PCI Expands Access to Long-Term Job Training by Growing JobPath

On September 9, clergy and lay leaders from across Tucson gathered to explore what they could do to advance financial equality in our community. Because a living wage job is essential to achieving secure financial footing, they focused their discussion on JobPath, which PCI helped found in 1998.

JobPath provides financial assistance and coaching to help students complete two-year associate's degrees or industry certifications in high demand sectors of the local economy. The leaders agreed to work with their congregations to identify potential students who could benefit from participation in JobPath.

JobPath, Established by PCI in 1998, Set to Expand With the Largest Budget in its HistoryArizona Daily Star

  • Ana Chavarin
    published this page in News 2021-10-20 17:13:16 -0500

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