JAG CT Welcomes Hartford Public High School

JAG CT is pleased to announce that a new program will begin serving students this January at Hartford Public High School.

Keylon Levine, seated at left, joins the JAG CT team and will housed primarily in HPHS’ Academy of Nursing and Health Sciences.  His JAG class will begin after the Martin Luther King Holiday, and Keylon is excited to begin interviewing and working with students.

The expansion is made possible by a grant from AT&T via JAG National, part of a larger effort to bring JAG’s proven leadership development services to more students and to improve states’ workforce readiness. AT&T is a strong supporter of JAG and JAG CT, and its senior Vice President of Public Affairs and Chief Sustainability Officer, Charlene Lake, serves on JAG’s national Board of Directors.

Keylon took part yesterday in a team meeting at New Britain High School. From left are Courtney Sak of New Horizons in New Haven, Lead Specialist Justine Meyer of Manchester High, Keylon, Nicole Jones of Hillhouse High in New Haven, Patty Damiani of East Hartford High School, Richard Hegeman of New Britain High School Satellite Careers Academy, and Emily Carver of New Britain High School.

Welcome Keylon, and thanks to AT&T, the Hartford district, Hartford Public High, the Academy of Nursing and Health Sciences!

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