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Open YPIC Position

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  • Substitute teacher
  • Special Education teacher
  • Information Technology Specialist

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Greater Yuma Economic Portal

Greater Yuma Economic Portal

Relief for laid off and unpaid employees: ARIZONA@WORK-Yuma County is working side-by-side with you as we work toward resiliency following the economic and workforce difficulties posed by COVID-19. The effects of “precaution” are being felt here in Yuma County. We are committed to do everything we can to help ease the burden of our businesses and workforce as we work through this together.

ARIZONA@WORK – Yuma County has access to federal and state Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funding to assist in a variety of ways:

  • ARIZONA@WORK – Yuma County is a resource for employees laid off from their job. Reach out for assistance with Unemployment Insurance benefits by registering at Arizona Job Unemployment Insurance, www.azui.gov. NOTE – We recommend when applying include a reason for separation – “COVID-19”.
  • ARIZONA@WORK – Yuma County also assists employers with Layoff Aversion strategies and resilience planning.
  • Employers (Dislocated Workers) who have been separated from income have access to WOIA services due to COVID-19 layoffs.

Employers: If you are facing closure, layoffs or furloughs, please contact us at (928) 329-0990 and ask for a Business Services Consultant or email us at BSO@YPIC.COM.

Rapid Response Flyer

YPIC Open

The Yuma Private Industry Council, Inc. (YPIC) will continue to remain open for business, until further notice. We are monitoring closely the spread of Coronavirus. If YPIC decides to temporarily close to the public, information will be sent out to all employees and service providers. YPIC is taking precautions and advising everyone to wash their hands and sanitize all areas, including all entrances (door knobs). Please no hand shaking; if employees exhibit signs of the virus all precautions will be taken to prevent spread of the disease. Please cancel any group workshops, orientations, etc. If the Workforce Development Board decides to close YPIC, the information will be sent via email, posted on the website and on social media.

Attentively,

Nidia Herrera
Executive Director

School Closure

COVID-19 UPDATE: Governor Ducey and Superintendent Hoffman have announced an extension of school closures through the end of the 2019-2020 School Year.

During this time, the school will continue to provide educational opportunities to students to the best of its ability. We will continue to develop instructional formats and share guidance to our students and families.

The State Board of Education will meet on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 to discuss updated graduation requirements for the 2019-2020 school year.

Please do not hesitate to call the school at 928-329-0990 ext 4001 for up to date information. School staff will continue to notify the community through FaceBook at YPIC Charter and the school's web page at chs.ypic.com.

What to do if you have the coronavirus?

An article from the Department of Health

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Employers: Keep your employees

Employers: Keep your employees during the coronavirus

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New unemployment benefits policies

Employees: Reduction of hours during the coronavirus

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