JOBS for AMERICA'S GRADUATES
President George H.W. Bush and...
2018 LEAD Montana Conference
SHRM Foundation Grants $155,000
Governor Bullock Announces $30,...
President George H.W. Bush and Jobs for America's Graduates
As we pause to remember our 41...
2018 LEAD Montana Conference
Helena, Montana- Over 300 care...
SHRM Foundation Grants $155,000
SHRM Foundation Grants $155,00...
Governor Bullock Announces $30,000 for Middle School...
Grant will establish Jobs for...

About JAG

Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) is a state-based national non-profit organization dedicated to preventing dropouts among young people who have serious barriers to graduation and/or employment.  In more than three decades of operation, JAG has delivered consistent, compelling results – helping over one million young people stay in school through graduation, pursue postsecondary education and secure quality entry-level jobs leading to career advancement opportunities.

 

 

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JAG-SC Students go to Washington D.C.

The Swansea High School Students in Action Team placed second nationally in the Jefferson Awards Foundation competition. They were recognized for their service learning project which is to promote community service. 

The team created and serviced a food pantry from which they fed more than 100 families twice a month throughout the school year. The students chose this project because 90 percent of the community lives below the poverty rate. 

34th Annual National Training Seminar Program Book

National Training Seminar - July 12-14, 2017

Pre-NTS Professional Development Workshops - July 10-12, 2017

Theme: "Enhancing the JAG Career Pathway Success!

2017 NTS Program Book

Youth Solutions - New Parent of Jobs for Michigan's Graduates!

When the very definition of your job is to be a change agent, you can imagine the adrenaline rush of creating a program that has the chance to mold the futures of the next generation of workforce champions and change the fortunes of thousands of young people all at the same time. That’s why the excitement at Kinexus of Benton Harbor today is palpable. A homegrown program that started in Benton Harbor is going live across the state.

Jobs for Montana's Graduates Annual IGNITE Montana Conference

Jobs for Montana’s Graduates (JMG) 27th Annual IGNITE Montana Conference (Career Development Conference) was held in Billings, Montana and brought together over 380 students and teachers from across the state on April 26-27.

Teacher of Courage & Conscience Award

Congratulations to Dr. Keith Eric Benson, JAG Specialist on receiving the Teacher of Courage and Conscience Award!

JKG's CDC made possible by AT&T Aspire

Thirteen schools encompassing 114 students from across the Commonwealth of Kentucky gathered in Lexington on April the 14th to participate in JKG’s annual Career Development Conference made possible through a grant from AT&T Aspire.

Teens Get Second Chance in Local Nevada Schools

By Sydnee Scofield  

Posted: Tue 9:48 AM, Apr 18, 2017  

Updated: Tue 10:23 AM, Apr 18, 2017

Jobs for America’s Graduates is a national program, but it’s making a big impact in Washoe County in northern Nevada.

It’s a program designed to boost graduation rates by targeting kids at risk of dropping out of high school, and giving them specialized support.

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