Wednesday, June 1

Posted: Updated: Career Fair

Wednesday, June 1st
9:00am - 12:30pm
Embassy Suites Biltmore
2630 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Parking: Self-Parking: $10

Thursday, June 2nd
9:00am - 12:30pm
Holiday Inn & Suites
1600 S. Country Club Drive
Mesa, AZ 85210
Parking: Complimentary

Many of the companies we work with offer some of the following:

  • Base + Uncapped Commission Pay Structure
  • Flexible Work Schedule
  • Full Benefits, 401K, Stock Options
  • Company Car or Gas Allowances
  • President Club Trips & Other Incentives
  • Opportunity for Immense Growth
  • $70k + 1st Yr. Salaries

Bring 10-15 Resumes 
Dress Business Professional 
This is a free event for job seekers

Some of the companies registered for our event include: State Farm, Konica Minolta, Paychex, Vivint Solar, Matrix Medical, Ricoh, FiveStars, Cruise America, RW Lynch, CyraCom, Cruise America and more!

Job Opportunities include: 
Inside Sales Reps, Outside Sales Reps, Account Executives, Retail Managers, Account Managers, Insurance Sales, Customer Service, Technical Sales, Sales Managers, Pharmaceutical Sales, Telesales, Sales Trainer, Merchandiser, Mortgage Brokers, Financial Planner, Route Sales, Retail Sales, Retail Management, Human Resources and much more!

For more information visit:

Sauce Pizza and Wine Hiring

Calling all job seekers! Sauce Pizza and Wine is currently hiring for their Norterra location in Phoenix. They are looking for hard working people who love cooking and making pizzas with the freshest ingredients. If this sounds like you, then the Sauce family would love to meet you! Interested applicants can stop by the restaurant's Phoenix location on Monday, June 6 and Tuesday, June 7 from 10am to 6pm, to learn more about the company and apply for the open positions. 

When: Monday, June 6 and Tuesday, June 7 from 10 am to 6 pm 
Where: Sauce Pizza and Wine, 2470 W. Happy Valley Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85085 
Hiring: All Positions, including Cashier, Server, Cook, Utility 

For more information, please visit or call 623-414-4866. 

Local Love: Irma's Kitchen

906 N 15th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007 
(602) 252-2620


Pinspiration is a DIY arts and crafts studio/wine bar/events space in the Scottsdale/Phoenix area located on High Street (City North). 

The studio removes DIY's common barriers to creativity and make it easy for every member of the community to unleash their inner artist and "try DIY.

Pinspiration's hip studio offers both open-ended and tutorial-let art experiences in a supportive, playful venue. Customers have access to a variety of high-quality art supplies and tools. Customers can create their own idea on the spot or they can choose from an array of ever-changing monthly project menus based on the most popular "pinned" social media projects and current craft trends. 

The venue includes a VIP party room, a full-service beer/wine bar, a crafting/project room and Arizona's first splatter room, inspired by Jackson Pollock. 

Please call ahead at 480-636-8010 or email before visiting so we can make sure your space is reserved for your group.

Visit their website at:

5410 E. High Street, Ste 105
Phoenix, AZ 85054

Safari Camp/Wildlife World Zoo

Your child can be the first to experience Safari Camp exclusives not available to the general public!  

  •         Exotic animal training 
  •         Sea Lion encounter
  •         Animal feedings & interactions
  •         Ostrich egg painting & other fun crafts
  •         Wildlife Education
  •         Create and provide enrichment for animals 
  •         Exploring all 10 rides 
  •         Basics of animal handling 
  •         Learning about careers in the zoological field   
  •         Behind the scene tours and much more!

Safari Camp is July 11th-15th from 8:30am-1pm.
Ages 7-12 years
Price $500 per child 
Only accepting 20 children and there are still a few spots available.
For more information visit

The Wildlife World Zoo is located at 16501 W. Northern Ave. in Litchfield Park.
For more information on all the zoo's exciting attractions and events, call 623-935-WILD or check out their website

Living at Home

What is different about young adults today as compared with previous generations?
"Well, for any generation, young adulthood is a time of tremendous growth and change. There is a lot of uncertainty. They are finding their identity and beginning to make their way in the adult world. 
For most of us, becoming an adult means finishing school, moving out, becoming financially independent, getting married, maybe having children. But trends in this generation are far more diverse. Many in this generation are waiting longer to get married or have children. Becoming financially independent is a challenge there are higher levels of unemployment, higher levels of student loan debt. As the Pew study found, more young adults are living with parents. 
For some, the decision to live with parents works well for all involved. But some individuals are just not making that transition to adulthood successfully."
Some have used the term "Failure to Launch". Is that what you are describing?
"Yes, failure to launch describes well what we are seeing. Parents describe children who seem unable or unwilling to hold down a job or contribute around the house, and who seem to expect to be taken care of. These young adults, on the other hand, describe themselves as feeling unprepared for adulthood, and overwhelmed by the responsibility. When a young adult seems to have little motivation to function independently, it causes a lot of tension in the family and can be emotionally and financially draining for parents."

Why does that happen?
"Any number of reasons. Several recent studies suggest young adults who struggle in these years often have had difficulty in childhood or adolescence as well. For some, there may be an underlying learning or attention issue. We're also seeing higher levels of depression and anxiety.
People who struggle at this stage of life often have an inflated sense of self-worth but a much lower sense of confidence in their own abilities. As digital natives, their exposure to media gives some a sense that they should "have it all", and the sooner the better. They don't think they should have to stay in an unsatisfying, low wage job as part of the process. And that is just not realistic. It becomes completely overwhelming." 
What helps?
"As parents, it's our job to give our children the practical life skills they need for adult roles in the workforce and in relationships, including daily responsibilities, at a developmentally appropriate level.  Our children need to learn how to cope with failure or rejection, and how to persevere through adversity. Sometimes that means letting them fail. As hard as that is, it's important that they have that opportunity while the stakes are still relatively low. 
For those who are struggling, I think finding a coach, a mentor or therapist to help them develop and follow through with short- and long-term plans is critical. Parents need to set appropriate limits and expectations for their child, and communicate those clearly. And they need to be willing to let the adult child face natural consequences if they fail to live up to those responsibilities.

Laura Wingers, PsyD, is a licensed psychologist in private practice in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Her practice focuses on the assessment of complex developmental, academic and emotional issues as well as consultation and intervention strategies for addressing those challenges.

For more information visit:
8585 E Bell Rd Ste 100A
Scottsdale, AZ 85260 
(602) 957-7600 (Office)

Summer Makeup-Eric Jimenez

You can follow Eric on Instagram @EricJimenez or check out his website: 

100 Club Comedy

The fundraising continues this weekend for the family of the fallen Phoenix police officer David Glasser. This time it’s all about laughs.

The Laugh Factory of Scottsdale is raising money for the 100 Club with a night of comedy and what better way than with local comedians Mark Cordes and George Canter.

For more information visit:
7000 E Shea Blvd # H-1990, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 
Phone: (480) 607-6878
Zappone's Italian Bistro Cooking Class

Summer in Sicily Cooking Class
Saturday, July 16th  12 noon
$44/per person includes lunch, recipe & non-alcoholic beverage
For more information or to sign up for class:

Zappone's Italian Bistro
1652 N. Higley Rd., #103
Gilbert, AZ 85234

Measles Outbreak-AllKids Pediatric Urgent Care 

  • Measles spreads fast - 90% of non-immunized people will get the disease
  • Measles is a viral infection - no specific treatment
  • Measles starts with fever, cough, congestion, red eyes and then the rash
  • 11 confirmed cases in Pinal County - started from Eloy Detention Center
  • Complications can include pneumonia, seizures, brain damage and death

Measles Prevention
If you have a fever and a rash, please call your physician as soon as possible.
Arizona Medical Association urging physicians and medical offices to take precautions.
Vaccination is the only guaranteed prevention.
Kids get rashes a lot with many viral infections, so if you are worried call your Primary Care Physician or Pediatrician.   If it is after hours or you are having trouble reaching them, AllKids Pediatric Urgent Care is open from 12pm-10pm daily.

AllKids Urgent Care Locations:

AllKids Urgent Care- Mesa Pediatric Urgent Care
10720 E. Southern Ave. #112A
Mesa, AZ 85209

AllKids Urgent Care-Gilbert Pediatric Urgent Care
1430 N. Cooper Rd. #101
Gilbert, AZ 85233