Business, business ethics, career exploration, communication, cultural awareness in international business, cultural differences, cultural culture, currency, customer, educational and legal requirements, etiquette, exchange rate, export, free trade, immigration, import, innovation, interdependence, international careers, international trade, market, marketplace, migration, product, product safety, production, profit, quota, resources, service, specialization, standards, subsidy, tariff, trade, trade barriers, trade embargo


Financial Literacy 

Work Readiness 

JA Global Marketplace provides practical information about the importance of international trade, what makes world trade work, and how trade affects students’ daily lives.

The goal of this program is to explore six key aspects of the global economy. The six activities in this program focus on each of these aspects: international markets, international law, international cultural exchange, international flow of human resources, international flow of information, and international flow of financial capital.

Following participation in the program, students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of these six aspects to analyze historical events and contemporary international business concepts and practices and apply their knowledge of the global economy to their daily lives.