• Excellent Training Opportunity for Women in Tucson

    YWCA Tucson Presents Skills for Successful Employment, a component of YWorks, is a comprehensive employment education program designed to address the employment needs of women who are unemployed, underemployed or transitioning in the workforce. This program will help you: ■ Assess your personal skills■ Identify your individual interests■ Learn interview skills■ Learn to market yourself■ Improve your computer skills (Basic Skills, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Internet)■ Review educational options■ Create an effective résumé■ Develop job search strategies■ Learn from others in weekly job strategy groups■ Receive career guidance for six months The Skills for Successful Employment Workshops consists of four days of training.  Two days of job-related workshops take place on November 12 & 19…

    04 2013
  • Want to Participate in the Holiday Parade?

    Many have been asking about whether we will participate in various holiday parades again this year.  The answer is yes!  If your troop would like to decorate and walk with the Cookie Mobile please contact tnevels@girlscoutssoaz.org to get on the list!   We have already signed up, so no need to register with the parades, just email us! Saturday evening, Dec 7th- Sierra Vista (Cowboy Christmas Theme)Saturday morning, Dec 14th- Oro Valley Saturday evening, Dec 21st- Downtown Tucson  

    30 2013
  • Girl Volunteer Corps Helping out the Homeless

    By Kristi Pallack When you hear the words ‘knitting’ and ‘circle’ together you probably imagine a bunch of old women, most likely in rocking chairs,  knitting doilies and making ugly Christmas sweaters. Am I right? Get that out of your head and let’s start fresh. Now imagine 21 teenage girls sitting around a table knitting hats. No doilies or ugly sweaters here, these girls mean business! The Girl Volunteer Corps is a girl only club that makes Southern Arizona a better place. This past weekend, on October 27th, 21 young ladies from around the greater Tucson area came together with one mission: to make as many hats as they could for the homeless. But okay, wait. Teenage girls care about the homeless? You bet they do! And even more, they are doing something about it. Realizing that the …

    29 2013
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