New Ulm Area

Junior Achievement is the world’s largest organization dedicated to offering innovative financial literacy, college and career readiness, and entrepreneurship education. Our New Ulm Advisory Board has 9 active members and one part-time staff person.

Read how JA programming correlates with Minnesota Academic Standards

Erica Kimsey, District Manager
P.O. Box 701
New Ulm, MN 56073

Ways you can get involved with JA
    • Volunteer in a local elementary, middle or high school classroom. The elementary school program consists of five lessons (30-45 minutes per lesson) that can be delivered weekly. The middle and high school programs run six to twelve weeks, depending on the specific curriculum chosen. Sign up today!
    • Make a gift to support JA programming in the New Ulm area. Your support can help hundreds of students learn real-world skills that will prepare them to succeed in school and beyond. A gift of $25 will support one student. Donate now.