Youth Corner

Giving Back

As an integral part of the NH-JAG program experience, students proactively choose and contribute in a variety of community-based activities that result in building leadership, organizational and workforce skills, as well as demonstrate firsthand the powerful outcomes of their direct efforts.

Visit our Youth Corner Today page to view a sampling of some of the most recent initiatives.

Other examples include volunteer initiatives with the following organizations:

  • Special Olympics
  • Food Pantry
  • Publishers Clearinghouse
  • Salvation Army
  • Local Nursing Homes
  • David’s House
  • Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer Awareness
  • American Red Cross
  • Live and Let Live Farm
  • Penacook Community Center

 

 Developing Work Skills

In order for students to apply the work skills knowledge learned in the classroom, NH-JAG encourages each student to explore part-time employment during the school year.  JAG encourages each student to explore part-time employment during the school year.  Each of our school programs develops a marketing strategy to not only engage local employers as guest speakers, but to assist in providing  opportunities for job shadowing and full or part time employment.