New Hampshire Jobs for America’s Graduates (NH JAG)
Vision – Ensuring New Hampshire’s youth are empowered to achieve their full potential.
The Mission of New Hampshire Jobs for America’s Graduates (NH JAG) is to cultivate youth success through academic, leadership, and workforce opportunities in collaboration with business and community partnerships. NH JAG achieves this by offering year-round, individualized services that are competency based, incorporating Project Based Learning, Resiliency Skills Training, Support Services and Employer Engagement throughout the program.
NH JAG is a statewide program for youth who seek to make the most of their high school education and pursue career and postsecondary educational interests. As part of a strong, national JAG Network, NH JAG teaches young adults academic and workplace competencies. Through comprehensive and proven practices, New Hampshire youth experience the value of a high school education while also developing teamwork, leadership, community service, and workplace skills to prepare them for the challenges and opportunities that await them in the world beyond school. By participating in the NH JAG program, young people across the state can explore career opportunities, discover personal strengths, gain confidence and take pride in their personal achievements.
The positive impact made possible by the NH JAG program is evidenced by the many students who have participated and, as a result, are enjoying rewarding careers and are pursuing further academic training. NH JAG’s goal is to expand and continue to serve these young adults who will become the leaders of our communities in the future. We invite you to Contact Us with questions or to learn more about our programs.
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We are so proud of the work they do – they are our everyday heroes!
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NH JAG is sponsored by the NH Dept. of Business and Economic Affairs, Office of Workforce Opportunity, a proud member of American Job Center Network and an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.