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JA Global Marketplace®

JA Global MarketplaceBlended Model introduces students to the global marketplace and the ways in which countries buy and sell from each other. Through completion of this program, students gain an understanding of producers and consumers in the interconnected global market. They analyze the similarities and differences among countries and the effects of free enterprise.

Following participation in the program, students will be able to:

-- Explore the global marketplace and the ways in which countries buy and sell from each other.
-- Understanding of producers and consumers in the interconnected global market.
-- Analyze the similarities and differences among countries and the effects of free enterprise.

JA Global Marketplaceis part of the JA Work and Career Readiness Pathway and is recommended for middle school students. It consists of seven 45-minute sessions and offers two implementation options:

-- Basic implementation includes Sessions One–Six delivered by the volunteer.
-- Advanced implementation includes Sessions One–Six delivered by the volunteer and Session Seven delivered by the teacher or volunteer.

The program is a blended program, available in classroom-based and remote synchronous implementation.

JA teachers and volunteers are encouraged, as part of this program, to utilize the resources available in JA Connect™ Learning Pathways, located at This self-guided experience includes interactives, JA Digital Career Book, games and apps for student use.

JA programs support national and state standards in reading, mathematics, social studies, and work and career readiness. See below for more information on alignment with national and state standards.

Program Concepts

Business, business ethics, career exploration, communication, cultural awareness in international business, cultural differences, cultural norms, 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

Skills Students Learn

  • Analyze charts and evaluate information
  • analyze human behavior
  • categorize data
  • decision making
  • describe how need leads to innovation
  • entrepreneurial thinking
  • examine resources
  • follow instructions
  • identify business responsibilities
  • identify foreign currency
  • identify international job requirements
  • identify positive and negative traits
  • interpret charts and graphs
  • learning a second language
  • making customer-based product decisions
  • negotiating
  • reading a spreadsheet
  • reading comprehension
  • recognize and apply terms
  • recognize consequences of trade barriers
  • teamwork
  • trading
  • understanding business and cultural etiquette
  • using a currency calculator

In the Works

Hutton Development

Scheduled for completion and opening in Spring of 2021, we've partnered with Hutton, Inc. and NextSite to bring Alabama's First Food City to Albertville along with an Ulta, Five Below, and restaurant outparcel to be announced in the near future. With over 54,000 square feet, the Albertville store will be one of the largest among Food Cities in the nation; and, will serve as the development anchor, complete with a Starbucks, full service meat and seafood department, wide variety of locally grown and sourced produce, pharmacy, and fuel station outside. Located at the premiere site in Marshall County, the Albertville Marketplace project will serve as a redevelopment of the former K Mart site and sits at the intersection of Highway 431 and Highway 75 seeing over 44,000 vehicles per day. photo of construction Site of new grocery store in Albertville

Picture of Front of New Food City Grocery Store

Hampton Inn/Buffalo Wild Wings: 

The City of Albertville has landed another name-brand hotel. In partnership with developer Clear Properties, LLC, the city has added a new, four-storied Hampton Inn by Hilton. The hotel will have 84 rooms, with king and double queen bedrooms. Amenities will also include a meeting space, fitness room, swimming pool and the newest Hampton Inn version of exterior design.

Just in front of the new Hampton Inn will sit a brand new Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant developed by Drinkard Development of Cullman, AL. This will be the national chain’s first restaurant on Sand Mountaart rendering of new Hampton Inn hotel development coming to Albertville, ALPicture featuring Buffalo Wild Wings Chicken Wingsin located near the intersection of U.S. Highway 431 and Alabama Highway 75.

Fairfield by Mariott: Being built on an 8-acre tract off of U.S. Highway 431, approximately 1.8 miles from the soon to open Sand Mountain Park & Amphitheater, will sit be a brand new Fairfield by Mariott hotel. Out of the hotel’s four stories and 79 rooms, theArt rendering of new Marriott Hotel locating to Albertville, ALre will be approximately 25 suites. The hotel will be part of a hospitality and event park with retail and outparcels for restaurants. An additional parcel will house an event center, outparcel for additional lodging and extra parking for the event center and boats.

Spurlin Pointe Multi-Tenant Development (Firehouse, Dunkin Donuts, Baskin-Robbins):

With site work and construction well underway, the shopping center being developed at the intersection of Rose Road and U.S. Highway 431 is on logo icon for Firehouse Subs restauranttrack to bring several big national-chain brands to Albertville thanks to local developer Spurlin & Company. Additional retail space has been secured flogo icon for Dunkin Donuts Coffeeor a bicycle and outdoors shop to be soon released.

Logo icon for Baskin-Robbins ice cream

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Health Insurance Marketplace Plans in Marshall county AL

There are 7 Health Insurance Marketplace Plans available in Marshall county Alabama from 1 health insurance providers. There are 1 Catastrophic plans that emphasize coverage for hospitalization or serious illness. And 1 Bronze Plans that cover 60% of expenses, 2 Silver Plans that cover 70% of expenses, 2 Gold Plans that cover 80% of coverage and 1 Platinum with the highest coverage at 90%. The Lowest premium offered for an adult individual Age 27 in Marshall county is $134.14 and the highest is $299.43.

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The premium information provided is a approximate. Many factors can change your premiums. Please verify premiums on your state exchange or at or with the insurance company or an agent. NOTE: Premium amounts do not include tax credits that will lower premiums for the majority of those applying, specifically those with income up to 400 percent of the federal poverty level.

Metals Explained
Bronze Covers 60% of expenses.
Silver Covers 70% of expenses.
Gold Covers 80% of expenses.
Platinum Covers 90% of expenses.
Catastrophic: Catastrophic plans are only for hospitalization or serious illness. For people under 30 or with hardship exemptions.

Group Premiums
Family: Two adults age 30, With 2 children
Single Parent Family: 1 adult age 30, 2 children
Couple: 2 adults age 40, no children
Child: 1 child any age

Note: This document includes data from plans in the Federally-facilitated and State-Partnership Marketplaces. Those data were pulled from the Health Insurance Oversight System (HIOS) for Federally-facilitated states, and from the System for Electronic and Rate Form Filing (SERFF) for the partnership states. They are current as of September 27, 2013, and are subject to change. For counties in Alaska and Nebraska, the premium rates shown are for the rating area within that county with the highest population. For counties in all other states, the premiums shown are for all persons residing in that county. The premium amounts do not include tax credits that will lower premiums for the majority of those applying, specifically those with income up to 400 percent of the federal poverty level.


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