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Meet JobPath’s New Executive Director

May 02, 2017

Frank Velásquez Jr. is a results-oriented, innovative professional who researches, analyzes, develops, implements, facilitates, and evaluates new and existing systems and programs, delivering high quality systems and programming primarily within corporate organizations and post-secondary educational institutions. Frank’s success can be directly attributed to his understanding that people matter. With an innate sense of curiosity, he […]

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Meet Roslyn…

Feb 02, 2017

  Roslyn is one of JobPath’s engineering students who has worked her way to the University of Arizona’s Mechanical Engineering program.  She grew up in Mohave Valley, AZ, where her parents still live.  She joined the Marine Corps right after high school, becoming a meteorologist while in.  She was in the Corps for four years, […]

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February is National Heart Health Month!

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths is caused by heart disease.  That’s more than 600,000 deaths annually, more than all forms of cancer combined (HealthFinder).  While these statistics are scary, there are steps that can be taken to help […]

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SMART Goals

Jan 23, 2017

  Goals and tasks can often seem daunting and insurmountable.  However, using the SMART technique of goal setting can help break goals up into smaller, more readily achievable pieces.  Succeeding in small ways can add up to huge successes.   By being SMART, your goals will become well-defined (S) and more definitive of how obtainable […]

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Meet Deb…

Jan 17, 2017

Deb graduated from  Pima Community College with a certificate from the Dental Assisting Education Program in May 2016.  At the time, she was 60 years old. “When I first considered going to Pima it was my son, Derek, who encouraged me to check out JobPath. He is a veteran returning to school and they have […]

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JobPath Featured in Tucson Local Media

Jun 02, 2016

The JobPath graduates are the reason for JobPath’s success. Mari Herreras, the Managing Editor of the Tucson Weekly, was one of our keynote speakers at our graduation this year. We want to thank her for highlighting our graduates and their incredible achievements in her article this week in Tucson Local Media. The impact of higher […]

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JobPath helps train Tucsonans for high-demand careers

Apr 18, 2016

Thank you to Inside Tucson Business for publishing this article over the weekend on JobPath. JobPath board member, and former participant, Patty Popp highlighted the work we have done and the incredible outcomes from our five year impact study done this year. JobPath participants have had a huge impact on the local economy and are […]

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Just In…Amazing Long-Term Outcomes for JobPath Graduates

Jan 28, 2016

On Wednesday, January 27, 2016, JobPath unveiled a report that evaluated the long-term outcomes of JobPath graduates between 2010 and 2014. Data from unemployment insurance records was used to determine the number of graduates currently working in Pima County and how their wage levels increased over time. Outside evaluator Applied Economics found the following key […]

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JobPath’s Fall 2015 Newsletter

Dec 14, 2015

JobPath’s semi-annual newsletter is here! You can click here to read the newsletter online! And it’s not too late to make your charitable donation to JobPath and claim your 2015 tax credit! You can donate through our website or mail a check to our office at 655 N. Alvernon Way, Suite 2005, Tucson, AZ 85711.

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Thank you Vantage West Credit Union for all of your support!

Oct 02, 2015

We want to express our deepest gratitude to Vantage West Credit Union for their support of JobPath.  They do so much good work in our community and we are proud to partner with them! They have mentioned us in their quarterly newsletter.  Please take a moment to view the newsletter here.  

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