After five years, less than half of participants are working in health-care as planned
Readers express opinions on Bill Walton, Spanish professor, job training program, Eisenhower.
Advocates for career and technical education in Arizona felt hopeful as the most recent legislative session opened.
Local officials want to help Tucson bioscience companies fill jobs locally.
Tucson-based Pima Prevention Partnership has received a $1 million grant from the U.S. Labor Department to provide youthful offenders with workforce and life skills training.
For the unemployed, underemployed and students ready to graduate or simply planning ahead, there are two clear messages in today's Star 200:
The following editorial appeared Monday in the Washington Post:
Pima Community College student Jennifer Legault, right, takes a chapter test while classmate April Woods gets ready for a medical-administrative-procedure class. The college's Desert Vista Campus soon will add a training program for behavioral health specialist.
Pima Community College's south campus is adding a behavioral-health-specialist training program that it says will prepare graduates to enter the workforce in six to nine months.
Tucson Electric Power Co. and Pima Community College will use a $1.8 million federal grant to expand energy industry job training programs in Arizona.
A Tucson nonprofit and two local high-tech companies have been awarded a total of more than $4 million in federal job-training and research grants, U.S. Rep. Ron Barber’s office announced today.
The University of Arizona has won two 5-year grants for $639,357
through the U.S. Department of Education's Transition
to Teaching Program.
Students at Pima Community College will pay premium pricing for
certain classes beginning next spring semester.
Pima Community College is enrolling students in its new Pathways
to Healthcare program.
The University of Arizona has won two federal grants to start
two public-health training centers.