|Arizona at Work Pinal County Youth Program|
Enrollments Needed! Click on the Online Application under Resources to apply→
The Arizona@Work Pinal County Youth Program provides education and training directly related to employment for out of school and income eligible applicants and is provided by Central Arizona College, a proud partner of the American Job Center Network.Who is Eligible?
Out of school youth in Pinal County (ages 16-24) who are interested in returning to school, reaching career goals, and who need financial assistance.
If you have questions contact 520-866-3621
What services do we offer?
- Help obtaining your HS diploma or GED
- Paid work experience
- Support services that help you meet your goals
- Work readiness training and Money Management
- Assistance with tuition and books
How do I apply?
Complete the Online Pre-Assessment on the right side of this page under resources.
Attend the Orientation/Information session that you are invited to by a Career Planner.
Arizona at Work Pinal County Offices
Arizona at Work Career and Business Center
Serving: Casa Grande, Coolidge, Maricopa and Eloy (Includes Central Arizona College, Signal Peak and Maricopa campuses)
Teasha Maestas, Training Coordinator/Career Planner
318 N. Florence St., Casa Grande, AZ 85122
Central Arizona College, San Tan Campus
Serving: San Tan Valley and Florence
Larry Harris, Career Planner
3736 E. Bella Vista Rd., B127
San Tan Valley, AZ 85143
Phone: 480-677-7866; Fax: 480-987-5037; email@example.com
Central Arizona College, Superstition Mountain Campus
Serving: Apache Junction and Gold Canyon
Sophia Wahlgren, Career Planner
805 S. Idaho Road, Office B-105
Apache Junction, AZ 85119
480-677-7710; Fax 480-677-7758; firstname.lastname@example.org
Central Arizona College, Aravaipa Campus
Serving: Superior, Ray, Kearny, San Manuel, Mammoth, Oracle
Michael "Ruben" Castro, Career Planner
80440 E. Aravaipa Rd., B118
Winkleman, AZ 85152
Phone: 520-357-2834; Fax: 520-357-2819; email@example.com
Equal Opportunity Employer/Program - Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. These services are federally funded through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).