JAG Escanaba Teens Explore Manufacturing Jobs

ESCANABA — A group of Escanaba High School students are exploring career options, and Thursday, they took part in a tour at Engineered Machined Products.

Many of the students are part of the program Jobs for America’s Graduates. It was the first time many of these upperclassmen have been to EMP, but one thing they had in common was an interest in manufacturing.


JAG-New Hampshire Berlin Summer Program

During the academic year, JAG students juggle a very busy schedule.  They attend class, many work outside the school day at full-time jobs and all participate in activities and fundraising in their individual JAG programs.  This busy schedule does not conclude at the end of the school year. One of the characteristics that sets JAG … Read more

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My Trip to Washington, D.C.

My trip to Washington, D.C. By Michael Aguire, Member Prudential Leads Team I had the honor to be a part of the Prudential Leads Team to represent JAG Arizona at the JAG National Student Leadership Conference which has been held in D.C. every year. I was encouraged by my JAG coordinator, Mr. Kartler, to interview … Read more


JAG Annual National Leadership Awards Luncheon Washington Hyatt on Capitol Hill

JAG Annual National Leadership Awards Luncheon Washington Hyatt on Capitol Hill Theme:  “Success with Student Employment against the Odds” The JAG community gathered, as they do each year, in the Nation’s capital to recognize the leadership, donors, volunteers, and students across the JAG National Network. These events are a culmination of the hard work and … Read more


JAG was Best Kick-off at the NIISA Annual Meeting and Conference in Las Vegas

A group representing Jobs for America’s Graduates-South Dakota at the Wagner Community Schools delivered one of the keynote presentations, “Student Success and the JAG Model,” at the National Indian Impacted Schools Association (NIISA) Annual Meeting and Conference in Las Vegas, NV, December 5, 2011.    Individuals from Wagner Community Schools speaking at the conference included … Read more