In less than five years, nearly 70% of jobs will require education beyond high school. Currently, only 42% of Arizona adults have a credential beyond a high school diploma. To be competitive, more Arizonans must be equipped with a 2- or 4- year college degree or industry recognized certificate. The committee of Achieve Pinal was established to connect the efforts of Achieve60AZ at the state level to Pinal County. Mirroring the statewide initiative, a cross section of community leaders representing business, education, government and the non-profit community make up the committee.
Expect More Arizona (March 21, 2018)
Arizona Department of Education Tackles Challenge of Youth Disconnection
Casa Grande Dispatch (February 17, 2018)
Achieve Pinal focuses on education, workforce skills
Arizona Capitol Times (February 8, 2018)
Alliance works to boost education levels beyond high school
For more information about Achieve Pinal, contact Judee Jackson at Judeejackson59@gmail.com