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  • Find out how to create a brighter future Dec. 9 at Youth Employment One-Stop Center open house

    Dec 03, 2014 | Read More News
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    The future can be scary if you’re young. Even if you know what you want to be, how do you get there? How do you support yourself now while you’re preparing for the future?
    Youth Employment One-Stop Center
    And what role can a parent or employers play?

    Come to the Pima County Youth Employment One-Stop Center open house on Tuesday, Dec. 9, and get some help.

    The open house is 1 to 5 p.m. at 2323 S. Park Ave. (previously the Tucson Urban League’s Angel Youth Center). Access the parking lot from 34th Street.

    Pima County has brought lots of educational and career resources together in one place to help out-of-school and in-school youth ages 14-21 realize a brighter future.
    • Free workshops and seminars on career-related topics (Résumé Building, Job Interviews, Employability, Career Exploration)
    • One-on-one comprehensive case management/workforce development with a staff specialist 
    • Individual skills and interests assessments
    • Individualized career plans
    • Paid work experience/internship; combination basic skills/work experience; and other work-based learning opportunities
    • Specialized JTED satellite location
    • High school/GED-HSE/dropout recovery support
    • College bridge and access
    • Youth Career Expos focusing on Health Care, Logistics, Aerospace & Defense, Biotechnology, Construction & Infrastructure, and Emerging Technologies.
    Employers, find out about subsidized temporary employees/internships. You provide the worksite, skills training, guidance and supervision and Pima County provides 100 percent of the payroll for interns.

    Please RSVP to Anna M. Cunes at by email no later than Friday, Dec. 5.

    For more information, please visit Pima County Youth Programs online or contact the Center at 520-724-9649 or Program Manager Dana Katbah at 520-724-9640 or by email