JA Corporate Challenge

Step up to the Challenge…

Heated competition. Great prizes. Appetizers. Beer and wine. The clincher? It’s all for a great cause!

Join us for the Junior Achievement Corporate Challenge! Gather a team of co-workers (up to 4), or come solo to network and meet new people. Pick your challenges and gear up for some friendly competition on your quest to become JA Corporate Champion.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019
5:30 – 9:00 p.m. (registration from 5:30-6pm)
Earle Brown Heritage Center, Brooklyn Center (directions)

Congratulations to our 2018 (November) winners:

JA Corporate Challenge Champions – Xcel Energy
JA Titan Champions – University of St. Thomas MBA
JA Trivia Champions – 3M
Play for JA – teams from KPMG, CliftonLarsonAllen, Cargill, and H.B. Fuller

Pick two…

Participants select a game of choice for each of the two rounds of play.

An interactive computer simulation where teams compete against other local professionals to most effectively run a fictitious company. One team will be named JA Titan Champions. Webinar and video training available to any interested participants. Recommended; not necessary to participate.A heated competition to test your knowledge of JA curriculum concepts, Minnesota business trivia, and the occasional pop culture nugget. One team will be named JA Trivia Champions.Raffle items, food and drink, and fun games (cornhole, giant jenga, and more) provide a fun atmosphere to network with other business professionals.

Participation is easy!

Early bird discount available until October 20.
Includes up to 4 players and 25 raffle ticketsPick your games and we'll pair you with other individualsThis is a great opportunity to get your brand in front of 25+ major businesses in Minnesota while supporting JA. register-now-button-blue
Early bird: $500
After 10/20/19: $600
Early bird: $125
After 10/20/19: $150
Sponsorships start at $5,000 and include team entries.sponsor-info-button-blue





Photos are available for download from our Flickr page. Please give credit to Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest.