2017-08-12 / Local

NH-JAG announces new executive director

ArnettArnettMANCHESTER, N.H. — Janet Arnett has been promoted to executive director for New Hampshire Jobs for America’s Graduates (NH-JAG). Arnett has been associated with NH- JAG since 2006 as the program manager.

JAG supports youth seeking to make the most of their high school education and pursue career and postsecondary educational interests and is part of the national JAG network that teaches academic and workplace competencies. NH-JAG currently operates five high school programs in Berlin, Manchester, Raymond, Hampton and Woodsville and two “out-of-school” programs in Claremont and Concord. 

Prior to NH-JAG, Arnett was at the Concord Regional Technology Center in the culinary arts program and served as the training manager at the Mountain View Grand Resort and Spa.

Additionally, she has a strong record of service to groups ranging from the Claremont Opera House to Skills USA to Children of Sullivan County.
 
“As NH-JAG celebrates its 30th anniversary, I look forward to continuing to strengthen opportunities for youth throughout the Granite State and identifying new areas for program growth,” Arnett said.
 
“Supporting high school graduation, future employment and career options is key to our vision to ensure that New Hampshire’s teens and young adults are empowered to achieve their full potential.”
 

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