Injaz Palestine
Financial Literacy
The financial Literacy programs that INJAZ delivers to school, college, university, and youth clubs students provide them with the knowledge and experience they need today, to ensure that they are equipped to wisely manage their money and build wealth, the programs that are delivered for INJAZ beneficiaries make a positive impact on today’s youth by putting financial literacy into practice, and provide youth with the essential skills they need to ensure sound money management and decision making throughout their lives. INJAZ brings business leaders and youth together in order to build financial literacy knowledge and inspire and prepare youth by offering their real-world
Banks in action

Through hands-on classroom activities and local, regional, and national competitions, JA Banks in Action teaches students the principles of the banking industry, and introduces them to the challenges of successfully operating a bank in a competitive environment. JA Banks in Action not only educates young people around the world about the banking industry, but also encourages them to become better citizens and smarter consumers

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Enterprise in Action

Students learn about the Palestinian economy. The course introduces the different types of private enterprises. It discusses the role of the private sector in society as the largest producer in the economy, and the social responsibility of enterprises. The course also defines the role of the public sector.

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JA Economics for Success

Explores personal finance and students’ education and career options based on their skills, interests, and values. It also demonstrates the economic benefits of staying in school.

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JA Exploring Economics

Through hands-on classroom activities, JA Exploring Economics fosters lifelong skills and knowledge about how an economy works, including micro-, macro-, personal, and international economics.

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Personal Economics

Students assess personal skills and interests, explore career options, learn job-hunting skills, and discover the value of an education. Students learn about budgets, personal and family financial management, and the use and abuse of credit.

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