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A donation of 100 Chromebooks to Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas will help provide some stability for students in foster care.Read More →
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Topeka Capital-Journal, July 23, 2020 See original article For Carlos Kelly and Topeka High’s Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas students, the last couple of months have been all about planting a seed. Since mid-May, Kelly and fellow JAG-K career specialist Teresa Leslie-Canty have been working with a group of Topeka High JAG student volunteers to build…Read More →
Garden City Telegram - May 21, 2019 Students from Garden City High School and Holcomb High School became the first students from their respective towns to qualify for the Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas National Student Leadership Academy. Vianca Esquivel of Garden City, who qualified in regional JAG-K competitions earlier this ...Read More →
'I knew I needed that second chance' Hays Daily News: Juno Ogle Of the more than 170 Hays High School seniors who will cross the stage Sunday afternoon, eight of them in particular overcame some incredible odds for the honor. The eight are the first Hays High students to earn ...Read More →
14 students qualify for National Student Leadership Academy in Washington, D.C. TOPEKA (April 25, 2019) - Jobs for America’s Graduates – Kansas (JAG-K) hosted more than 200 JAG-K students from across Kansas at its annual State Career Development Conference (CDC) in Salina on April 17, 2019. The students, who qualified ...Read More →
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