If the recently passed budget for 2016-17 is enacted, highly successful programs that help approximately 15,000 students a year in Pima County, San Manuel, and Rio Rico will not be sustainable.
Tucson Weekly: “Leroy Aaron Fisher, a junior at Tucson High, says the cuts jeopardize his plans of becoming a paramedic, and he has a question for Gov. Doug Ducey: “Why would you do that?”
The Arizona Daily Star’s Gerald M. Gay reports on how the Pima County One-Stop, and businesses work with Pima County JTED students who are ready to fill precision manufacturing jobs.
KOLD NEWS 13 Reporter Craig Reck takes a look how the latest round of cuts to JTED included in the Governor’s budget, passed by the legislature in the early hours of Saturday morning, will cripple job development programs in Southern Arizona.
KVOA TV 4 Reporter Matt Fernandez spoke with Sunnyside CTE Director Kathy Prather, students, and Southern Arizona Manufacturing Partnership President Don Theriault about the how the Legislature’s budget cuts jeopardize programs that business and industry need in Southern Arizona.
Arizona Daily Star Reporter Alexis Huicochea and Photographer Mamta Popat’s coverage of educational and business leaders speaking against cuts to JTED programs.
An opinion/editorial written by JTED Superintendent/CEO Alan L. Storm, Ph.D. on legislative cuts proposed by SB 1476 and HB 2678
Hear how JTED made a difference for alumnus Jonathan Johnson on 94.9 Mix-FM, 106.3 The Groove, and 104.1 KQTH.
Our dental assistant program prepares students for national certification that can get them a job anywhere.
Great job prospects await those who complete our new IT Program – Arizona Daily Star article by Mariana Dale.
An article from Arizona Capitol Times by Alicia Canales, Cronkite News Service.
CTE/JTED featured in The Arizona Daily Star
News from the Pima County Joint Technical Education District – December 3, 2014 Edition
News from the Pima County Joint Technical Education District – October 31, 2014 Edition
News from the Pima County JTED – October Edition
From AZ Central: 12 News and The Arizona Republic
The Arizona Daily Star’s Alexis Huicochea reports on JTED’s EMT program.
News from the Pima County JTED – August Edition
Arizona Daily Star reporter Alexis Huicochea’s article on a new TUSD program that connects biotech students with employers
Many JROTC programs are becoming JTED/CTE programs. Read about the incredible career opportunities being offered to Vail Unified School District students at Cienega High School.
By Zac Ziegler, Arizona Public Media
News from the Pima County JTED / June Edition
JTED graduates walk from classroom to job site.
JTED fuses with the University of Arizona’s BIOTECH Project.
JTED officials and Rep. Ethan Orr (R-Tucson) discuss CTE funding woes with the Tucson Weekly.
The cows came home, and so did JTED Agriscience students with top FFA honors and scholarships.
Help Wanted! Learn how a JTED initiative targets key industries where workforce needs are unmet.
To the rescue! Victoria Russell’s JTED EMT and Fire Service training proves vital in saving her mom’s life.
JTED Certified Nursing Assistant alumnus and Somali refugee aspires to becoming a doctor and returning to the war-torn nation to help those still struggling.
Mother of a troubled teen calls JTED a “key ingredient” in helping her daughter turn her life around for the better.
An Arizona Daily Star editorial calls on state legislators to restore JTED funding – because real-world training really works.
“It’s time to get Arizona moving forward again, and it starts with education,” – Special to the Arizona Daily Star by Judith Clinco, Pima County Workforce Investment Board.