathways to Employment for Latin American Youth through EmpleaTECH

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), JA Americas, SAP, and ManpowerGroup are collaborating on an initiative that will train 2,400 young people in the next three years.