JAG-K is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that helps students prepare for successful futures.
For an investment of approximately $1,500 per student, JAG-K helps students overcome various barriers, graduate from high school, and move on a successful career path. The administrative costs of JAG-K are less than nine percent of the total budget.
The program is primarily funded with a federal grant administered by the Kansas Department for Children and Families. JAG-K also relies on private funds from investors including AT&T, AT&T Kansas, John Deere Coffeyville Works, Walmart and Taco Bell, as well as personal and in-kind donations.