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Tomorrow’s players and influencers are mentored today. With us, you can contribute to the expertise and future of young people.

Work for children and young people

Our partners enable our important work to promote the entrepreneurial, working life and economic skills of children and young people in Finland.

For young

Let’s work together towards the objective

Our objective is that in 2025, up to 80% of schools in Finland utilises our entrepreneurship, working life or economic skills programmes or services.

Get to know our partners and means of cooperation!

Elo Mutual Pension Insurance Company

Briefly about our activities

Junior Achievement association provides educational institutions with programmes and services that develop entrepreneurial, working life and economic skills. Through our activities, we help teachers promote these skills from early childhood education to higher education. Our objective is for every child and young person to have equal opportunities to learn and experiment with the important skills of the future. We are part of the global Junior Achievement network, which reaches more than 10 million children worldwide every year.

Our association is bilingual and some of our programmes are also available in English.

Read more: About Junior Achievement association

All our partners

Main partners

Fennia logo
Elo logo
SEB logo
Roschier logo
Yksityisyrittajain saatio logo
OP Group logo

Cooperation partners

Munifin logo
HP logo
ManpowerGroup logo
Euroclear logo
Innovestor logo


Liikesivistysrahasto logo

Network partners


Institutional partners


“Thanks to entrepreneurship, I do not have to choose which of my dreams to pursue”

Jessica Huhtinen, an alumnae of the Junior Achievement association, is working towards one day having a fitness and gymnastics clothing brand under her own name. Entrepreneurship began to revolve in her mind and in vocational school it was possible to carry out the Company programme developed by the Junior Achievement association. “I already knew how to sew, so I wanted to focus on the business side of my studies. Eventually, the teacher entered me in the Junior Achievement association’s Uskalla Yrittää competition and I won the OP Group award.” Jessica shares a tip to others dreaming of entrepreneurship: Listen to the customer. A satisfied customer will recommend you. Good players will be remembered.

Text: Ulla Alakangas
Photo: Marko Koivistoinen/ Kuvakeikka

Jessica Huhtinen | Photo: Marko Koivistoinen: Kuvakeikka

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