The organization is known as Jobs For Maine's Graduates, Inc., or JMG, and the program helps middle school and high school students to stay on the path toward a worthwhile education. Cianbro, which has supported the organization for years, has now added extra financial clout to JMG's mission. For every JMG graduate who hires on at Cianbro and stays with the company for six months to a year, Cianbro will donate funding to JMG. Cianbro's Human Resources Vice President Alan Burton joined Career Development Director Mike Bennett and JMG's CEO Craig Larrabee for a signing ceremony at Cianbro's training headquarters in Pittsfield. Burton said, "JMG benefits from the financial resources that Cianbro can provide, and Cianbro benefits from the trained recruits that JMG can provide to the construction industry." Cianbro executives are also looking into ways of expanding similar educational outreach efforts across the company's Southern New England and Mid-Atlantic Regions. For more details regarding the Cianbro/JMG agreement, click here.