Pima Vocational High School Mentors & Interns
Pima Vocational High School student interns are responsible, hard working young people who have each completed at least 32 hours of employment skills training. Interns are assigned work placement experiences with our Pima County and community partners. Student interns work 1-4 hours per day for six weeks, assisting employers with every day tasks and learning valuable real world work skills.
Interested in learning more? Find out more about our Vocational Program here, or learn about becoming a mentor in the Mentor Packet, or contact a Youth Specialist for more information.
Current Mentor? Go here.
Where have PVHS interns worked?
City of Tucson Parks & Recreation
Pima County Rio Nuevo
Pima County Print Shop
Kids 4 Ever Daycare
A Helping Hand Thrift Store
McElroy's Auto Shop
Pima County One Stop
Sushi on a Roll Restaurant
My Little Angels Daycare
Kids World Day Care
Waste Water Reclamation Department
A Handyman's Haven
“I believe that all young people are capable of being productive members of our society. By devoting my time to mentor students, I am enhancing their opportunities to be successful in life. By exposing our interns to the nature of the work that our Public Works Departments perform, I engage them in thinking about potential professions that provide infrastructure, public safety and quality of life.