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June 6, 2023

Maine Legislature spotlights JMG's Craig Larrabee for 30 years of leadership

The Maine Legislature recognized JMG President and CEO Craig Larrabee on June 1, in the Senate Chamber with a Legislative sentiment for three decades of leadership in education as JMG marks 30 years of supporting Maine students.

JMG, which started as Jobs for Maine Graduates, was established by the Maine State Legislature in 1993 and has served more than 90,000 students since its inception.

JMG is now Maine's largest statewide education nonprofit, serving more than 12,000 students annually.

Senate President Troy Jackson, D-Aroostook County and state Sen. Matt Pouliot, R-Kennebec County, co-sponsored the legislative sentiment with the bipartisan support of 23 additional Senate and House of Representatives cosponsors. 

Craig Larrabee, JMG

"During Mr. Larrabee's three decades of service, JMG has benefited more than 90,000 Mainers, ensuring all students have the opportunity to fulfill their promise. We extend our congratulations and best wishes; and be it ordered that this official expression of legislative sentiment be sent forthwith on behalf of the legislature and the people of the state of Maine," the citation read in part.

JMG partners with public education and private businesses to offer results-driven solutions to ensure all Maine students graduate, attain post-secondary credentials and pursue meaningful careers. JMG is the largest statewide education nonprofit in Maine, and is the only educational organization that provides a continuum of support to students from middle school, throughout high school, and onto post-secondary education and career pathways.

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