Friday, February 17, 2017

100K Job Fair & Forum for Youth 2/27 & 3/1

Snapshot of 100K Opportunities for Youth web page.  Image of Phoenix Valley.  Text: One out of five Phoenix area youth, aged 16-24 is disconnected from school or work.

Rio Salado is proud to join the Maricopa Community Colleges and Opportunities for Youth for the second annual 100k Opportunities Initiative Fair & Forum.

Image of a young man smiling into camera with a book in hand.  Text: The Solution. Opportunities for Youth will address this challenge in the following ways: 1. Build public support to help disconnected youth reengage in school and work. 2. Build a system of support that ensures all youth-serving organizations serving this population have the principles, standards and processes that will help youth be successful.  3. Build a system of collaboration and alignment to avoid duplication and to effectively serve as many youth as possible.
The two-day event is designed to help young adults ages 16-24 prepare for and find gainful employment—with guaranteed interviews for participants who attend a pre-fair training session.

Get connected!  Register now!

Pre-Fair Training Sessions
Feb. 27, 2017
12-5 p.m.


Gateway Community College
108 N 40th St Phoenix AZ 85034

Goodwill of Central Arizona Career Center
5836 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85031

Fair & Forum
March 1, 2017
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.


A.E. England building
424 N Central Ave., Phoenix 85004

100K Fair & Forum. Are you between 16 and 24 years old? Are you out of school and out of work? SAME DAY INTERVIEWS  & ON THE SPOT OFFERS!  LOOKING FOR A JOB? YOUR FUTURE STARTS HERE! We will have education, legal, job readiness, and other services available in addition to opportunities to interview with employers on the spot to potentially receive job offers. WE HELP YOU... GET A JOB GET CONNECTED GET STARTED.  Blog contains remaining details.


Opportunities for Youth will have education, legal, job readiness and other services available for participants. Learn more about this event at opp4youth.org.

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