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IN THE NEWS: Hays High School Senior

‘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 their diplomas under the Jobs…

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Troy Findley to Serve on Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas (JAG-K) Board

Former Kansas Lt. Governor and Sebelius Chief of Staff approved at March Meeting TOPEKA, March 22, 2019 – Troy Findley, former Lieutenant Governor under Governor Mark Parkinson, was elected to a two-year term on the Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas, Inc (JAG-K) Board of Directors at the March 19 meeting. Prior ...
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Beverly Mortimer, Vice President of Programming for JAG-K, to participate in Department of Defense Program

Beverly Mortimer among select group chosen to engage with senior military officials and U.S. Service members for the Secretary of Defense’s Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) KANSAS (Feb. 22, 2019) - Beverly Mortimer, Vice President of Programming for Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas, has been selected to participate in the 91st ...
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Kansas Students Visit Topeka for Annual JAG-K Day at the Capitol

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 ...
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