Local landlords and a multihousing association official spoke up at a recent meeting about Tempe’s proposed change to its anti-discrimination ordinance that would expand protections to sources of income, including federal and local housing vouchers.
Tempe’s Workforce Readiness and Livable Communities Committee met Aug. 28 to discuss the latest updates from the city’s Office of Education, Career and Family Services about what’s been accomplished in its many programs during the last year.
In celebration of National Grandparents Day, UnitedHealthcare will host its fourth annual Grandparents Day event to honor grandparents and the significant role they play in the lives and health of families.
An upcoming edition of Energy for Sustainable Development will feature an article co-authored by Glendale Community College’s Michael Strong, social sciences faculty member, and Julie Silva, geography instructor at the University of Buffalo.
More than 30 local students spent summer break gaining work experience and building professional skills thanks to the Career Ready Tempe program, which matches students with Tempe businesses for a six-week paid summer internship.