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JAG-K donation gives 100 laptops to some of Kansas’ most vulnerable students

A donation of 100 Chromebooks to Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas will help provide some stability for students in foster care.
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JAG-K Receives Donation to Help Students in Foster Care

Transition Services received a donation of 100 Chromebooks that will help students in foster care with their schoolwork.
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35 JAG-K Programs Earn Top National Honor

For the sixth consecutive year, the Jobs for America’s Graduates national organization announced that the Kansas affiliate earned the organization’s 5 of 5 Award.
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Topeka High JAG class plants seed for the future

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…
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JAG-K Students Succeed Regardless of Race, Ethnicity

Grad Rate and Employment Success are Higher for JAG Students of Color
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Jun 4 2020

HHS JAG-K junior headed to nationals for math competition

By Cristina Janney, Hays Post, June 3, 2020 - see the original article here Hays High School junior Jonathan Rupe placed first at the state JAG-K competition this spring, qualifying him for nationals. However, Rupe, 17, of Hays said JAG-K has helped him do more than just hone his math ...
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May 28 2020

HHS student qualifies for National Student Leadership Academy in D.C.

Original article in Hays Daily News, May 26, 2020 TOPEKA — More than 200 students from Jobs for America’s Graduates – Kansas (JAG-K) programs across the state participated in the organization’s annual State Career Development Conference (CDC), held virtually this year. Winners of the 10 different areas of competition held ...
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May 28 2020

JAG students compete in virtual event

Original article in Garden City Telegram, May 28, 2020 TOPEKA -- More than 200 students from Jobs for America’s Graduates – Kansas (JAG-K) programs across the state participated in the organization’s annual State Career Development Conference (CDC), held virtually this year. Winners of the 10 different areas of competition held ...
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