Action looks like showing up when you’re needed most. #iJAGEssential

Iowa Jobs for America’s Graduates (iJAG); Learn more about iJAG: www.ijag.org; Photo credit: Mackenzie Bruning

Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, many iJAG students and alumni were working essential jobs in hospitals, care centers, grocery stores, construction crews, etc. For a solid two months, we wanted to highlight and show how much grit and resilience our students had and how important they were to the fiber of these communities. Thus, the #iJAGEssential campaign was born. Here is just one of those posts:

“Makenzie is an iJAG alum from Council Bluffs. She is currently a rehabilitation specialist at QLI in Omaha, Nebraska. They are one of the top rehabilitation centers for traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries in the country! Makenzie works primarily with traumatic brain injury patients. #iJAGEssential”