PHS JAG 2016Plymouth High School JAG students traveled to South Bend to attend the Regional JAG Career Development Conference that was held at the Kroc Center on Thursday, January 21st.

WorkOne Northern Indiana invited close to 100 Students from more than 15 Michiana schools to compete in both group and individual events that demonstrate their job skills including writing, speaking and thinking critically.

JAG is a WorkOne sponsored program that stands for Jobs for America’s Graduates and is a state-based national non-profit organization dedicated to

helping youth develop employment skills to succeed in their career pathway for life after graduation!

Plymouth High School’s JAG Specialist Katie Duran is honored to announce her

JAG students placed in five separate categories at the Regional Career Development Conference. The students and the categories they placed in are listed below:

Mia Arroyo: Outstanding Senior – 2nd Place

Alejandra Diaz: Public Speaking – 3rd Place

Alejandra Diaz: Community Service Blog – 2nd Place

President Stacy Diaz, Vice President Katy Corsaw and Nathan Corsaw: Entrepreneurship Plan – 2nd Place

Hayley Brown: Brochure – 2nd Place

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. Students were graded on their performances, and the top selected students were selected to more on to a statewide competition. The above statement is posted on the JAG website. To find out more about the Jobs for America’s Graduates program you can visit the website at:


Attached Photo:

Front Row: (starting from the left) Leo Baca 11th, JAG Specialist Katie Duran, Alejandra Diaz 11th, Stacy Diaz 12th, Kayla Brissette 12th, Mia Arroyo 12th.Back Row: Nathan Corsaw 11th, Logan Carroll 11th, Amee Ferrell 11th, Katy Corsaw12th, Hayley Brown 12th