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2022 Goals

NH JAG is committed to supporting youth through career skills training, quality job placement, access to higher education and preparation for today’s workplace, and goals in 2022 include expanding programming to do so. When COVID-19 hit, NH JAG’s goals didn’t change, but instead broadened to hit where the need was addressing healthcare staffing shortages. NH JAG is looking to replicate the success it has had in the Concord healthcare program in Berlin, Keene and Laconia. The organization will continue to work hard to keep youth engaged and on a career pathway, cultivating youth success through collaborative approaches.

Fundraising Events

NH JAG believes that leadership is more than words. It’s action, and it’s important to recognize. That’s why NH JAG hosts an Annual Leadership Awards Breakfast to thank and honor statewide leaders empowering today’s youth, and in doing so, impacting the future. This event celebrates and honors key individuals and organizations that help make NH JAG, and more importantly its students, successful.

NH JAG participates in NH Gives, an initiative of the NH Center for Nonprofits that raises money and awareness for New Hampshire’s nonprofits through an online giving event in June. NH JAG also participates in Giving Tuesday.

Giving Opportunities

There are many ways to help support the vision of NH JAG to ensure New Hampshire’s youth are empowered to achieve their full potential. Donations can be made via mail, phone or online at www.NH-JAG.org. Opportunities also exist for corporate sponsorships, matching gifts and event sponsorships. One can also support the future of young adults through stock transfers or by including NH JAG in your estate planning. AmazonSmile shoppers can support NH JAG as well! Shop online at smile.amazon.com and Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to NH JAG.

Volunteer Opportunities

Community and business leaders can offer their expertise or resources to support the NH JAG program in their area. Share your industry knowledge by volunteering as a guest speaker in a NH JAG classroom or provide learning opportunities to JAG students through company tours or job shadows. Community partners can also make an impact by partnering with a NH JAG program on a local community service project. Other ways you would like to volunteer? We’re all ears.

Board Officers   /   Board Members

David Plante
Treasurer
Penchansky & Co.

Raquel Gelinas
Secretary
Northeast Delta Dental

Ryan Clark
AT&T Services Inc

Christina Cuzzi
Fidelity Investments

Stephanie Dubois
Anthem, Inc

Marc Geaumont
Eversource

Elena Preston
NHHEAF

Joshua Reap
Associated Builders & Contractors

Suzanne Riel
Hannaford

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