To volunteer for JA, please complete the following volunteer information form. Make sure you hit the Submit button, or your application will not be sent to our office! You may also call our office at (270) 684-7291 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request an information sheet be sent to you.
Yes! I would like to volunteer for JA!Volunteer Information Form
Information Highighted in green is required!
First Name: Last Name:
Other Name (if you go by something other than your first name):
Gender: Female: Male
Ethnicity (Please note this is for statistical purposes only): <-- Make Selection -->WhiteBlackHispanicPacific IslanderHawaiianNative AmericanAsianMulti-Racial
Have you volunteered with Junior Achievement before?: Yes: NoPlease note that all new volunteers will be required to attend a new volunteer training sessions prior to the first scheduled JA session. A JA staff member will contact you to scheduled your training.
Company / School / Organization Name (If applicable.):
Work Title (If applicable, please mention if you are a student / parent / or retired):
Preferred Correspondence Method (Please check all that apply): Mail: Company/School/Organization: Home Email: Company/School/Organization: Home Phone: Company/School/Organization: Home: CellCompany / School / Organization Contact Information(If Applicable)
Street Address (If different than mailing address):
City, State, Zip:
Phone and Extension:
Home Contact Information
I would like to volunteer for (Check all that apply)?: Fall (Aug.-Dec.): Spring (Jan.-May)
Which level would you prefer to volunteer in (Check all that apply)?: : Elementary (K-5th): Middle School (6th-8th): High School (9th-12th)
Please list which county (counties) that you would prefer: Ohio Valley - Breckinridge, Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, McLean, Ohio, Perry (Ind.), Union and WebsterPennyrile - Caldwell, Christian, Crittendan, Hopkins, Livingston, Lyon, Muhlenberg and TriggPurchase - Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Marshal and McCracken
If you would like for Junior Achievement to send a thank you letter to your immediate supervisor / manager or another individual within your company at the conclusion of the school year, please complete the following:
Supervisor / Manager Name:
City, State, Zip:
Have you been convicted of a felony within the last seven years?: Yes: No
If you have been convicted of a felony within the last seven years, please provide an explanation.:
Volunteer Conduct Standards
Each year Junior Achievement staff shall convey these standards in writing to all volunteers prior to their first visit to the classroom. Staff shall review these standards verbally, as well, with volunteers teaching for the first time.
Junior Achievement (JA) serves youth. JA volunteers teach valuable lessons in their program delivery and especially in their conduct with students. Adult misconduct with or in the presence of youth carries serious consequences. Because Junior Achievement cares that its volunteers have healthy, appropriate relationships with the youth they serve, it has established the following standards.
1. Young people look to adults for examples of appropriate behavior. JA volunteers must use appropriate language and model honorable behavior, such as respect, integrity, honesty, and excellence. Profanity or sexualized language or jokes are inappropriate when working with students, regardless whether it occurs face-to-face, over the Internet, or by any other means. JA strictly forbids violating any state law regarding interactions with youth; for example, providing them alcohol or legal or illegal drugs, or coaxing them into illicit relationships over the Internet or otherwise.
2. Volunteers must take particular care when touching youth. Most adults understand the difference between appropriate physical contact such as a handshake or pat on the back, and contact that is sexual or disrespectful. Volunteers also must be cognizant of how any physical contact may be perceived.
3. Interactions with students must both be appropriate and appear appropriate. It is expected that volunteers’ interactions with students are at all times appropriate and professional, and are strictly related to the role of business mentor. It is unacceptable to seek or engage in one-to-one meetings with students at any time.
4. Volunteers are responsible for the quality of interactions. Students often find it difficult to state discomfort or objections. Volunteers must be especially sensitive to physical and verbal cues that youth provide.
The aforementioned standards do not represent a comprehensive list. Other actions not included could result in suspension or dismissal as a volunteer. JA volunteers also must read and comply with
JA’s social media policy.
Junior Achievement takes all complaints of misconduct seriously. Credible allegations of misconduct will be promptly reported to the appropriate authorities. During any such investigation, the JA volunteer will be placed on leave. If an investigation determines misconduct occurred, it will result in the immediate and permanent dismissal as a JA volunteer.
Any JA staff member or volunteer who reasonably suspects misconduct must report these suspicions immediately to the appropriate JA staff person with their JA Area.
** By clicking submit, you acknowledge that the information is correct to the best of your knowledge. In addition, you agree that you understand and agree to abide by the Junior Achievement Volunteer Conduct Standards!
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