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2019 National Training Seminar

The 2019 National Training Seminar and Professional Development Workshops will be held in sunny Orlando, Florida at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort, July 7-12.

High School Students Storm Capitol During JTG Day on the Hill

Nashville) – More than 80 seniors now know much more about Tennessee state history. They also now know Governor Bill Lee personally. 5 Jobs for Tennessee Graduates (JTG) programs; Anderson County Career & Technical Center, Centennial High School, Columbia Central High School, Fairview High School and Oneida High School comprised the group. Some students and JTG specialists traveled more than 3-hours to attend JTG Day On The Hill. The late March event began with a visit from Governor Bill Lee on the Capitol steps.
 

Schools Nab Grant to Continue Grad Coaching

By John Shipley Junior

Palatka Daily News

Source: https://www.palatkadailynews.com/news/schools-nab-grant-continue-grad-coaching

Putnam County School District officials announced Tuesday the awarding of a major grant to further develop the Jobs for Florida Graduates program in the district.

Kenzie Academy to Grant $300K in Scholarships

By Reed Parker, Writer/Reporter

INDIANAPOLIS -Apprenticeship and coding school Kenzie Academy is partnering with Jobs for America's Graduates to grant $300,000 in scholarships to current high school seniors and recent alumni across the state. The scholarships will give JAG Indiana seniors and alumni the chance to study several tech fields for a reduced tuition rate.

2019 Kenneth M. Smith Scholarship Application

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Since 2009, the Kenneth M. Smith Scholarship Fund has awarded 154 scholarships. One hundred and twenty-four scholarships were for $1,000 and thirty-two were for $2,000 for a total of $188,000 in scholarships for JAG graduates. Funding for the KMS Scholarship Fund has come from JAG Board members as well as the Western Union Foundation, Lillian Goldman Trust, Strategic Partnerships LLC and Corporate Education Resources, Inc.

Cedar Rapids teens urge peers to 'stop the violence'

CEDAR RAPIDS — The physical confrontations 16-year-old Amelia Barnes has seen in her high school leave her feeling uneasy and on edge.

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