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Kansas Office of the State Bank Commissioner Supports JAG-K

The OSBC proudly awarded JAG-K a $15,000 grant during the 2021-2022 school year. The funds were used to stage the 2022 JAG-K State Career Development Conference in Great Bend.
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Kiowa County Teacher/Coach Honored for JAG-K Leadership

Kiowa County High School coach and teacher Marcus Mitchell recently received six awards for his work as a JAG-K Specialist, including Outstanding Specialist of the Year.
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New Program at MHS Offers Path to Workforce

The program selects students with barriers to success and offers mentoring to help them overcome those barriers and find a path toward a career.
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During Height of the Pandemic, This National Education Program Achieved Some of its Best Outcomes Ever

Based on recently released data, the results for the JAG Class of 2021 are among some of the best in the program’s 41-year history.
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News Release: JAG-K Earns Top National Honor for 8th Year

27 JAG-K school-based programs earned the prestigious 5 of 5 Award for 2021. Each of Kansas’ four regions achieved the 5 of 5 Award standard on a regional basis.
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News Release: JAG-K Presents Awards to Programs, Staff at State Training Conference

At the recent JAG-K state training conference in Wichita, the organization presented a number of awards for the previous school year.
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May 16 2018

Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas Thanks Colyer for Funding Support

JAG-K STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO LINE-ITEM VETO BY GOVERNOR JEFF COLYER, M.D. KANSAS (May 16, 2018) - Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas (JAG-K) President/CEO Chuck Knapp released the following statement in response to Governor Jeff Colyer, M.D.’s line-item veto of a provision in the Fiscal Year 2019 Appropriations Bill that capped ...
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May 3 2018

FOSTER CARE MONTH HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR MORE FOSTER FAMILIES

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 ...
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May 1 2018

A MESSAGE FROM CHUCK KNAPP, PRESIDENT/CEO

From Chuck Knapp, JAG-K President/CEO TOPEKA (May 1, 2018) - Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas helps students prepare for successful futures. All our JAG-K students are facing multiple barriers to reaching their full potential, but in January we started a pilot program for Kansas students facing some of the biggest challenges ...
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