The Pima County One-Stop Career Center may be able to help you improve your math and other technical skills – and your future.
One-Stop may be able to help qualified applicants with the costs of training in:
- Green automotive mechanics
- Advanced aviation technology
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Computing technology
- Energy utility industry careers
Or to become a:
- Mechanical inspector
- CNC machinist
One-Stop has also arranged for a skills course for college credit to prepare successful applicants for training.
Applicants must have a valid Arizona driver’s license and be able to pass a drug test. Most opportunities will also require a criminal background check.
Priority of service is given to veterans and their eligible spouses.
To find out whether you are eligible for grant-funded training, please contact Sue Denogean at 243-6759 or Sue.Denogean@pima.gov to arrange an interview.
Pima County One-Stop Career Center provides career development services and training funds for youth and adult job seekers. It also provides support to employers in the recruiting, staffing and training of a viable workforce.
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