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COVID-19 crisis shows how vital CTE and trades are to Arizona’s workforce

(Photo by Patrick Jervis/East Valley Institute of Technology)

Over the next several weeks and months, Arizona’s business and industry will slowly begin opening their doors in an effort to return Arizona to a new “normal.” Although much will be the same, much will also be different. Change can be challenging and at times scary, but the East Valley Institute of Technology, or EVIT, is committed to educating and training high school and adult learners to help usher in the next chapter of our state’s economy.

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Stepping out of the COVID19 lockdown in Arizona – when and how

Covid 19 stock

Governor Ducey’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected” order to mitigate the COVID19 pandemic has dramatically “flattened the curve,” reducing spread and protecting our hospital system and health care professionals. But, the order was set to expire April 30. As Arizona looks toward re-opening, it is important to consider how we re-enter without jeopardizing the gains achieved by a month in lockdown.

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Leaders look toward strong energy policy even during current crisis

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In Arizona, our leaders and utilities have proven that they are prepared to step up to take care of consumers during this unprecedented crisis, while still looking ahead to the future by working toward a strong energy policy for the state that will modernize Arizona’s energy sector, drive economic development, and help repair some of the economic damage wrought by this novel virus. That is something for which all Arizonans can be proud.

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Our lives depend on your vote

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It is critical for us to understand that protecting our Earth means to protect the American people. So please, it is time that we act together and VOTE for our environment this November. Vote like our lives depend on it; because it does.

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