Junior Achievement Partners With DFS Guam to Teach JA Global Marketplace at Jose Rios Middle School

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Guam – Junior Achievement partners with DFS Guam to teach JA Global Marketplace at Jose Rios Middle School HAGATNA, GUAM – Junior Achievement of Guam announced today that they successfully implemented and completed a JA Global Marketplace Program® in partnership with DFS Guam volunteers.
JA Global Marketplace provides practical information about the global economy and its effect on students’ daily lives. Students explore six key aspects of the global economy. 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.

• Apply their knowledge of the global economy to their daily lives.

DFS Guam recruited 33 employee’s to teach international business concepts to over 300 eighth grade students at Jose Rios Middle School.

Beth Lizama, Executive Director of Junior Achievement of Guam, said, “The students learned valuable skills that they can apply to daily lives. They were engaged in activities that raise their awareness of the culture of
conducting business internationally.

This is especially important to our  Guam students who mingle with tourists from around the world whenever they are out shopping or eating in restaurants. She added, on behalf of the JA Board, thank you to DFS Guam, students, parents and Jose Rios Middle School teachers and administrators who helped make this program successful”.  

[L-R Back Row: Keiko Nishida, Donna Williams, Francine Cruz, Alicia Roberto, Iris Gaza, Carol Quinata, Gina Artero, Adrienne Camacho, Gina Duenas, Cindy Cruz; Middle Row: Francine Duenas, Charisse, Oftana, Janet Rapadas, Roberta Yamamoto, Grace Anderson, Beth Lizama, Justina Toves, Rochelle Rasco, Arlene Dalmacio, Ellen Garcia; Kneeling Front Row: Tatum Taitague, James Guntrip, Jomari Pico, Aniceto Golveo and Marco Paguio Volunteers not in photo: Joann Camacho, Mike Takano, Manny Macario, Emma Patarwaran, Hillary Martinez, Luana Concepcion, Antonette Arceo, Francis Guerrero and Nia Lim].