Grad Grid makes presentation at statehouse

A new nonprofit designed to keep Jasper graduates connected to each other and their hometown received some recognition by state legislators recently.

Cofounders Donald Bough and Luke Hochgesang presented Grad Grid to the Committee on Education and Career Development at the Indiana Statehouse Wednesday. The pair were invited by Sen. Jef Raatz to provide support for his bill outlining tax credits for workforce education contributions, Senate Bill 420.

The pair explained how Grad Grid is growing and the support it received from local business, residents and nonprofits.

Since launching, has 500-plus users according to Hochgesang. These users are JHS graduates working in every field around the world.

They also released their first newsletter GradGrid’s first newsletter

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