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About JA India December 2011

  1. 1. About JA India‘...what I have been taught till now is making me expect something out of my life and acquire knowledge‘-- A young JA India student on a JA India program 1www.jaindia.net
  2. 2. Junior Achievement WorldwideWorld’s largest organization dedicated to educating students! • 120 Countries • 9.8 Million Students • 400,000 Classrooms • 380,000 Volunteers Founded in 1919 2
  3. 3. Student impactScale and geographic coverage 60,000 Actual Student Impact Plan 52,600 Direct presence 50,000 2.Bangalore 50,000 3.Chennai 4.Delhi/NCR 35,400 5.Hyderabad 40,000 6.Mumbai 35,000 Remote presence % YoY growth 2.Chandigarh 30,000 3.Coimbatore 130% 4.Jaipur 22,600 5.Kolkata 20,000 6.Pune 130% Serviced in FY11 9,800 10,000 9.Aarani 10.Ahmedabad 3,915 1,370 150% 11.Guwahati - 180% 12.Kotagiri PE June 07 PE June 08 PE June 09* PE Mar 10 FY 11 (A) FY 12 13.Kumbakonam (A) (A) (A) (A) (Till Oct 2011) 14.Madurai 15.Mannargudi ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS VOLUNTEERS 16.Ooty 17.Salem 150+ 1400+ 18.Yercaud Schools and colleges Business volunteers JA India students perform better in their exams * July 2008 to June 2009 …because they see the connect from the classroom to the workplace 3 Above actuals do not include JA CWAP Interactive (March July 2010: ~ 2,000 unique accesses), Cognizant Associates put through Cognizant Careers program (~4000 associates)
  4. 4. JA India: What drives us?The questions that concern us and therefore drive our efforts Do students understand the working world? And the ways to engage with the working world? Do they understand how economic, social and business environment are impacted by work? Do they understand the role of the individual, their education and specific abilities for succeeding in the real world? Are they prepared for the real world? 4
  5. 5. So what does JA India do?JA India programs built on combination of following themes …to make students workforce readyJA India believes more children in India need to go to school. JA India also believes, the issue of functional illiteracy, inthose already in school, is equally acute to merit an intervention. JA India narrowed in to engage the student in the schoolin his/her capacity as the future professional. The student already in the education system is the first to join the workforce,focusing on their workforce readiness would cause the most immediate benefit . 5
  6. 6. What actually happens on the ground?Current stakeholder engagement model Working or retired Academic Institutions JA India professionals F F E Develop programs E Enlist support of institution head, E E Evangelize concept through choose appropriate JA Program debrief sessions D Develop program delivery models D B B A A Develop program and delivery Select/Classify/Train/Orient Evangelize for C partnerships C interested individuals Student buy-in K K for in-classroom anchoring Call for voluntary JA Classroom 5-16hrs programs, Schedule volunteers to participation to first pilot conducted thro’ classroom programs single day and multi day formats Continuous program Grow the relationship scheduling Follow on scheduling for new Grow the relationship based on pilot feedback for new student batches programs, where individuals based on feedback from interested and available students/teachers/observers Done by JA India Done by JA Volunteers 6
  7. 7. JA India: Volunteer on-boarding processFor current volunteer engagement model Offline communication: Brochures / JA India Debrief sessions: Registered volunteers PPTs / emails / website 1-2 Hr session conducted by JA India Stage I: Debrief Program specific training-cum-orientation session for Trained volunteers registered volunteers ~ 3 Hr session conducted by JA India / Pioneer Volunteers Stage II: Training and Orientation Live classroom observer sessions Assignment to independent classroom sessions JA India provides detailed volunteer guides, content and toolkits to assist volunteers conduct the classroom sessions Stage III: In classroom deployment 7
  8. 8. What is in it for you?Benefit from JA India proven Programs and Engagement Corporates Volunteers •Helps your employees engage with a social •JA enables you to impact social thought cause using something they know – •JA programs provides you a structured outlet to themselves and their work fulfill your desire to teach, impact a school, help •Helps build organization image in a more students with no added workload on you passive manner – since volunteers deliver the program •Our Program and Volunteer management model referring their professions and organizations ensures student interactions is done with focus on •Enhances leadership skills and public speaking continuity and sustenance so your efforts are skills of your employees not wasted •Sensitizes your employees to upcoming •At less than 4-6 hours of your volunteering time per thought processes and ideas, makes them aware of month, children get to explore and aspire to people who influence the future become like one of you. 8
  9. 9. JA Careers with a PurposeOur Flagship, Foundation, Focus Objective: Target Audience: •Introduce students to the world of business, Class X through XII Students (14-18 years) organizations and industries and introducing limited business and economic concepts. •Understand the role of professions in the larger economic, business and social environment and Volunteer Profile and Commitment: the essential difference in various professions •More than 6 years of experience •Expand their awareness of opportunities •6 hours over 4 sessions of 1.5 hrs each available and analyze capabilities required •Sessions usually conducted on 4 consecutive •Evaluate along the dimensions of individual Saturdays fitment to various opportunities. 9
  10. 10. JA Careers with a PurposeDetails of the full fledged program that is broken down to constitute our Work Readiness Program How can I REFLECT on What is the PURPOSE of What is your SENSE of How can I MOVE what career will fulfill my work? the working world forward? purpose? Why do people work? What is working Requirements to fulfill What are my environment? while choosing a opportunities? career? [SEEK] What kind of work What are functions, My preferences while The importance of would I like to do? roles, responsibilities? choosing a career? making the right [VISTA] decisions. What do people do at Career, Industry and Mapping SEEK and How can I make the work? economy – what is the VISTA in our mind right decisions? connect? What are career paths? 10
  11. 11. FY12 | Phased, sustained targeting with existing program framework50,000 students but 100,000+ program interactions…to create a collaborative alumni network Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade V VI VII VIII IX X XI Student Entry INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION MY WORK WORK AND WORKREADY WORKPLACE SIMULATED TO WORK TO WORK INTEREST WORKPLACE Intra-Inter school Explore WORK Combine WORK, Shadowing real WORK Focus On How Focus On How Workshops and SEEK as a SEEK and VISTA world work Student Company Products Come To Products Come experience READINESS Students To Students emphasize WORK / combination that leads to CAREER as building blocks spaces in the search of a PROGRAMS (Production Focus) (Supply Chain CAREER Focus) Introduce CAREER with Introduce SEEK INTEREST PURPOSE Underlying MFM Conclusion JACWAP KID Mini Factory Model (JACWAP) JACWAP Job Shadow JACoP Concept / Framework SEEK Intro Career Clusters INTRODUCTION UNDERSTANDING PROBLEM TO FINANCE SUCCESS SOLVING OTHER WELL Introduce Concept Explore the idea of Solve unstructured of Money, SUCCESS and its problems thereby ADOPTED Savings, Spending various hues so as introducing and Charity in a to provide a concepts of team, PROGRAMS Game based balanced view interpersonal and Program communication skills JA-HSBC program Underlying JA More Than JA Problem JA Success Concept / Framework Money (MTM) Solving 11
  12. 12. JA India VolunteeringCorporate Engaged or engagement process commenced 12
  13. 13. JA India SponsorsJA India funded by grants from Indian Corporates (Founder Members) 13
  14. 14. Volunteering expectations WORK AND INTEREST (Grade VIII) INTRODUCTION TO WORK (Grade V/VI) MY WORKPLACE (Grade XI) WORKREADY (Grade IX) MY WORK (Grade VII) JA Student Company Program WORKPLACE (Grade X)Volunteer Profile and Commitment: Volunteer Profile and Commitment: Volunteer Profile and Commitment:•No minimum work experience criteria •4+ years of work experience •10 years + work experience•Program duration •Program duration: 4-6 hours •Program duration: Long haul • Grade V/VI: 2-3 hrs •Format: 2-4 sessions of ~1.5 hrs each programs , 40+ mentoring • Grade VII: TBD •Sessions usually conducted on hours•Format consecutive Saturdays •Format: Weekly/fortnightly • Grade V/VI: 1-day, 1-session •Weekday sessions an option if mentoring sessions across 6-8 • Grade VII: TBD convenient to school and volunteers months•Weekday or weekend 14
  15. 15. What JA education programs are not… JA India education programs are NOT – Replacements for regular academic programs – ‘Additional’ courses to be offered as ‘electives’ in academic institutions – Skill / capability certification programs 15
  16. 16. Thank You! JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT INDIA SERVICES (A Company registered under Section 25(1)(a) of the Companies Act, 1956) www.jaindia.net16 © 2006 - 2011 Junior Achievement India Services.
  17. 17. Additional Slides17
  18. 18. Relative economic output | Why are other nations generating more? India: How do we explain this difference when we have a very talented workforce ! There are structural constraints and issues around efficacy of talent: Do we need to redress functional illiteracy amongst educated talent?18
  19. 19. Unemployment! | Where do they go even if we were to prepare all educated youth? Total annual new workforce Workforce absorbedIn 5 years, one in every supply: 15 Millionfour new global workers UNEMPLOYEDwill be Indian. 3.0mn Poorly educated Agriculture workforce Uneducated or educated upto Class 7 agriculture labor More Jobs16 Mn new heads each UNDER EMPLOYEDyear Better Jobs 4.0mn School educatedAddition of 300mn < Class 10 agriculture laborworkers by 2025 Unorganized workforce 4.0mn Less than Graduates More InvestmentPressure on agriculture | < Class 12 unorganized labor  JOBS18% of GDP, 56% of Graduates in unorganizedworkforce sector 3.5mn Graduates and above Graduates in organized EMPLOYEDShifts | Farm to non- sectorfarm; rural to urban Organized workforce Be more Generate employable more value BE WORKREADY 15.00 12.00 Securing the future of Youth would # of heads (Mn) require 8.00 2.Making resources cheap 4.00 3.50 3.Substantially more MSME jobs 2.00 16 Years Grade VII Grade X Grade XII Graduates Organized <<< Milestone Employment Estimated enrollments per year 19Source: Secondary research