The EOC Charter High School provides an exceptional learning opportunity for students seeking to recuperate high school credit at a quicker pace.
Through our partnership with Arizona@Work, we provide services and programs you need to search, prepare for and obtain your career goals.
We help connect employers and job seekers through hiring events, special recruitments, On-The-Job training(OJT) and other services.
YPIC in partnership with ARIZONA@WORK is here to help job seekers like you. We have the services and programs you need to find, prepare for and keep the right job Every day, we help people all around Arizona-of all ages and skill levels-connect with employment opportunities in a variety of industries. So... let's get to work!
ARIZONA@WORK partners with employers throughout Yuma County to meet their workforce needs. With locally based services, we have the network to connect people and jobs. By helping businesses succeed and grow, we lay the groundwork for a stronger Arizona economy. And by sharing the solutions you need to find the right employees—right here, right now—we’re committed to real teamwork with you.
You can directly access the state’s largest workforce database with thousands of job seekers and job listings.
Arizona@Work can find and match job candidates that meet your key hiring criteria, conducting initial evaluations to identify experience levels and skills.
We can provide interview space and other customized services, such as helping companies that come to Arizona and need to hire many employees quickly.
We provide access to customized training for your employees who require additional job skills.
Qualified employees can receive on-the-job training, with their salary partially subsidized.
Arizona@Work can help make sense of the changing labor landscape with data that brings the economic and occupational picture of you market area into focus, including:
For businesses that anticipate downsizing or restructuring, Arizona@Work Rapid Response Services can help meet the needs of companies and employees with layoff aversion, pre-layoff assistance and other specialized support
The MLK Youth Career Center serves as a “One-Stop” marketplace delivering education, employment, and vocational training services geared to help youth between ages 16 – 24 to find jobs and/or educational training services. This center is designed to serve students, job seekers, and employers. The MLK Youth Center is a comprehensive youth environment, One-Stop marketplace. Different services are available to all job and education seekers.
These services are provided by career center staff along with community partners as scheduled. MOST OF OUR SERVICES ARE FREE! However, in order to participate in some of our specialized training programs, you will need to meet the WIOA requirements. Upon acceptance, you may be able to train for specialized jobs and or gain access educational training programs at no charge.
Reserve this room for big or small events; it is perfect for business meetings, graduations, weddings, banquets, company retreats, etc. Please submit your reservation form and pay all the fees to begin making the arrangements for a successful event (Must obtain form in person).
The mission of the Educational Opportunity Center Charter High School is to provide an exceptional learning opportunity for students seeking an alternative education that will maximize student achievement to include demonstrating proficiency on State Exit Exams through a high support environment to enable students to become productive, contributing, and successful citizens.
Teacher will use effective instructional formats and be evaluated continuously throughout the teaching experience. Teachers will develop strong relationships with students through providing a high support environment.
The high school primarily serves Yuma County students that are between the ages of 16 and 21 seeking to recuperate high school credit at a quicker pace.