On April 24th, students in the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program from the Umonhon Nation Public school visited the capitol. Executive Director Judi gaiashkibos met with the program manager Jim Lambert, education specialist Ricardo Ariza, Ms. Kyleigh Merrick and Ms. Courtney Grant, and, not pictured, Joseph Schmidt, the Umonhon Nation Public School Secondary Principal.
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