National workforce development programs can also take a local approach. For over 40 years, JAG has helped the nation’s most vulnerable young people stay in school, graduate and acquire the professional skills and credentials to gain employment or enter postsecondary education.Read More
Two Emporia High School sophomores placed in the top 10 in national competitions during the JAG National Career Development Conference in Orlando last week.
Kameron Welch placed third in career preparation and A.J. Hase placed ninth in prepared speaking.
More than 200 students from JAG-K gathered at McPherson College on March 22 for the organization’s annual State Career Development Conference (CDC). The event was sponsored by the Kansas Office of the State Bank Commissioner, Synchrony Financial and the Taco Bell Foundation.Read More
Liberty Gilkey, a senior at Kiowa County High School, was announced Wednesday as recipient of the second annual JAG-K Bud Estes Memorial Scholarship honoring the memory of the late Kansas state senator from Dodge City.Read More
Beloit High School senior Kylie Smith was named recipient of the JAG-K Mortimer Scholarship for seniors in high school at the JAG-K Career Development Conference Wednesday at McPherson College.Read More