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Photograph of ‘The Next Big Thing?' awards

Who’s going to be ‘The Next Big Thing?’

Manx charity Junior Achievement’s flagship event The Next Big Thing will be on Saturday February 20 when 15 young acts will go head to head in the live final of…

Winners of the Appleby Academy 2015

Two Winners Announced For Appleby Academy 2015

Two sixth-form students have been announced as winners of the fourth Appleby Academy, run by Appleby in partnership with Junior Achievement Isle of Man. For 2015, the Appleby Academy expanded…

Students taking part in Junior Achievement's Global Entrepreneur Day

Junior Achievement Global Entrepreneur Day inspires innovators of tomorrow

The next generation of entrepreneurs gained a unique insight into the world of business after Manx charity Junior Achievement, in association with Barclays, held a Global Entrepreneur Day at Ballakermeen…

Lisa Morris

Junior Achievement appoints primary programme manager

Junior Achievement Isle of Man has appointed Lisa Morris primary programme manager. ‘This is the job I’ve always wanted,’ said Lisa who will be working in all the island’s primary…

Rhian O’Leary

QEII High School student receives Junior Achievement Alumni Leadership Award in Berlin

Queen Elizabeth High School’s Rhian O’Leary has become one of only 11 European students to receive an Alumni Leadership Award in this year’s JA-YE Europe Company of the Year competition held…

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Manx charity Junior Achievement seeks more volunteers

Junior Achievement are on target to work with 5,000 Manx students this academic year.  To help support their work in the island’s schools the charity needs to recruit more volunteers. In…

Students taking part in the Junior Achievement Learn to Earn Programme

More than 900 students set to benefit from Junior Achievement Learn to Earn Programme

Young people in the Isle of Man are set to be better equipped for the workplace after Manx charity, Junior Achievement, re-launched its ‘Learn to Earn’ programme thanks to a…

Pictured are members of Intensity Blue from Move It being presented with the award by members of Paul Cooper’s family: his wife, Georgina and daughter, Georgia Cooper.

People’s Choice Award for Intensity Blue

Manx Charity Junior Achievement has introduced a new award as part of its annual talent competition ‘The Next Big Thing’, held at the Gaiety Theatre. The People’s Choice Award has…

Charlie Milner, Isaac Sanderson, Heather Black, Rachael Tumelty, Emma Hodson, Cliodhna Caley, Rhian O’Leary, Katie Watterson together with their Mentor Jason Spooner from Manx Telecom and Ruth Robinson, Director of the Boston Charitable Foundation

QE11 Students have a Monster Success

A team from Queen Elizabeth II High School has won the Boston Group Award for Junior Achievement Student Company of the Year after creating a children’s picture book. The team…