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About JAG

Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) is a state-based national non-profit organization dedicated to preventing dropouts among young people who are most at-risk.  In more than three decades of operation, JAG has delivered consistent, compelling results – helping nearly three-quarters of a 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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Jobs for America’s Graduates and AT&T Team Up to Provide Academic and Career Training in 32 States

Jobs for America’s Graduates and AT&T Team Up to Provide Academic and Career Training in 32 States
Support will help JAG reach more youth at risk of dropping out
 

The Academy at Shawnee Believes Jobs for Kentucky’s Graduates Will Increase Graduation Rates

A panel of speakers gathered in the auditorium at The Academy at Shawnee on Thursday, November 12, to announce a multi-agency collaborative to ensure higher graduation rates. A panel of speakers including (left to right) Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer; Matt Koprowski, 

Liberal High School JAG Students Observe a Student Government Meeting and were Inspired to Run Well-Planned and Organized Meetings

Students from the Liberal High School JAG-Kansas program paid a visit to Seward County Community College Monday, to observe the Student Government Association meeting. While it was business as usual for SCCC/ATS student representatives, the meeting was an eye-opener for the high school visitors. That’s exactly what Will Ponder, JAG coordinator, hoped.

JAG-Kansas Celebrated for Class of 2014 Extraordinary Achievements

Governor Sam Brownback on September 23, 2015 visited Turner High School in Kansas City, Kansas, to herald a program that prepares at-risk youth for postsecondary education and employment. The Governor met with participants in Jobs for America’s Graduates–Kansas (JAG-K) at Turner High to see how the program teaches job and life skills to at-risk middle and high school students and counsels them in career and education paths.

Jobs for Michigan Graduates Makes Difference for Students

As we’re working toward attracting and retaining talent in our region, one of the most vital components is focusing on our youth – the workforce of tomorrow. This requires partnerships in the region and commitment to not only sustain these partnerships, but to continue their growth.

That’s why organizations that specifically target young people like Job’s for America’s Graduates – and locally Jobs for Michigan’s Graduates – are so necessary. They not only assist youth but specifically at-risk youth who may need more guidance than the general public.

Governor Bullock Announces $1 Million Grant to Support College and Career Readiness Programs in Montana Schools

At a celebration at Great Falls High School on September 1, 2015, Governor Steve Bullock announced that Montana received a $1 million grant from USA Funds to support college and career readiness programs in high schools, colleges, and tribal colleges. Bullock was joined by Superintendent Denise Juneau, USA Funds President and CEO Bill Hansen, Jobs for America’s Graduates President Ken Smith, and Commissioner of Higher Education Clayton Christian.

JAG Program Success at Pittsburg (KS) High School

The name of the program is called "Jobs for America's Graduates" or JAG for short. It identifies students at risk of dropping out of high school, then helps them stay in school, graduate, and go right into the workforce. If they chose, they can even go into to college, which is where Ivon Rueda plans to be this time next year.

"I will be the first one to graduate high school and go to college," said Ivon Rueda, JAG program participant.

National Student Leadership Academy

The 2015-16 school year is under way and it is time to start thinking about the National Student Leadership Academy December 3-5, 2015. Please use the link below to access forms and information for the event.

 

National Student Leadership Academy

 

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