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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.

 

 

JAG-Kansas First Year Success

The Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program successfully completed its first year in the state of Kansas. During this past school year, JAG had 25 programs across the state of Kansas. The great results achieved over the first year have made it possible for JAG to double its programs for the 2014-2015 school year. The launch of JAG-Kansas is one of the most successful launches in the history of JAG. Expanding the program has made it possible for Newton to have an additional JAG program, which will include Chisholm Middle School.

Newton High Graduation Rate

West Florence High School and Bank of America

It has become very important to educate young adults about their financial goals prior to them leaving high school to enter the work force or head to post-secondary training and/or college. At West Florence High School in Florence, South Carolina Bank of America assisted the JAG class in learning about savings goals and their financial futures.

Clark County School District Board Unanimously Approves Expansion of JAG-Nevada Programs in 2014-2015

By TREVON MILLIARD
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
May 9, 2014

A program boasting one of the highest graduation rates among high school students likely to drop out will continue and grow in the Clark County School District next year, due to a unanimous approval from the School Board on Thursday.

Basehor-Linwood Education Foundation Presents First JAG-Kansas Scholarships

By Nico Roesler
Published in Basehor Sentinel, May 7, 2014
Basehor, Kansas

Members of the Basehor-Linwood education community came together this year to present the first Jobs for America's Graduates program scholarships at April's Academic Awards night.

Montana JAG in the Big Apple

Few people ever receive a standing ovation. Culbertson High School senior Elizabeth Hendrickson received two when she was on stage at the SeriousFun Children’s Network Gala in New York City on April 2.

There were seven students invited to perform at the SeriousFun Children’s Network Gala and Elizabeth was one of them.  The benefit was attended by Tony Bennett, Sara Bareilles, Robin Roberts, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Miss America and New York Amanda Mason. 

Honoring Jasmnika Newbern

Jasmnika Newbern of Benton Harbor was named Michigan Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Newbern will be honored during the club’s celebration of Boys & Girls Clubs Week April 14-18.

Announcing 2014 Smith Scholars

The JAG Board of Directors is pleased to announce that 101 scholarship applications were submitted by deserving JAG seniors from seventeen (17) states in hopes of being recognized as a 2014 Smith Scholar.  The JAG Board established two committees to provide oversight of the Kenneth M. Smith Scholarship Fund and the selection of Smith Scholars.  In 2014, applicants submitted the required documentation for the committee members to review and evaluate including:  (1) application; (2) official high school transcript; (3) three letters of recommendation; and (4) two-page essay. 

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