Jobs for America's GraduatesJobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) is a state-based national non-profit organization dedicated to preventing dropouts among young people who are most at-risk. In more than three decades of operation, JAG has delivered consistent, compelling results – helping nearly three-quarters of a million young people stay in school through graduation, pursue postsecondary education and secure quality entry-level jobs leading to career advancement opportunities.
2016-2017 JAG Officers
President Destiny Lizana V.P. of Leadership Development Ma'Kenna Weber V.P. of Career Development Kylan Pittman V.P. of Civic Awareness Joey Storey V.P. Social Awareness Kyla Neroes V.P. of Community Service Vondasha Barton Secretary Arriana McGary Historian Cameron Ledet Trreasurer Arianna HartAsssitant Vice Presidents: Deyonce Banks (Career Development), Romeshia Watkins (Social Awareness), Grayland Brumfield (Community Service), Deiontae Robertson (Civic Awareness), and Arthur Ashton (Leadership Development)
Initiation & Installation Ceremony - October, 13, 2016Top Row: Representative Chris Broadwater, Matt Greer (Instructor), Kris Labruzzo (Principal), Kyla Neroes, Arrina McGary, Arianna Hart, Romeshia Watkins, Mayor Pete Panepinto, Makenna Weber, Vondasha Barton, Cynlarrious Brown, Donneisha Mack, Trent Thomas, Tyrese Toney, Charles Blackwell, and Ms. Lisa Fussell (TPSS Supervisor of Career and Technical Education); Bottom Row: Brandy Scott, Davineka Badon, Mark Watts, Deion'tae Robertson, and Oshoun Wells, Mark Watts, Deion'tae Robertson, and Oshoun Wells
Last Modified on October 18, 2016