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    06 Mar 2018
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    Saturday, April 6, 2019 Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch Scottsdale, Arizona 85258 5:30 p.m.  American Indian Silent Art Auction 7:00 p.m. Dinner & Entertainment The 2019 Silver & Turquoise Ball will...
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    08 Jan 2018
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    The Phoenix Indian Center is currently hiring for: Workforce Specialist (Flagstaff location) Prevention Specialist (2 positions available) Youth Development Specialist (2 positions available) Child Care Worker
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    03 Mar 2016
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    Join us for Saturday Academy! This safeTALK training event is a half-day alertness training to train our youth to recognize the invitations sent out by people with thoughts of suicide and...
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Explore our site to learn about our rich history and continuous service to the Phoenix-Metropolitan area.

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Job Preparedness

Looking for a job? Need your High School Equivalency Diploma? Need help with your resumé? We can help.

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Prevention Services

We provide adults and youth with tools and resources to become successful in all facets of life.

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Cultural Enrichment

Want to connect with other Natives living in the Valley? Check out our classes and events designed around cultural traditions and languages.

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Youth Programming

Our youth programs and trainings focus on 4 core areas: culture; making smart choices; and college and career readiness.

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Community Engagement

We are heavily involved in our local community, whether providing workshops, leading community initiatives or hosting events.

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Culture of Pride
Positive Habits Build Traditions

This summer you can see the Phoenix Indian Center’s Urban Indian Coalition of Arizona (UICAZ) prevention campaign on the big screen at Harkins Tempe Marketplace, Harkins Arizona Mills, Harkins Spectrum, Harkins Superstition Springs, and Pollack Theatre. Plus check out our ads in Gila River News, and Au-Authum Action News, as well as on social media and at community events! Watch all four PSAs featuring our talented local American Indian youth! Click here

Did You Know?

The Phoenix Indian Center is the oldest, continuing American Indian Center in the United States, operating since 1947…that’s 71 years! 

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