The secretaries of Labor, Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development visited Pima County’s Sullivan Jackson Employment Center Monday.
“In this pursuit we have to make residence calls,” pronounced Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, who was assimilated by HUD Secretary Julian Castro and Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald. The contingent met with Tucsonans who have used a job- and life-skill services a core provides to area veterans.
“They taught me how to get a job,” pronounced Brandon Alexander, a Navy maestro who spent time homeless after his service. Alexander pronounced he was means to learn career goals by a center, eventually earning aircraft technician certifications.
Genevieve Yordani pronounced she came to Sullivan Jackson as a singular mom struggling to survive. “We all need some support,” Yordani said.
With a assistance of caseworkers during a core and her possess efforts, Yordani finished a grade during Pima Community College and pronounced she skeleton to be a amicable worker.
Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, Councilwoman Regina Romero and Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias also attended a meeting, partial of a three-city debate for a cupboard members that enclosed Las Vegas and Houston.
The Sullivan Jackson Employment Center, partial of Pima County One Stop Career Center, receives appropriation from a county, city and sovereign governments.