BENTON HARBOR — A Benton Harbor High School senior’s testimony in Lansing is helping bring attention to the Jobs for Michigan’s Graduates program, which was at one point on the chopping block as state officials go through the process of putting together the 2019-20 budget, which starts Oct. 1. Senior Tamia Clay told members of the Michigan Senate Appropriations subcommittee on Talent and Economic Growth on April 16 that JMG put her on the right path as she prepares to graduate from high school. She said she used to be up late a lot and didn’t pay much attention to how she presented herself. That changed when she enrolled in specialist Corey Sterling’s JMG class her junior year…

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