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Gabrielle Eklund Rowley, AJAY MT executive director, shares the what, how, and why of our programming.

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"I really enjoyed it, it wasn’t too hard. It was the perfect first job. It was a good experience,” says Serenity.

In its 2nd year in Anconda, the Summer Jobs Program connects students to local employers & essential skills.

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More than 50 people attended the Kick-off Event for the Helena Area Summer Jobs Program!

The Summer Jobs Program is "more than just a summer job." Now in its second year in Yellowstone County!


The article "When I Grow Up..." on pages 63-64 discusses the local economic situation, opportunities for students, and promise for the Billings area.

On a sunny afternoon, we gathered to hear from students and employers and celebrate the community's collaborative efforts.

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In its third year, Summer Jobs Program keeps growing, benefiting more students and the community.

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A student, supporter, and staff discuss the impacts of the Summer Jobs Program on Home Ground Radio with Brian Kahn

In this podcast, you'll hear us talk about the program, the partners, and the many benefits for students and communities

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