2019 National Training Seminar
"Let's Help Nebraska...
Congratulations 2019 Smith...
Gov. Sisolak joins JAG Board of...
2019 National Training Seminar
The 2019 National Training Sem...
"Let's Help Nebraska"
The Royal Valley High School J...
Congratulations 2019 Smith Scholars!
Twenty-five (25) JAG graduates...
Gov. Sisolak joins JAG Board of Directors
April 16, 2019 Carson City,...

About JAG

Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) is a state-based national non-profit organization dedicated to preventing dropouts among young people who have serious barriers to graduation and/or employment.  In more than three decades of operation, JAG has delivered consistent, compelling results – helping over one million young people stay in school through graduation, pursue postsecondary education and secure quality entry-level jobs leading to career advancement opportunities.




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JAG to Take Part in The It Can Wait® Campaign

The It Can Wait® campaign, first created by AT&T, to end texting and driving has turned into a movement with the addition of key organizations within the wireless industry like Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, US, Inc. and more than 200 additional advocates including Jobs for America’s Graduates.

No Progress for America's Teens in 2013 Teen Summer Job Market

Friday’s Employment Situation report for August 2013 revealed that the U.S. employers added 169,000 net new payroll jobs in August. The revised payroll employment estimates for the entire summer (June-July-August) revealed a gain of 445,000 jobs. Unfortunately, none of these payroll jobs were obtained by nation’s teens (16-19). Despite the fact that both the Center for Labor Market Studies and national job placement firm (Challenger-Gray-Christmas) had earlier projected that teen would benefit with improved summer job market. This development unfortunately did not occur.

Camden High School JAG Presents JAG ANTHEM

Camden High School JAG's - JAG Anthem
Produced By Darrell Robinson
Written By Jirou "Jerz" Williams
Directed By Lauren Adams

JAG-Kansas Launched in 25 Schools Across Kansas!

TOPEKA, KS — A new program has come to Kansas, aiming to keep high school students in school until graduation, and helping them prepare for a future career or further education.

Nicolette Schleisman was at Highland Park High School Monday for the unveiling of Jobs for American Grads at Kansas schools. She spoke with the teacher, and some of his students about how important the course is for them.

“How far I go, depends on me. That is what we will think about each and every day when we come to school,” said Michael Munoz.

Regions Supports Dropout Prevention Programs and Workforce Readiness Training for At-Risk Students

When young people drop out of school, their potential as wage earners — and as bank customers —diminishes greatly. Keeping at-risk students in school and on track for better career opportunities is why Regions vigorously supports Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG).

Youth Crew Comprised of JAG Students and Graduates Helps MDOT with Important Bounce and Scatter Road Salt Study.

The Herald-Palladium 07/24/2013 Copyright 2013
By John Matuszak, HP Staff Writer

Benton Township—This summer, young people working with the Michigan Department of Transportation and Kinexus have shown that they’re worth their salt.

The workers, ages 16 to 24, with the Kinexus (formerly Michigan Works) Summer Youth Work Experience, have been participating in an MDOT study on how salt is applied to roads that could save millions of dollars here and across the country.

An Answer to Dropouts, Youth Unemployment

July 22, 2013

Nevada and our nation currently face a daunting challenge that directly affects the ability of our young people to find work: the high number of high school dropouts. In today’s technology-driven world, a high school education is vital to future success.

2013 National Training Seminar Program Book

The Program Book for the 30th Annual National Training Seminar and Pre-NTS Workshops is available for download.

Program Book