YUHSD fair coming October 2

YUMA, Ariz. -

Yuma Union High School District is holding its annual college, career and military fair on Tuesday, October 2, at Cibola High School.


The fair rotates between campuses each year and is open to all students throughout Yuma, San Luis and Eastern Imperial Valley.


Doors open at 5:30 p.m.


“Our College, Career and Military Fair helps the families of Yuma Union High School District understand what opportunities are out there,” YUHSD Superintendent Gina Thompson said. “While we have traditionally hosted the event, students and families are welcome from all over the region. College-going culture is truly for everyone and it starts early, so even ninth and tenth graders should be gathering as much knowledge as they can about what doors may open for them in the future.”


Arizona's major universities, community colleges, military academies/ROTC representatives, and career technical programs will be present at the event.


Organizations include:


Air Force Academy

Arizona State University

Arizona State University - CAMP

Arizona Christian University

Arizona Community Foundation of Yuma

Arizona Western College

Arizona Western College - CAMP

The Art Institute

ASU Air Force ROTC

The Citadel

City of Yuma – Attorney’s Office

Civil Air Patrol

The Conservatory of Recording Arts

Dental Assisting Institute

Grand Canyon University

Lincoln Tech

National Guard

Northern Arizona University – Yuma

Northern Arizona University – Flagstaff

Nicklaus Engineering

Paul Mitchell School

Prescott College

Regional Center for Border Health

SHINE Program


Talent Search

University of Arizona – Navy ROTC

University of Arizona

University of Arizona – Yuma

Universal Technical Institute

Upward Bound

U.S. Air Force

U.S. Customs & Border Patrol

U.S. Marine Corps

U.S. Naval Academy

Wells Fargo


Yuma International Airport

Yuma County Sheriff

Yuma County Health Dept.

Yuma Fire Department

Yuma Police Department

Yuma Regional Medical Center

Yuma School of Beauty

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