Isaac Custer awarded JAG student of the week


Graves County senior Isaac Custer earned JAG student of the week.

Custer stated on, “JAG has helped me to learn, appreciate, and use teamwork in many ways. During my time in JAG I have learned to value every member and what they bring to the table on any project. It has helped me add experiences and skills to my resume as well as adding the experiences of community service.”

“I am thankful that I was selected to be a part of this program,” Custer continued, “I had no idea what I was getting into, but it was a great choice.”

JAG Kentucky is an affiliate of Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG),, a national non-profit organization dedicated to helping students transition into postsecondary education, the workforce or the military after graduation.

“Isaac was a part of the Skills 180 program over the summer,” Stated Stephanie Rickman, JAG KY Specialist. “He did a phenomenal job of keeping on task. He is working hard to earn his micro-credential badges and takes pride in his work. He is a willing participant in class, completes his work on time, and does his best on everything. He is going to have a great senior year!”

After graduation Custer plans to attend a technical college and pursue a career in IT or welding.