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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.

 

 

South Dakota Secretary of Education Melody Schopp Reported Jobs for America’s Graduates Reduces the Dropout Rate among Native American Populations!

By Jackelyn Severin, January 16, 2015, SD Public Broadcasting

South Dakota’s Secretary of Education says overall South Dakota students are doing well but there are few areas that could improve. The Department of Education provided a plan to lawmakers outlining 4 major goals to help students become ready for college and the workforce when they leave K-12.

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AT&T PROVIDES $168,120 CONTRIBUTION TO IOWA JOBS FOR AMERICA’S GRADUATES

Funds to Combat Dropout Crisis and Promote Workforce Readiness

One Millionth Student Identified and Honored

Des Moines, Iowa, December 18, 2014 AT&T today announced a $168,120 contribution to Iowa Jobs for America’s Graduates (iJAG) to combat the high school dropout crisis in Iowa and prepare students for jobs and careers.

MacArthur student gives back while moving forward with her own recovery

URBANA--A Decatur student is turning her tragedy into a reason to create Christmas cheer and her classmates are helping her spread the holiday spirit. 

Taylor Beck is no stranger to hospitals, but she's always managed to make it home for the holidays. 

Jobs for Maine’s Graduates Teamed Up to Help Those Less Fortunate This Christmas!

Posted Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at 6:00 pm
By Tania Morales, WABI TV 5

http://wabi.tv/2014/12/16/students-fulfill-holidays-many/

Nearly 70 students with the program “Jobs for Maine Graduates” teamed up to help those less fortunate this Christmas.

After spending a month fundraising more than $3000, the students went shopping in Skowhegan.

Laconia Middle School NH-JAG Empty Bowls Fundraiser Dinner 2014

On Thursday, November 13th 2014, Laconia Middle School NH-JAG students hosted ‘The Empty Bowls Fundraiser Dinner’ to raise money for a local food pantry. 

Over 100 teachers, students, families and community members attended the fundraiser.  Attendees donated a suggested amount of about $10 for a hand-made ceramic bowl.  A popular local restaurant, Tavern 27, contributed lobster corn chowder and vegetable chili to serve for dinner. 

JAG-Michigan/Kinexus and United Way Help Corey Huston of Benton Harbor Overcome Barriers to Employment

Corey Huston of Benton Harbor assembles automotive reflectors at Regal Finishing in Coloma. He got the job through the Benton Harbor Bridge Academy with Kinexus, which receives funding through the United Way of Southwest Michigan. Huston is one of almost 67,000 people helped by the United Way in 2013.

JAG Board Member John Engler is 2015 Association Executive of the Year

Association TRENDS announced John Engler as the TRENDS 2015 Association Executive of the Year.

Engler is president of the Business Roundtable, which represents CEOs of leading U.S. corporations. He also has been the chief staff executive at the National Association of Manufacturers and before that was a three-term governor of Michigan.

Gov. Jay Nixon visits Kennett High School to meet with students, recognize innovative program that keeps at-risk students in school

Kennett, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today visited Kennett High School to meet with students, teachers and staff and to discuss the school’s successful implementation of the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program, which is designed to keep at-risk students in school to earn their degrees. The Governor, who was named as a member of JAG’s national board of directors this summer, held a roundtable with students participating in the program before speaking to a student assembly at the school.

GoDaddy Supporting Jobs for America’s Graduates 2014 National Leadership Awards in Washington, D.C.

Support will help JAG reach more youth at risk of dropping out

(November 2014) GoDaddy, the world’s largest technology provider dedicated to small business announced its support of Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) to help at-risk youth graduate from high school and become college and career ready.

A Perfect Cure

 

HCA's John Steele -- HRE's 2014 HR Executive of the Year-- is breathing new life into an organization that has seen its share of challenges and change.

By Mark McGraw
Tuesday, October 14, 2014

A lot can happen in 20 years, and it certainly has in the nearly two decades that John Steele has spent with the Hospital Corporation of America.

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