Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. Your feedback is very valuable to us!

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* 1. Please provide the following information. (School and Teacher Name Required)

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* 4. My JA volunteer training helped prepare me for a successful teaching experience in the classroom.

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* 5. Would you recommend Junior Achievement to a friend or co-worker? (If no, please elaborate below.)

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* 6. Did you teach all the required material in each JA lesson?   (If no, please elaborate below.)

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* 7. Please evaluate our JA program materials and your overall Junior Achievement volunteer experience.

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My JA staff contact was helpful and supportive.
The classroom teacher provided me with enough support.
The hands-on activities of my JA program were effective and engaged the students.
JA lesson topics illustrate the importance of staying in school by bringing the world of work into the classroom.
My overall JA experience was positive.

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* 8. Is there any type of additional training or support that would have improved your last JA classroom volunteer experience? Please check all that apply.

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* 9. JA has a variety of volunteer options to help impact Arizona students.  Please check all opportunities that you would like to learn more about.

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* 10. OPTIONAL QUESTION:

Please share a short story that illustrates the impact of JA programs on your students so that we can share it with others. (All stories will be entered to win a $100 gift card at the end of the 17-18school year.)

Examples:

- How our JA programs impacted a particular student? Ex. "Johnny never thought that he’d achieve anything, since no one in his family has even graduated high school, but now he wants to go to college to be a doctor.”

- How our hands-on materials helped a student grasp a particular concept. (e.g. Did you see any shift in students’ behavior?)

- The impact of JA programs on your classroom of students.

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