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2015 Toy Drive Disbursment
JAG Students Support Maricopa County Sheriff’s Youth Assistance Foundation’s Toy Drive

 

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Youth Assistance Foundation (YAF) is partnering with Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates (JAG) students for the second year in order to support the YAF Annual Christmas Toy Drive. Click here for more

Belen Gonzales
Jobs for America’s Graduates Recognizes Belen Gonzales

 

Jobs for America’s Graduates recognized the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, and Program Officer Belen Gonzalez as a critical partner of Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates and dedicated champion of Arizona’s foster youth, awarding her the National Above and Beyond Award. Click here for more

JAG Alumni and Sparky talk about the college experience
JAG Students Hold 1st Annual Scholarship Lock In

 

On Friday, December 2nd, ASU West campus hosted nearly 80 JAG students for JAG’s inaugural Scholarship Lock In. Read More…

JAG students prepare for Tolleson Pride Day
JAG Youth Give Back During Tolleson Pride Day

 

On Saturday, October 22, JAG Works West Valley youth participated in Tolleson Pride Day; a day committed to improving the community.Click here for more

JAG Works Professional Association leaders networking with local Representatives.
JAG Students Across Arizona Join the Career Association

 

JAG students from JAG programs across Arizona are participating in Initiation and Installation ceremonies as they officially join the JAG Career Association.Click here for more

JAG Works Professional Association leaders networking with local Representatives.
JAG Students Learn Leadership Skills from Local Community Leaders

 

On September 22nd, Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates held its annual Leadership Conference where over 100 student leaders from JAG’s Career Associations all gathered together in order to learn more about their roles in leadership positions. Click here for the story

JAG Works Presidents and VPs gather together
State Representatives host JAG Works students at the State Capitol as part of their leadership and civic engagement education.

 

On Sept. 15th, Students from both JAG Works West Valley and Central Valley met together for the first time as they made their mark at the State Capitol. Click here for the story