Junior Achievement is one of the largest social organizations that encourage young people around the world, preparing them for the job market. The organization has been present in Brazil since 1983, operating through a network of over 150,000 volunteers, having reached to date more than 5 million students.
Junior Achievement’s educational programs combine financial literacy with the development of entrepreneurial skills, aimed at preparing future citizens to undertake the challenges and responsibilities in this increasingly dynamic world of ours. Through the delivery of cutting-edge, experiential learning in financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship, we create pathways for employability and job creation.
As a supporter of Junior Achievement, G5 Partners regularly sponsors entrepreneurial education projects in K12 public schools in the city of São Paulo, while encouraging the voluntary participation of its partners and employees in the execution of these same projects.
In 2018, a group of employees and partners from G5 implemented the “Miniempresa” project from Junior Achievement with a group of high school students from Etec – Takashi Morita.