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  • 2016 JAG Career Development Conference

      On Friday January 22, over 100 JAG students from our region gathered for the 5th annual JAG Career Development Conference.  Students from Clay, Parke, Vigo and Sullivan counties met on the Ivy Tech campus to compete and demonstrate the skills they have learned during their time in JAG.Once again, local Employers and Community Leaders volunteered to serve as judges for the event.  They judged a wide variety of competitions including Employability Skills, Public Speaking and Entrepreneurship.   After...


  • 2015 Northview JAG 12 Trees of Christmas

    At Northview High School, the JAG program continued a wonderful holiday tradition started by previous JAG classes. For the 3rd year the Northview JAG program has given back to the community through its 12 Trees of Christmas project.  The JAG students partnered with Wagoners Tree Farm to provide free Christmas trees to 12 families in Clay County. While Wagoners provided the trees, the JAG students collected lights, ornaments and tree stands to go with each tree.  The students even spent time...


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