Jobs for Mississippi Graduates
The JAG National Organization and Jag National Network will make a measurable decisive difference in the outcomes of the public education and workforce development systems at the national, state, and local levels.
Office of State Auditor
JMG would like to send a special thanks to everyone that helped make the middle school CDC a great event.
Some of our special guest who helped with student competitions
Left to Right:
Vera Butler - MS Department of Human Services, Dr. Nicole Campbell-Lewis - Governor's Office,
Maxine Hardiman - MS Department of Employment Security,
Rev. Kennis Harris - Job Corp.
Jobs For Mississippi Graduates would like to congratulate
Simmons High School Teacher of the Month
Janice Galloway !!
JMG's mission is to keep young people in school through graduation and provide work-based learning experiences that will lead to career advancement opportunities or to enroll in a postsecondary institution that leads to a rewarding career.
Competition Winners for the 2014 Career Development Conference
"JMG - One Vision, Once Voice, One Goal"
Gentry High School
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First Place - Broad Street HS
Second Place - TIE - Simmons HS and Riverside HS
Third Place - Jim Hill HS
Fourth Place - Hazlehurst HS
Fifth Place - Natchez HS
Words From the Workplace
First Place - Montiera Sandifer - Forest HIll HS
Second Place -Shantasia Thomas,Crystal Springs HS
Third Place - LaDonshay Dampier - Coahoma County HS
Fourth Place - Myesha Turner - North Panola HS
Fifth Place - Sky Davenport - William Sullivan HS
Creative (Critical) Thinking Skills
First Place - Mashun Trunnel - Callaway HS
Second Place -Ashanique Johnson - Gentry HS
Third Place - Zedekiah Collins - M. S. Palmer HS
Fourth Place - Avery Jones - Natchez HS
Fifth Place - James Clanton - Provine HS
Employability Skills (Job Interviewing)
First Place - Monisa Stallion - Humphreys County HS
Second Place - Johnathan Davis - Callaway HS
Third Place - Vicky Butler - Murrah HS
Fourth Place - Aaron Tate - Hattiesburg HS
Fifth Place - Johnathan Lynch - Hazlehurst HS
Fifth Place - Charity Davis - Ruleville HS
First Place - Gentry HS
Second Place - Canton HS
Third Place - Humphreys County HS
Fourth Place - Murrah HS
Fifth Place - Port Gibson HS
First Place - Timmy Kimber - Humphreys County HS
Second Place - Tyeisha Price - Gentry HS
Third Place - LaBria Barnes - Port Gibson HS
Fourth Place - Trakila Whitehead - Coahoma County HS
Fifth Place - Micah Taylor - North Panola HS
First Place - Kierra Gardner - Gentry HS
Second Place - TIE - Amber Rimpson, Callaway HS and Gabriel Bridgeman,Canton HS
Third Place - Dalvin Tyler - Simmons HS
Fourth Place - Stewart Thurmond - Hazlehurst HS
Fifth Place - Halie Simpson - Riverside HS
JMG & AT&T TEAM UP
Governor Phil Bryant, Executive Director Ramona Williams, Dr. Ken Smith and Mr. Mayo Flynt featured in this photo. The At&T Foundation Grant was awarded to Jobs for MS Graduates, Inc. — with Ramona Williams.
JOBS FOR AMERICA’S GRADUATES & AT&T TEAM UP WITH
GOV. PHIL BRYANT TO HELP MISSISSIPPI STUDENTS SUCCEED
Support will help JAG reach more youth at risk of dropping out
JACKSON, MS, January 31, 2014 —Gov. Phil Bryant joined officials from Jobs for America’s Graduates and AT&T* Mississippi to highlight the importance of education and workforce development for Mississippi’s economic future.
Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) and AT&T are working together to help raise the high school graduation rate in Mississippi by expanding mentoring, tutoring and other academic support for students at risk of dropping out of high school. Jobs for Mississippi Graduates received $30,000 in funding as part of a $1 million contribution from AT&T to allow the national non-profit to add new schools and/or expand existing programs with proven records of success in keeping kids in school.
“Today, Mississippi is experiencing the strongest growth in our economy since 1999, our unemployment rate continues to fall and our GDP has reached $100 billion for the first time in state history,” said Gov. Phil Bryant. “By continuing to focus on education and workforce development, we can make Mississippi’s future even stronger.” “A robust education system is central to the future of our state,” said Mayo Flynt, president, AT&T Mississippi. “By focusing on programs with proven results, we can have a measurable impact on the students that need it most and help us to meet our goal of improving graduation rates and building a strong workforce here in Mississippi.”
JAG programs help underserved students overcome barriers to graduation through mentoring, tutoring, academic support and links to social services among other interventions. With a high school diploma or General Educational Diploma, students are guided into post-secondary education, entry-level careers or the military.
Board Member David Horton of Monsanto pulled the winning ticket and National JAG President, Dr. Ken Smith was on hand to witness the drawing. Executive Director Ramona Williams Esq. would like to thank all for their donations and contributions in our fundraising event. The event supports our scholarship fund.
MRS. DIANNE KNOTT IS THE WINNER OF THE JMG SUPER-BOWL TICKET FUND-RAISER CONTEST.
JMG Statistics 2013
Retention Rate = 94.5 %
Graduation Rate = 93%
4 Year College Enrollment Rate = 19.52%
2 Year College Enrollment Rate = 23.94%
Other Education or Training Rate = 1.19 %
Further Enrollment Rate(how many went to college) = 43%
Total Civilian Job Placement Rate = 24.62%
Total Positive Outcomes Rate = 71.82%
September Newsletter 2013
The September 2013 newsletter highlights the summer through fall highlights of this astonishing organization. The events include the 2014 Superbowl drawing, and also the annual professional development
opportunity for the 32-state
JAG National Network. Click here to read more....
Upcoming Event News Career Development Conference
Career Development Conference (CDC)
The CDC Conference was a success. JMG would like to thank everyone who made this event possible.
Upcoming Event News 5th of Every Month
ATTENTION JOB SPECIALIST
All TANF Forms are due on the 5th of every month
Upcoming Event News December 13, 2013
JMG General Board Meeting, Location TBA
Jobs for Mississippi Graduates