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Thanks to the dedication and commitment over 13,500 business mentors, Junior Achievement continues to provide programs free of charge to young Canadians.  

Junior Achievement is part of the solution to bridging Canada’s talent and leadership gap. With your support we inspire youth about career possibilities, help them manage finances, start a company and realize their potential. Your participation is what makes life achievements possible for our future employees, consumers and leaders.

  • - Develop a skilled and talented workforce
  • - Motivate a generation of responsible citizens
  • - Secure our future economic prosperity
  • - Ensure Canada’s competitiveness in a global market
  • - Build vibrant and healthy communities



The importance of entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and work readiness is key to your future success.  Learn how Junior Achievement can help you develop successful financial management skills, explore the potential of becoming an entrepreneur, and provide you with the skills necessary to succeed in a global economy.  Since 1955, over 4 million Canadians have called themselves an “Achiever”. 

Scholarships and Awards

Each year, Junior Achievement awards scholarships  to students across Canada. For complete details and nomination applications, please click here.

Next Generation Leaders

The Next Generation Leaders Forum is recognized globally by JA Worldwide® as the premier international conference for Junior Achievement Youth. Each year, future business leaders from across the globe connect with leading experts from business schools and industry. This international forum provides youth with the business skills required for them to lead successful organizations of the future.  Visit for more information. 

National Ambassador Network Team 
The National Ambassador Network Team is a body of achievers and alumni who represent the student image of Junior Achievement. Within the team, there are currently two levels: the National Representatives and the Charter Representatives. Through their work, these ambassadors will become the driving forces behind a national ambassador front and an idea sharing platform aimed to create a consistent national brand and consistently look at ways to improve the overall quality of Junior Achievement’s program. For more information, visit

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CPI welcomes all parents to enroll their children in grade 5 through grade 11. Summer school commences in July & the school year commences in September.