Fry’s Food Stores needs to fill 500 slots: JAG students can apply online for up to two locations.
IMPORTANT: You MUST let your Coordinator know once you’ve applied online. https://jobs.kroger.com
Amazon has new full and part-time positions in their fulfillment centers and delivery network. No resume or previous work experience required. *Includes added $2/hr through April. https://www.amazondelivers.jobs
Job seekers! Chat with Talent Acquisition Specialists virtually at the State Farm Virtual Career Fair on Tuesday, March 31st between the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. https://statefarm.easyvirtualfair.com/
SciTech’s resource page offers resources for students to stay informed and stay on track. http://scitechinstitute.org
Enjoy this free, open-access digital hub called the Scholastic Learning at Home that features education materials for children in Pre-K to Grades 6-9. classroommagazines. scholastic.com
Nonprofit organization offering daily (weekdays) 9 am PST/12 EST live streams on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter for students, parents, and teachers navigating school closures. https://khanacademy.zendesk.com
To respond when you receive your census. Or you can get ahead and take the Census online at https://2020census.gov/
You can host face-to-face JAG group meetings through video conferencing apps. Check out this article by How-To-Geek: The 6 Best Free Video Conferencing Apps https://www.howtogeek.com
Attention JAG Students: It’s very important for you to stay connected to your JAG Family during this time. The JAG staff and your Coordinators are working together to provide you with virtual opportunities to engage with our employer partners and participate in community service hours. Be sure to attend virtual JAG classes and Career Association meetings. Your JAG Coordinator will keep you informed for the upcoming virtual events - be sure to mark your calendar when the dates are announced!
Check out these 7 Steps in this animated infographic by the World Health Organization.
Throughout the year, KJZZ is talking to first-time voters in Arizona - which is considered a battleground state for the 2020 presidential election. University of Phoenix LEADS, Analicia Zamora, was recently selected to interview with the news station.
Analicia is a senior at Sierra Linda High School and the President of her JAG Chapter Career Association. She is a very active JAG member on her school campus and in her community, is a University of Phoenix LEADS state representative, a student-anchor for JAG News Desk and volunteered recently for the Bernie Sanders campaign.
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