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Representative Ginny Shaver Supports JAG
Representative Ginny Shaver Supports JAG
The Cherokee County Jobs for Alabama’s Graduates (JAG) Program recently held their annual JAG Banquet at Gadsden State- Cherokee. State Representative Ginny Shaver was in attendance and presented the JAG program with a Community Service Grant, worth $1000.00.

The keynote speaker of the evening was Cherokee County Career Tech Director and Tech School Principal, Brett Keasler. Mr. Keasler shared his background in business and industry.
Career Tech February Students of the Month
Career Tech February Students of the Month
Career Tech February Students of the Month

SkillsUSA

20 days ago

SkillsUSA is a national membership association serving high school, college and middle school students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations, and for further education. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel.

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SkillsUSA District Competition, Bevill State Community College

Automotive

Participants Hunter Lewis, Cody Herrick, Keyton Abernathy

2nd Place Diesel

Keyton Abernathy placed 2nd in the Diesel competition.

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By Anita Nation

Jobs for Alabama's Graduates

20 days ago

The JAG Multi-Year Program lasts up to 60 months and includes over 700 hours of professional JAG specialist support. Prospective students are identified in middle school and begin the JAG program in their 9th grade year and continue through graduation. This early intervention including classroom instruction, counseling, employability skills development, and job placement services results in a graduate with a quality job or enrollment in a post-secondary education and training program to further their career pursuit.



North District Career Development Conference

Hundreds of Alabama students attended the 2020 Jobs for Alabama's Graduates North District Career Development Conference on March 3, 2020, at the Marriott Shoals Hotel & Spa, Florence, Alabama.  Students competed in various areas including Employment Interview, Decision Making, Communication, Problem Solving, JAG Bowl (Quick Recall) and more. Additionally, students had the opportunity to meet business and industry professionals as they participated in career development and leadership workshops.

Alana Huskey

placed 4th in the Communication Triathalon at the 2020 Jobs for Alabama's Graduates Career Development Conference.

Katlyn Rooks

placed 3rd in Employment Interview at the 2020 Jobs for Alabama's Graduates Career Development Conference.

Brook McDuff

placed 1st in Decision Making at the 2020 Jobs for Alabama's Graduates Career Development Conference.


JAG QUIZ BOWL

JAG Quiz Bowl winners, Kayla Bishop, Tiara Dark, Shady Duke, and Shadow Salano, advance to the State Career Development Conference in Birmingham on April 7, 2020.