TOPEKA (February 8, 2019) – Students representing Jobs for America’s Graduates – Kansas (JAG-K) programs from Augusta and Holcomb traveled to Topeka on February 7 to visit the Kansas Statehouse as part of the annual “JAG-K Day at the Capitol.” Due to weather and safety concerns, many of the 230 anticipated students were unable to…

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DCF announces event and outlines efforts to increase placement options for Kansas kids TOPEKA (May 3, 2018) – Currently, there are more than 7,500 children in foster care. Sadly, these children have been placed outside of their homes by the court for safety reasons. As the number of children in foster care continues to rise,…

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Students interact with legislators, receive Kansas Statehouse tours Pictured: JAG-K State Career Association (SCA) Officers and JAG-K Staff. Back row from left: SCA Vice President Tyrese DeLaCruz, Chuck Knapp, President/CEO, Bev Mortimer, Vice President Program Development. Front row, from left: SCA President Linda Moyo of Newton High School; Governor Jeff Colyer, SCA Secretary Antonio Cooper,…

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Greensburg, Kansas (September 11, 2017) – Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas (JAG-K) students from Kiowa County, Pratt, Stafford, Great Bend, Holcomb, Liberal, and Stafford High Schools attended a career information assembly thanks to a contribution from Amerigroup Kansas. The event was hosted at Kiowa County High School in Greensburg, Kansas.     “JAG-K is excited about…

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