Welcome to Jobs for Florida’s Graduates
 
Welcome to Jobs for Florida’s Graduates
You are capable of more than you could dream
 
You are capable of more than you could dream
The future’s potential is in your hands
 
The future’s potential is in your hands
Your mind is a powerful instrument
 
Your mind is a powerful instrument
Science is fun! We’ll show you how!
 
Science is fun! We’ll show you how!
Accomplishment feels amazing!
 
Accomplishment feels amazing!
Discover new worlds of opportunities
 
Discover new worlds of opportunities
Explore smart new ways of thinking
 
Explore smart new ways of thinking
Learn how to create amazing technology
 
Learn how to create amazing technology
Have fun while building your career
 
Have fun while building your career

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Jobs for Florida’s Graduates (JFG) is a school-to-career program designed to help young people graduate, thereby building the confidence to move onto gainful employment or postsecondary education.

JFG scouts, recruits and coaches and prepares talented kids to maximize opportunities as they move through the turbulent waters of middle school and as they learn to make real-world decisions in high school.

Our JFG Treasure Hunters can be thought of as personal guidance counselors. In the classroom on the web, they shepherd, lead, guide and mentor middle and high school students around the barriers and pitfalls that can derail a kid’s future in the blink of an eye by helping them stay focused on college planning, career exploration, course planning, leadership development and academic success.

Join Jobs for Florida’s Graduates and you’ll be on the road to success in no time!

Just click here to learn how to join a club or get involved!

It’s their destiny; it’s also their decision. All middle and high school students need a plan for success.
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