Arizona Department of Economic Security Archives

DES show spotlights artists who suffered brain injuries


Each year, approximately 1.7 million Americans suffer a brain injury or concussion. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and the Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) is partnering with the Arizona Governor’s Council on Spinal and Head Injuries and the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona to raise awareness by hosting a free, public art show… Read More →

Service provider picked for $12M affordable housing development

affordable housing
by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

Rainbow Housing Assistance Corporation, a nonprofit organization that provides housing programs for residents of rental housing communities, has been selected by developer Gorman & Company, Inc. as the service provider for West End Station, a new $12 million, 70-unit affordable housing development in Tucson. West End Station, which will be located at the west end of the… Read More →

CBRE releases recent transaction report

by in Blogs

CBRE’s Tucson office has released the following transaction report for the last two weeks: LEASES Duffield, Miller, Young, Adamson, and Alfred PC have leased 6,926 square feet of office space at 3430 E Sunrise Drive from United Insurance Company of America. The tenant was self-represented. David Volk with CBRE’s Tucson office represented the landlord. Tula… Read More →

Wells Fargo Hiring to Fill Jobs across Arizona

Enterprise Bank
by in Banking | Business News | Workforce

Wells Fargo, the third largest corporate employer in Arizona, today announced it will be participating in a job fair hosted by Arizona Department of Economic Security and Arizona Workforce Connections Expo at the Arizona State Fairgrounds on March 20. The company has more than 200 positions available throughout the state.  Recruiters will be available to… Read More →

AWEE presents 2012 Faces of Success

by in Business News | Events

A formerly homeless veteran who lost his hearing from an explosion in Vietnam, an ex-offender who chose drugs over her children and today counsels individuals in similar circumstances, and a Baltimore transplant who had to rely on the financial support of family when she couldn’t find a fulltime job despite a steady work history will… Read More →