RHS JAG-K organization builds marketing campaign and discusses stress management


Written by: David Elliott
Publication date: 05-05-2022

Russell High School’s Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas, or JAG-K, organization worked in April to create a marketing campaign to promote JAG-K and what the program is all about.

The students divided into groups and each group built their own part of the marketing campaign. JAG-K students presented their campaign to students during their council period, hosted a networking event, and also provided information to high school students and parents.

Raina Tomlinson, RHS JAG-K Career Specialist, recently spoke about the campaign on KRSL’s morning show.

JAG-K students also participated in a stress management and self-care unit that discussed stress they might face in the workplace.


JAG-K is a 501(c)3 organization that prepares students for a successful future. The goal is to help students who face various barriers to success overcome these barriers to graduate from high school and embark on a successful career.

JAG-K is an elective class in school that is taught by a trained JAG-K Career Specialist. Specialists develop community relationships to help provide internships, job shadowing opportunities, guest speakers, university and company tours, and other career and leadership development opportunities.

JAG-K is a state affiliate of the JAG Program National Network, which operates in 35 different states and territories.

Check out the April RHS JAG-K Bulletin HERE.

(Information courtesy of Raina Tomlinson, RHS JAG-K Career Specialist.)

Virginia S. Braud