Lt. Gov. Reynolds Awarded for iJAG, STEM Support
iJAG students presented an award to Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds to thank her for her support of STEM initiatives across the state, particularly with the iJAG program.

iJAG is a program for students with multiple barriers that provides support to help students graduate and start their career paths. The program provides 12 months of follow up after graduation to help students stay on track and succeed.

STEM education is brought into the classroom through real-life work and experience with technology at Lincoln High School. Local companies are partnered with students to teach them about STEM careers. iJAG students build specific job skills and transferrable skills while doing this project-based learning and through working with companies such as Nationwide Insurance, John Deere, and Principal Financial Group.
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