NH JAG Programs
NH JAG offers two model programs for youth who seek to pursue career and post-secondary educational interests. Through partnerships with training providers, schools, employers and communities, NH JAG provides under served students facing multiple barriers to success with a comprehensive program leading to a career pathway.
1) Multi-Year High School Model
2) Out-of-School Model
Through the Multi-year (high School) model, NH JAG teaches young adults academic and workplace competencies 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.
The NH JAG out-of-school program funded through Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) focuses entirely on “Healthcare Sector” training. The program serves young people ages 16 to 24 providing them with an opportunity to obtain a credential and become a License Nursing Assistant. Students complete LNA training, receive academic, career counseling and complete a work experience in the field. Once license by the NH Board of Nursing, participants enter employment and receive 12 months of follow up services. Students who have not attained a high school diploma also receive services and support leading to an academic credential.