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In response to healthy social distancing, we remain dedicated to being here for you!

Below are our online options to provide you with the information, resources, and skills for you.  Please explore these online options below!

 Webinar and Online Meeting Helpful Hints:

1.) The Phoenix Indian Center is currently using Zoom technology for online webinars and meetings. We are researching other online platforms and if we switch to another in the future, we will provide information here on our website for how to connect. 

2.) What device will you be using for the Webinar or Online Meeting? Please go through these steps well before the webinar or meeting

  • Attending using a mobile device (phone)? Be sure to download the Zoom app
  • Attending using a laptop or desktop computer? Create a FREE Zoom account at www.zoom.com

3.) Go to the link provided and provide any pre-information (if necessary) well before the start of the webinar or meeting

4.) Be sure to click on the link that will be provided and log into the webinar/online meeting a minimum of 5 – 10 minutes early. That gives you time to fix problems if needed. 

For questions or for more information, you can always call our office at 602-264-6768 or email us at info@phxindcenter.org

Thursday, September 10, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM          Customer Service        Click here to register

Your customer service skills can make you a valued employee!!! Today’s business’ have a completely different challenge from those in the past because customer expectations for service and value have increased dramatically. During this workshop you will learn the skills and communication strategies employers are looking for in a strong customer service focused employee.

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM          What Employers Want         Click here to register

Be that ideal employee that employers seek! Learn what employers seek in a potential employee and how you can demonstrate this knowledge, skills and abilities in your resume, interview and social media. We live in a right to work state where a person can be terminated for any reason. In learning what employers want from an employee, it helps avoid those areas that can lead to job termination.

 

Friday, September 11, 2020

 

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM          Job Tips for Ex-Offenders          Click here to register

Dealing with potential employers is never an easy task for individuals with criminal records. Overcoming obstacles to employment is part of the focus of this workshop. By removing perceived obstacles, you can learn to present yourself with a positive attitude and gain the confidence you need for success! The workshop will help individuals with background issues write a resume, complete a job application and interview with confidence. We also focus on the preparation of how you present the information concerning your background in the interview.

 

Monday, September 14, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM           Resume and Cover Letter        Click here to register

Now is a perfect time to get your resume up to date or create one if you haven’t done so. We offer instruction in the construction of the one-page Combination Resume, the most effective format! In this session, we will introduce the purpose of a resume, how to sell yourself, tips and types of resumes, and how to create the resume. A cover letter will be developed to introduce your skills and your resume to the employer. We will also provide a format to list all your references.

 

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM        Informational Interviews          Click here to register

Want to really find out about a career field or job? The informational interview is a highly effective way of gaining insight into your career interests! Here you will learn what an informational interview is, how to conduct them, and how they can help you network to gain a job. Only 20% of open jobs are listed in online job search engines (indeed, monster, careerbuilder). Informational interviews can help you gain access to the 80% of jobs not advertised. This is a must workshop for those wanting to accelerate their job search.

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM        Job Search Strategies         Click here to register

Create a plan for your job search. In this session you will plan your job search, schedule your week to be more effective, develop your own “elevator speech” and learn how to effectively utilize your job search network through using internet and networking skills. You will learn to use the computer to investigate and become familiar with the different types of on-line job boards. In this workshop, you will also discover how to access the “hidden job market”. We’ll show you how to find jobs which are not online or in the newspaper. Job search engines only constitute 20% of the total jobs out there…we’ll show you how to find the hidden 80%! The more you know about job searching, the faster you will find employment!!

 

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM         Aceing the Interview        Click here to register

To get the job, you must “Ace the interview!” To get you ready, we cover every detail needed to prepare you for your interview. Let’s prepare for and have an effective interview! In this session, we will cover the interview process from beginning to end. We will address how to get ready for the interview, how to make a good first impression, recognize the various types of questions and utilize the STAR technique and a review of the 50 most common interviewing questions. We will also review questions for you to ask the interviewer (a crucial moment in your interview) and follow-up tips.

 

Thursday, September 17, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM          Customer Service        Click here to register

Your customer service skills can make you a valued employee!!! Today’s business’ have a completely different challenge from those in the past because customer expectations for service and value have increased dramatically. During this workshop you will learn the skills and communication strategies employers are looking for in a strong customer service focused employee.

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM          What Employers Want         Click here to register

Be that ideal employee that employers seek! Learn what employers seek in a potential employee and how you can demonstrate this knowledge, skills and abilities in your resume, interview and social media. We live in a right to work state where a person can be terminated for any reason. In learning what employers want from an employee, it helps avoid those areas that can lead to job termination.

 

Friday, September 18, 2020

 

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM          Job Tips for Ex-Offenders          Click here to register

Dealing with potential employers is never an easy task for individuals with criminal records. Overcoming obstacles to employment is part of the focus of this workshop. By removing perceived obstacles, you can learn to present yourself with a positive attitude and gain the confidence you need for success! The workshop will help individuals with background issues write a resume, complete a job application and interview with confidence. We also focus on the preparation of how you present the information concerning your background in the interview.

 

Monday, September 21, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM           Resume and Cover Letter        Click here to register

Now is a perfect time to get your resume up to date or create one if you haven’t done so. We offer instruction in the construction of the one-page Combination Resume, the most effective format! In this session, we will introduce the purpose of a resume, how to sell yourself, tips and types of resumes, and how to create the resume. A cover letter will be developed to introduce your skills and your resume to the employer. We will also provide a format to list all your references.

 

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM        Informational Interviews          Click here to register

Want to really find out about a career field or job? The informational interview is a highly effective way of gaining insight into your career interests! Here you will learn what an informational interview is, how to conduct them, and how they can help you network to gain a job. Only 20% of open jobs are listed in online job search engines (indeed, monster, careerbuilder). Informational interviews can help you gain access to the 80% of jobs not advertised. This is a must workshop for those wanting to accelerate their job search.

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM        Job Search Strategies         Click here to register

Create a plan for your job search. In this session you will plan your job search, schedule your week to be more effective, develop your own “elevator speech” and learn how to effectively utilize your job search network through using internet and networking skills. You will learn to use the computer to investigate and become familiar with the different types of on-line job boards. In this workshop, you will also discover how to access the “hidden job market”. We’ll show you how to find jobs which are not online or in the newspaper. Job search engines only constitute 20% of the total jobs out there…we’ll show you how to find the hidden 80%! The more you know about job searching, the faster you will find employment!!

 

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM         Aceing the Interview        Click here to register

To get the job, you must “Ace the interview!” To get you ready, we cover every detail needed to prepare you for your interview. Let’s prepare for and have an effective interview! In this session, we will cover the interview process from beginning to end. We will address how to get ready for the interview, how to make a good first impression, recognize the various types of questions and utilize the STAR technique and a review of the 50 most common interviewing questions. We will also review questions for you to ask the interviewer (a crucial moment in your interview) and follow-up tips.

 

Thursday, September 24, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM          Customer Service        Click here to register

Your customer service skills can make you a valued employee!!! Today’s business’ have a completely different challenge from those in the past because customer expectations for service and value have increased dramatically. During this workshop you will learn the skills and communication strategies employers are looking for in a strong customer service focused employee.

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM          What Employers Want         Click here to register

Be that ideal employee that employers seek! Learn what employers seek in a potential employee and how you can demonstrate this knowledge, skills and abilities in your resume, interview and social media. We live in a right to work state where a person can be terminated for any reason. In learning what employers want from an employee, it helps avoid those areas that can lead to job termination.

 

Friday, September 25, 2020

 

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM          Job Tips for Ex-Offenders          Click here to register

Dealing with potential employers is never an easy task for individuals with criminal records. Overcoming obstacles to employment is part of the focus of this workshop. By removing perceived obstacles, you can learn to present yourself with a positive attitude and gain the confidence you need for success! The workshop will help individuals with background issues write a resume, complete a job application and interview with confidence. We also focus on the preparation of how you present the information concerning your background in the interview.

 

Monday, September 28, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM           Resume and Cover Letter        Click here to register

Now is a perfect time to get your resume up to date or create one if you haven’t done so. We offer instruction in the construction of the one-page Combination Resume, the most effective format! In this session, we will introduce the purpose of a resume, how to sell yourself, tips and types of resumes, and how to create the resume. A cover letter will be developed to introduce your skills and your resume to the employer. We will also provide a format to list all your references.

 

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM        Informational Interviews          Click here to register

Want to really find out about a career field or job? The informational interview is a highly effective way of gaining insight into your career interests! Here you will learn what an informational interview is, how to conduct them, and how they can help you network to gain a job. Only 20% of open jobs are listed in online job search engines (indeed, monster, careerbuilder). Informational interviews can help you gain access to the 80% of jobs not advertised. This is a must workshop for those wanting to accelerate their job search.

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM        Job Search Strategies         Click here to register

Create a plan for your job search. In this session you will plan your job search, schedule your week to be more effective, develop your own “elevator speech” and learn how to effectively utilize your job search network through using internet and networking skills. You will learn to use the computer to investigate and become familiar with the different types of on-line job boards. In this workshop, you will also discover how to access the “hidden job market”. We’ll show you how to find jobs which are not online or in the newspaper. Job search engines only constitute 20% of the total jobs out there…we’ll show you how to find the hidden 80%! The more you know about job searching, the faster you will find employment!!

 

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM         Aceing the Interview        Click here to register

To get the job, you must “Ace the interview!” To get you ready, we cover every detail needed to prepare you for your interview. Let’s prepare for and have an effective interview! In this session, we will cover the interview process from beginning to end. We will address how to get ready for the interview, how to make a good first impression, recognize the various types of questions and utilize the STAR technique and a review of the 50 most common interviewing questions. We will also review questions for you to ask the interviewer (a crucial moment in your interview) and follow-up tips.

 

Thursday, October 1, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM          Customer Service        Click here to register

Your customer service skills can make you a valued employee!!! Today’s business’ have a completely different challenge from those in the past because customer expectations for service and value have increased dramatically. During this workshop you will learn the skills and communication strategies employers are looking for in a strong customer service focused employee.

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM          What Employers Want         Click here to register

Be that ideal employee that employers seek! Learn what employers seek in a potential employee and how you can demonstrate this knowledge, skills and abilities in your resume, interview and social media. We live in a right to work state where a person can be terminated for any reason. In learning what employers want from an employee, it helps avoid those areas that can lead to job termination.

 

Friday, October 2, 2020

 

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM          Job Tips for Ex-Offenders          Click here to register

Dealing with potential employers is never an easy task for individuals with criminal records. Overcoming obstacles to employment is part of the focus of this workshop. By removing perceived obstacles, you can learn to present yourself with a positive attitude and gain the confidence you need for success! The workshop will help individuals with background issues write a resume, complete a job application and interview with confidence. We also focus on the preparation of how you present the information concerning your background in the interview.

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

 

5:00 PM – 6:30 PM        Parenting in 2 Worlds     Online Session is full

Are you raising children aged 12-17? Then this workshop is for you. Together with other caregivers, you will learn how to effectively communicate with your child, how to instill traditions and values in this urban setting, and much more all while having fun!

 

Friday, September 18, 2020

 

5:30 PM – 6:30 PM           Prevention Information Session            Click Here to register

Join us for a fun virtual event to learn about our workshop, Q&A, and raffles! Participants will also learn about how the L2W culture heritage projects can benefit your middle school aged child, learn about our Parenting in 2 Worlds program, and meet the facilitators.

 

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

 

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM          UICAZ Monthly Meeting         Click Here to register

Join us and be part of our coalition working toward creating positive partnerships within our community for our families and youth!

 

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

 

5:00 PM – 6:30 PM        Parenting in 2 Worlds      Online Session is full

Are you raising children aged 12-17? Then this workshop is for you. Together with other caregivers, you will learn how to effectively communicate with your child, how to instill traditions and values in this urban setting, and much more all while having fun!

 

 

Monday, September 28, 2020

 

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM       Fostering American Indian Youth          Click here to register

Fostering AI Youth- is a prevention program implemented for Foster Care Parents in Maricopa County that are currently fostering American Indian Youth. Fostering AI Youth is a three day workshop led by a facilitator that will focus on bridging the gap on topics such as communicating with your child, introducing norms, values and beliefs and also talking with your teen about risky behaviors.

 

 

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

 

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM          Suicide Prevention: QPR Gatekeeper Training              Online event is full

Learn 3 steps to help save a life! Come learn how to reduce suicidal behavior and save lives by providing innovative, practical, and proven suicide prevention techniques.

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM       Speak Up, Be Safe!     Click here to register

Middle school students will become familiar with the five safety rules that will help keep them protected from abuse and bullying. Students will also learn skills to identify safe adults to help support them in situations where they may not be safe.

 

5:00 PM – 6:30 PM        Living in 2 Worlds: Prevention Skills Virtual Workshop         Click here to register

Are you an American Indian Middle School Student? Join us Tuesdays and Thursdays from September 1 – September 22, 2020 for a fun and interactive virtual workshop where you will learn about how your American Indian culture and values can help you say “no” to conflicts that may occur from day to day.

 

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM       Fostering American Indian Youth          Click here to register

Fostering AI Youth- is a prevention program implemented for Foster Care Parents in Maricopa County that are currently fostering American Indian Youth. Fostering AI Youth is a three day workshop led by a facilitator that will focus on bridging the gap on topics such as communicating with your child, introducing norms, values and beliefs and also talking with your teen about risky behaviors.

 

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

 

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM          Suicide Prevention: QPR Gatekeeper Training              Online event is full

Learn 3 steps to help save a life! Come learn how to reduce suicidal behavior and save lives by providing innovative, practical, and proven suicide prevention techniques.

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM       Speak Up, Be Safe!     Click here to register

Middle school students will become familiar with the five safety rules that will help keep them protected from abuse and bullying. Students will also learn skills to identify safe adults to help support them in situations where they may not be safe.

 

5:00 PM – 6:30 PM        Parenting in 2 Worlds          Online Session is full

Are you raising children aged 12-17? Then this workshop is for you. Together with other caregivers, you will learn how to effectively communicate with your child, how to instill traditions and values in this urban setting, and much more all while having fun!

 

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM       Fostering American Indian Youth          Click here to register

Fostering AI Youth- is a prevention program implemented for Foster Care Parents in Maricopa County that are currently fostering American Indian Youth. Fostering AI Youth is a three day workshop led by a facilitator that will focus on bridging the gap on topics such as communicating with your child, introducing norms, values and beliefs and also talking with your teen about risky behaviors.

 

*If a link does not appear, it will be added closer to the meeting date.

For more information please contact our prevention team at 602-264-6768.

Saturday, September 26, 2020

 

10: 00 AM – 11:30 AM      Virtual Ribbon Skirt Workshop for PXU Students          Click Here to register

Join us for this introductory series of 4 classes to be taught how to make a Native style Ribbon Skirt. Instructor will guide participants through a step by step process. Participants must have a sewing machine.

 

Monday, September 28, 2020

 

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM          Job Readiness Training for American Indian High School Youth             Click Here to register

Do you think you are ready for the world of work? This fun and interactive job readiness training is open to American Indian high school youth. Come learn how to be a better employee, build confidence, and we can’t forget about the daily prize drawings! Interested in participating in a paid internship? You must attend all days of this training to qualify for the paid internship program. Space is limited. Register TODAY!

 

*If a link does not appear, it will be added closer to the meeting date.

For more information please contact our youth development team at youthprograms@phxindcenter.org or 602-264-6768.

We are currently planning for upcoming Language and Culture online sessions. Please check back regularly for information about our virtual events.

 

*If a link does not appear, it will be added closer to the meeting date.

For more information please contact our Language and Culture team at 602-264-6768.

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