AmigosNAZ May 2014

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Published by:
Frank Moraga
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
16 pages Saddle-stitched
career, Coconino County, cultura, culture, español, Flagstaff, health, hispanic, immigration, inmigración, LATINO, Northern Arizona, Northern Arizona University, salud, Student Housing, summer jobs, teens

The May 2014 edition of AmigosNAZ opens with a cover story on programs available for youth to help them improve their chances of getting a job this summer, including a tip sheet on do's and don't for job hunting. The edition also includes comments from supporters and opponents of a proposed student housing development on the site of a mobile home park near downtown Flagstaff; details on the Market on the Move fresh produce program coming to Flagstaff on May 7; an update on the search for a director of Inclusion and Multicultural Services at Northern Arizona University; details on the annual Science Camp at Killip Elementary School in Flagstaff; information on ‘DREAM Act to DACA: Debunking Myths;’ and a commentary by AARP Arizona on the options still available under the Affordable Care Act. All this and more brought to you by AmigosNAZ — Providing information for and about the vibrant Latino community in Northern Arizona.

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