Donald Gerhart’s journey has brought him full circle. A former JAG Arizona student at Tolleson High School, Donald used JAG as a stepping stone to a successful 17-year career in the Air Force. After retiring, he found his way back to JAG as a Coordinator and math teacher at Cooper Canyon High School. Encouraged by … Read more
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BY ELIZABETH KELSEY firstname.lastname@example.org A trio of Dubuque Hempstead students recently were named national finalists in a competition through a career development program that asked them to find solutions for an inequity in their community. Seniors Kialah Hill and Ava Runde and junior Laila Saunders took third place in the Lifting Our Voices for Equity … Read more
2nd ANNUAL JOBS FOR AMERICA’S GRADUATES NATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE CONCLUDES SUCCESSFULLY IN ORLANDO WITH NEW NATIONAL CAREER OFFICERS ELECTED AND 11 COMPETITION WINNERS Students from 24 States Competed in 11 Competitions. Alabama Takes Home First Place in Most Categories; Two Students from Arizona Elected as NCA Officers. Alexandria, Va., April 27, 2023: More … Read more
by Courier-Tribune staff Apr 18, 2023 Updated Apr 21, 2023 SHEBORO — Communities In Schools’ “Jobs for North Carolina’s Graduates” program now has a new site at Asheboro High School, thanks to generous support from Toyota. State Sen. Amy Galey, R-Alamance, whose district includes part of Randolph County, representatives from Toyota and community leaders joined the organization … Read more
11th and 12th graders at Asheboro High School are getting a program designed to help students transition from high school to college and the workforce. Author: Manning Franks (WFMY News2) Published: 5:52 PM EDT April 17, 2023 Updated: 6:07 PM EDT April 17, 2023 ASHEBORO, N.C. — You know how it is, transitioning from high … Read more
We don’t get many parent testimonials so this one is special in many ways so we would like to share it with everyone. Thank you to the mother who wrote such sweet words! We are thrilled to see our programs creating/supporting those in our communities! April 14, 2023 To: DCPS Board Re: The positive impact … Read more