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Sue Cook (Junior Achievement), Katie Nicholson (Bridge Angel Network), John Garland (SPARK Impact) – Callum Dentith, Mikey Makin and Andrew Gomersall from Flux.

Perfect pitch: JA Company Programme student team win ISLEXPO 2018 Pitch It! first prize

Flux, the student team from Queen Elizabeth II High School who took third place in Junior Achievement’s Company of the Year competition in March, have won first prize in the…

A five-day sponsored trek along the Great of Wall China has raised more than £14,000 for Manx charity Junior Achievement.

Great Wall of China trek raises more than £14,000 for Junior Achievement

A five-day sponsored trek along the Great of Wall China has raised more than £14,000 for Manx charity Junior Achievement. 23 people from the Isle of Man took part in…

A team from Ramsey Grammar School have won the Boston Group Award for Student Company of the Year 2018 as part of the Junior Achievement Company Programme.

RGS team wins Junior Achievement Student Company of the Year 2018

A team from Ramsey Grammar School have won the Boston Group Award for Student Company of the Year 2018 as part of the Junior Achievement Company Programme. Jumpstart – Phin…

Oliver Venables has become the 1000th student to have attended a mock interview workshop at Ballakermeen High School organised by Manx charity Junior Achievement.

1000th student completes Junior Achievement Mock Interview Workshop

Oliver Venables has become the 1000th student to have attended a mock interview workshop at Ballakermeen High School organised by Manx charity Junior Achievement. Now in their sixth year the workshops…

Students' taking part in the Learn to Earn programme

Students’ understanding of the workplace strengthened thanks to Zurich grant and Junior Achievement

The Island’s Year 9 students are set to gain a deeper understanding of the workplace and employers’ expectations after the Z Zurich Foundation (the insurers’ charitable arm) provided a three-year…

Group photograph of The Next Big Thing 2018 finalists

15-year-old conjures up winning performance to become The Next Big Thing 2018

Table magic using a banana, a bandana and a pack of cards has seen 15-year-old Giles Beaumont become the Next Big Thing 2018. The Young Magician of Mann honorary member…

Caitlin Collister has been announced as the winner of Appleby Academy 2018, earning a paid summer placement with the offshore law firm.

Appleby Academy Winner Announced

Caitlin Collister has been announced as the winner of Appleby Academy 2018, earning a paid summer placement with the offshore law firm. Each year Appleby invites Year 13 students to…

Steph Stock, Richard George & Joy Spence

‘Dashed’ fine performance boosts Junior Achievement’s funds

Junior Achievement has received a boost to its funds after Richard George took part in last year’s Santa Dash and raised £1,308 for the Manx charity. Mr George said: ‘I’ve…

Antoinette Taylor

Junior Achievement appoints Primary Programme Assistant

Junior Achievement Isle of Man has appointed Antoinette Taylor Primary Programme Assistant, a new position for the Manx charity made possible thanks to a three-year grant from the Z Zurich…