Grad Grid speaks at StatehouseJanuary 18, 2019
From Local Sources
INDIANAPOLIS — Representatives from Grad Grid, Jasper High School’s alumni engagement platform developed by alumni, spoke to the Committee on Education and Career Development at the Indiana Statehouse Wednesday.
At the invite of Sen. Jeff Raatz, R-Centerville, Grad Grid developers Luke Hochgesang and Donald Bough presented Grad Grid to the committee in support of Raatz’s Senate Bill 420, which outlines tax credits for workforce education contributions. Hochgesang and Bough spoke about the support Grad Grid received from local businesses, schools and elected officials, as well as its success since its launch in December.
To sign up for the Grad Grid, Jasper High School alumni can visit www.gradgrid.org.
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