Self Care - Developing our Participants for the Workplace

Self Care - Developing our Participants for the Workplace
April 15, 2016


Week Ending Friday, April 15, 2016

Attention Project ARRIBA Participants
Vision, Initiative & Perseverance meetings are awesome. They are intended to help develop you for the workplace. As a participant in good standing, you should attend one VIP session each week during the fall and spring semesters and at least monthly during the summer semester. Please note, out of courtesy for the presenter, if you arrive late you will need to wait until the next session start time. All VIP meetings are mandatory to attend, if you cannot attend, please contact your case manager to schedule a separate appointment.

Friday, April 15, 2016
Location: Project ARRIBA Classroom
Times: 11:00 am & 1:30 pm

Please arrive 15 minutes early.

Presenter: Kelly Theonnes, LMFT from El Paso VET Center

Together Everyone Accomplishes the Mission - T.E.A.M.

Contact Us 915.843.4055 or by Email

  • Mimi Duran, Senior Case Manager can be reached at 915.704.4681
  • Vikki Rey, Senior Case Manager can be reached at 915.704.4682
  • Isela Loera, Senior Case Manager can be reached at 915.704.4683
  • Priscilla Estrada, Case Manager III can be reached at 915.704.4685
  • Estela Flores, Case Manager II can be reached at 915.704.4684

Program Information
Project ARRIBA assists economically disadvantaged individuals to gain the education & workforce skills needed for El Paso’s demand occupations that pay a Living Wage of $14 per hour or higher with benefits & a career path. We partner with our participants to provide the financial and case management support needed to complete training in a high-demand career. We invest in human capital which leads to workforce and economic development in our community, region, state, and nation.

Sponsored Careers

  • Registered Nursing (BSN)
  • Registered Nursing (ADN)
  • Licensed Vocational Nursing
  • Other Allied Health Careers
  • Information Technology
  • Other Demand Careers

Project ARRIBA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization

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