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The 29th Annual Diversity Career Fair

Wednesday, January 23, 2019, 1 p.m.-4 p.m.

Desert Diamond Casino on South Nogales Highway

Sponsored by Tucson Indian Center and Tucson.com

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Career Fair Highlights


  • Attracts more than 1500 qualified, active minority job seekers through the Southern Arizona Indian Workforce Development Council and Tucson Indian Center's relationships with the Indian Nations and the local community.
  • Is one of Southern Arizona's longest running diversity recruiting events supporting urban Native Americans.
  • Is bigger and better than ever with the partnership of The Job Network, the nation's largest recruiting network - reaching a national audience, with nearly 571,500 job searches each month.
  • Is heavily promoted through the Arizona Daily Star newspaper and online advertising - reaching more than 534,000 adults each week.

Source: Scarborough Tucson Market Study, 2017 R1

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Career Fair Testimonials:

Received 9 Qualified applicants"
- Casa de Los Ninos
"The 28th Annual Diversity Career Fair introduced us to a lot of great applicants for our new store opening."
- Blake's Lotaburger
"Hired 3 at the 28th Annual Diversity Career Fair. Great quality of candidates."
- Total Transit

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Basket Sponsors


Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment offers a convenient, memorable entertainment experience in Tucson, Sahuarita, and Why, Arizona. Amenities include unmatched gaming options, fine dining, the Monsoon Nightclub and world-class sporting events, music concerts and comedy sets at the Diamond Center. Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment also offers one of the region's finest convention centers and high-tech meeting facilities.


Dream Catcher Sponsors


The mission of the Tucson Unified School District, in partnership with parents and the greater community, is to assure each pre-K through 12th grade student receives an engaging, rigorous and comprehensive education. The District is committed to inclusion and non-discrimination in all District activities. At all times, District staff should work to ensure that staff, parents, students and members of the public are included and welcome to participate in District activities.


Squash Blossom Sponsors


Northwest Medical Center and Oro Valley Hospital is a 300-bed community hospital with comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services, ranging from emergency to cardiac, critical care, labor and delivery and beyond. We are nationally accredited in several areas including stroke, chest pain, heart failure and joint and spine surgery. Our mission is to provide the communities we service with high-quality cost effective and safe health care.

Cumulus Stations 2018

A leader in the radio broadcasting industry, Cumulus Media (NASDAQ:CMLS) combines high-quality local programming with iconic, nationally syndicated media, sports and entertainment brands to deliver premium content choices to the 245 million people reached each week through its 454 owned-and-operated stations broadcasting in 90 US media markets (including eight of the top 10), more than 8,200 broadcast radio stations affiliated with its Westwood One network and numerous digital channels. 


Tucson Medical Center, licensed at just over 600 beds, has been Tucson’s locally governed nonprofit regional hospital for 70 years. TMC is Southern Arizona’s leading provider for emergency care and pediatric care (including Tucson’s first Pediatric Emergency Department), with top-notch intensive care units for adults, children and newborns. Other specialty areas include women’s, maternity, cardiovascular, orthopaedic, neuroscience, hospice, imaging and senior services. 


Tucson is home to the Pascua Yaqui Tribe Reservation. The Pascua Yaqui Tribe gained Federal Recognition as an Indian Tribe on September 18, 1978.  We are located on 202 acres on the southwest side of Tucson.  Our tribal government provides health, education, social services, vocational training, and housing services to tribal members. Additionally, the reservation community has its own Fire and Police Department to provide the community with public safety services.
Fred Acosta

The Fred G. Acosta Job Corps is a federally-funded program aimed at out-of-school youth between the ages of 16-24.  Students of the Program are able to pursue Career Technical Training with certification as well as acquiring a High School Diploma or GED.  The Program offers a residential component as students are recruited from throughout Southern Arizona including Nogales, Douglas, Sierra Vista and the general metropolitan Tucson area.  Students may spend up to two years in the Program and are offered Career Transitional Services as they look to secure direct employment in various career paths upon completion of the Program.  Students completing the Program may also opt to pursue post-secondary education, military enlistment or advanced career technical training (at other designated Job Corps facilities).


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Important Links

» Exhibitor and sponsor reservations
Attracts more than 1500 qualified, active minority job seekers through the Southern Arizona Indian Workforce Development Council and Tucson Indian Center's relationships with the Indian Nations and the local community.

» Make your Diversity Career Fair experience a success
Tips for job seekers; how to get the most out of the Diversity Career Fair or any job hunt.

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