PrincetonOne Participates in Mentorship Program for Local JAG Students

Recently, members of the Indianapolis office of total recruitment provider PrincetonOne completed a mentorship program for Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG). The program, which launched in October of 2013, consisted of four PrincetonOne team members meeting one-on-one with JAG junior and senior students from Indianapolis Metropolitan High School on a monthly basis to discuss academic and professional objectives, create action plans for goal attainment, conduct mock interviews, provide resume advice and offer guidance.

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Seeing students identify goals and helping them map out ways to achieve those goals over the last few months has been a very rewarding experience.

Indianapolis, Ind. (PRWEB) January 29, 2014

Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) is a school-to-career program implemented in high schools around the nation that encourages youth to complete their high school education and facilitates opportunities to advance their futures. Its mission is to provide “real world,” professional learning experiences to students that will lead to career advancement and/or postsecondary education after receiving their high school diplomas.

After lending their interview and resume expertise to JAG students at a career fair in June of 2013, members of the Indianapolis office of total recruitment provider PrincetonOne began working with JAG on the creation of a mentorship program for its junior and senior students. The program, which launched in October of 2013, consisted of four PrincetonOne team members meeting one-on-one with JAG students from Indianapolis Metropolitan High School on a monthly basis to discuss academic and professional objectives, create action plans for goal attainment, conduct mock interviews, provide resume advice and offer guidance.

“Seeing students identify goals and helping them map out ways to achieve those goals over the last few months has been a very rewarding experience, and one that I have been thrilled to be a part of,” said PrincetonOne Client Relationship Manager Rachel Smith.

According to recent studies, youth-focused mentorship programs can generate greater academic success and social acceptance, while reducing symptoms of depression. PrincetonOne participants hope their time spent working with JAG instilled confidence in the students and helped in the planning of their academic and professional futures.

More information about JAG and its programs can be found at http://www.jag.org/.

About PrincetonOne
Headquartered in Skillman, N.J., PrincetonOne is a talent services company that creates and implements innovative solutions for unmet recruitment and retention needs. PrincetonOne provides clients with a cohesive strategy for recruiting, retention, staffing assessment and organizational development. Through a comprehensive suite of services, including executive search, recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) and contract staffing, PrincetonOne delivers unified recruitment solutions and measurable results for more than 1,000 clients around the world. For more information, visit http://www.princetonone.com.


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