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Atrium holiday reception final
CM at dispatch final
CM at phone bank final
gingerbread tovrea
gingerbread tovrea
gingerbread tree house
garden house
Firefighters gingerbread
Firefighter's photo resized gingerbread
Tovrea small pixels
aviation small pixels
garden small pixels
treehouse small pixels
NW Light rail groundbreaking
1. Enter School Ready to Learn Kindergarten Bootcamp Provides parents tools, information, and activities to help prepare their children for school success. 61 series of Kindergarten Bootcamp, serving 863 students. Fatherhood Summit Attended by approximately 150 participants. Workshops, exhibitors, a father panel, and New York Times bestselling author Michael Gurian. Concentration on how to be better fathers and more engaged in the lives of their children
2. Read on Grade Level by 3rd Grade Read on Phoenix 137 volunteers tutored in 2016-2017 (another 21 applied and attended training before deciding the program wasn’t for them. 561 students received tutoring in 16 schools, across 9 school districts 97% of our students increased in scores. Little Libraries Partnership with Habitat for Humanity and Southwest Human Development to provide Little Free Libraries in the community to increase reading proficiency.
3. Graduate from High School Graduation Highway Partnership with Phoenix Union High School district and local celebrities to walk door to door to encourage youth to return to high school and increase graduation rates. Summer School resource fairs Hosted motivational speakers and hand out toiletries and snack bags
4. Complete Postsecondary Education/Training Project SOAR Grant from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide college access services to approximately 700 youth (14-20-year-olds) living in public housing sites. Craft A Profession College Depot and Community and Economic Development Department program to connect youth and adults to the skilled worker shortage within the construction industry. This initiative connects youth and adults to postsecondary education options to pursue training, apprenticeship and certificate programs that lead to employment in these growing professions.
5. Be Employed March 2017 and June 2017 - 100K Initiative Opportunity Fairs & Forums 650 youth attended 200 youth interviewed Youth Build Grant City was awarded $1.1 million grant to provide educational and occupational skills and opportunities for 66 youth between the ages of 16-24. Returning Citizens/2nd Chance Event 2-day employment and resource fair 156 attendees 25 hires
6. Be Safe from Violent Crime Ban the Box City of Phoenix eliminated requirement to disclose criminal history during employment application period Resulting in opportunity for applicants to discuss previous offenses in relation to job Mentoring Elementary school site-based mentoring program
Rick Naimark
City Government Branch Organization Chart
Promo - Efficiency 230 x 88