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Jobs for Michigan’s Graduates

JMG uses the well-established Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) model with components including classroom instruction, competency-based curriculum, adult mentoring, advising and support, employment training/work experiences, career exposure, student-led leadership development and postsecondary education exploration. JMG offers career exploration and soft skills development in 72 Michigan cities, with over 100 programs serving 4500+ youth annually.


JMG focuses on supporting youth in an in-and-out of school context emphasizing dropout prevention, dropout recovery, and school-to-career transition. A key component of JMG programming is the relationship between youth and the JMG specialist who deliver the program. Specialists are trained in trauma informed care and not only focus on the educational development of their youth, but also on their emotional well-being.

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