What is JMG?
Jobs for Maine Graduates (JMG) partners with public education and private businesses to offer results-driven solutions to ensure all Maine students graduate, attain post-secondary credentials and pursue meaningful careers. JMG is a collaborator with each of its strategic partners and partnering schools, tailoring its role to support individual curriculum, cultures, and offerings by filling voids and gaps that existing resources can’t meet. All work together in moving students forward and celebrating shared achievements. JMG is the only nonprofit in Maine offering a continuum of support to help students transition from middle school through high school graduation, on to post-secondary education, through degree attainment and connections to successful career pathways. If you would like more information about participating in JMG please contact Ryan Sweeney at email@example.com or 445-1500.
The Latest from JMG
Junior Achievement: 7th graders with Carrielyn Reynolds from New Dimensions Federal Credit Union. Carrieyln was a volunteer in the classroom, teaching the Junior Achievement Program, “It’s My Future.” (April 2023)
Mentoring at the Primary School: Pictured are 8th grade students mentoring at China Primary School. (Spring 2023)
JMG Students: Students showcase JMG signage.
Junior Achievement: 8th grade students with Carrielyn Reynolds of New Dimensions Federal Credit Union. Carrielyn was a volunteer in the classroom, teaching the Junior Achievement Program, “Economics for Success.” (January 2023)
8th Grade Life Goals: Pictured you will see students expressing their life goals!
Teamwork Activities: Pictured are students working on various teamwork activities from the 2022-2023 school year.
Giving Tree 2022: Students set up the tree, made tags, and organized the gifts to be donated to the Town of China Christmas Program. China Middle and Primary Schools partner to collect the gifts.
Socktober: Students showcased the socks that were collected as part of the Socktober sock drive. China Middle School JMG took the lead and was assisted by Messalonskee Middle School and Erskine Academy. In all, 600 pairs of socks were donated to the Maine Children’s Home Christmas Program. (October 2022)