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@AvondaleYouth AVONDALE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMISSION (AYAC)


(GRADES 9TH – 12TH) Youth have a voice in Avondale! Join the AYAC to help promote positive change in Avondale through action and involvement! AYAC helps shape the future by providing input to city leaders, planning community service projects and attending leadership conferences. AYAC meets at Avondale City Hall the second and fourth Monday of every month at 6 pm. SPECIAL REGISTRATION: Call the Neighborhood and Family Services Department/Youth & Community Engagement Division at (623) 333-2719 or visit www.avondaleaz.gov/youth


AYAC


NEXT STEP (STUDENT TEEN EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM) (AGES 16 – 21)


More than just a job, the Next STEP program provides Avondale teens who qualify with work readiness training, a paid work experience, tuition assistance and a jump start on the competition. Applications will be accepted beginning April 9, 2018 at the Avondale Community Center (1007 S. 3rd Street, Avondale)


SPECIAL REGISTRATION: Call the Neighborhood and Family Services Department/Youth Services Division at (623) 333-2719.


ARIZONA @ WORK (AGES 16 - 24) Maricopa County’s Youth Workforce Program assists out of school or out of work young adults ages 16-24 in furthering their education or finding employment. Enrolled youth participate in a year round program where they receive tools to become successful, productive citizens.


16 • RAVE May - August 2018


ARIZONA@WORK: Maricopa County partners with community agencies to offer a wide variety of services to enrolled youth. Our Youth Career Guidance Specialists help each participant chart his or her own course. We can customize a plan to help you succeed in finding employment, education or training – all at no cost. To determine eligibility, apply for the program or for more information please send us an email at wddyouth@mail. maricopa.gov. Located at: 124 S. 4th Street, Avondale.


MARICOPA COUNTY Youth Workforce Services


Call the Arizona @ Work Center for more info: (623) 882-9106 or (623) 882-9107.


KIDS AT HOPE Kids at Hope provides the City of Avondale with a framework for creating positive and supportive environments to assist youth in achieving their full potential as caring and productive citizens. Kids at Hope inspires, empowers and transforms schools, organizations serving youth and entire communities to create an environment and culture where all children can experience success, NO EXCEPTIONS! (623) 333-2723 www.kidsathope.org | www.avondaleaz.gov/youth


FREE! KIDS AT HOPE TRAINING The City of Avondale Neighborhood & Family Service Department is sponsoring a series of training sessions as part of Avondale’s designation as a KIDS AT HOPE City. These trainings are an exciting experience designed to explore the concept of KIDS AT HOPE; what it is, how it is learned, instilled, and reinforced in order to ensure that all children will have many opportunities to be successful.


Times and location to be announced. Call (623) 333-2723 or visit www.avondaleaz.gov/youth for more information.


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