common program services whether in Maine, Florida, Mississippi,
California or Montana. JAG Model services include:
Attainment - participants are
expected to attain JAG's 37 core competencies plus additional
competencies drawn from JAG's 44 additional competency-based modules.
- Career Association
Chapter - participants are automatically
members of the National Career Association and are provided opportunities
to develop, practice and refine personal and leadership skills.
Chapter members are provided opportunities to participate in local
chapter activities and meetings as well as state and national
- Specialists coach participants to improve their academic performance
and remove barriers to career success. Specialists also call upon
professional guidance and counseling staff to provide intensive
- Specialists work with employers to provide graduates with entry
level job opportunities for work-based learning in their chosen
- Supportive adults are recruited as mentors to graduates and
non-graduates. The mentors responsibility is to improve the likelihood
of personal, educational, and/or career success.
- Graduates are provided 12 months of follow-up services that
enhance performance at work or in pursuit of a postsecondary education.
Recovery - Non-graduates are provided with services that
will result in completion of requirements for a high school diploma
or a GED.