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Welcome to The Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona

The Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona (TRVFA) is a non-profit organization under IRS Code 501(c)(3) whose purpose is to assist those people who qualify under Arizona law to obtain financial assistance to further their vocational studies. TRVFA is an organization that meets Arizona‚Äôs Credit For Contributions To A Qualifying Charitable Organization requirements.  Our QCO Code is 20698.
Candidates who meet the eligibility requirements are identified and recommended to TRVFA by financial aid counselors in vocational education institutions. and/or Rotarians and their clubs.
Mailing Address:   TRVFA, P O Box 14412, Scottsdale, AZ 85267

$6,000 check was donated to TRVFA and presented by the Tucson Sunrise Rotary Club.  

Donation from the LIZ COHN MEMORIAL FUND.

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*NEW* PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE - TUCSON AZ 

AVIATION TECHNOLOGY CENTER    #PCC

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION DOES WORK

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES

 
 
 

THE ROTARY VOCATIONAL FUND OF AZ HELPS OTHERS HELP THEMSELVES

Our mission is to ensure a revenue stream that will continuously fund vocational education grants requested by struggling Arizona residents who demonstrate the desire and will to enable themselves to thrive.
Together, we create lasting change by allowing individuals to
lift themselves out of poverty and contribute to their communities.
HELPING OTHERS HELP THEMSELVES

Rotarians attending the District 5495 Conference June 22, 2019 had an opportunity to hear from vocational education grant recipients telling about the profound difference their TRVFA support has made in their lives.  CLICK HERE or on the image to watch a video of their presentation.
 
Sofia Ibarra, seated closest to the podium, was sponsored by the Scottsdale Sunrise Rotary Club to study phlebotomy at East Valley Medical College during the 2016-17 academic year.  She was hired immediately after graduating, but has since completed other studies and advanced in her medical profession.  She has enjoyed many positive transitions in her personal life as a result of the beginning her TRVFA grant provided for her.
 
Jocelyn Castillo, seated in the middle was recently sponsored by the Peoria Rotary Club to begin a Surgical Technology program July 12, 2019 at East Valley Institute of Technology in Mesa, Arizona.  The grant will enable her to enter a career where she will earn a livable wage while she seeks to achieve her real goal of becoming a surgeon.
 
Cayanne Nelson, seated on the left, was sponsored by the Paradise Valley Rotary Club in March of this year to study phlebotomy at the East Valley Medical College in Mesa.  She interned at the VA medical facility, and was so touched by what they have given for all of us, that she plans to continue to volunteer there even though her permanent paid position will be with another employer. 
 
 
Board Officers & Directors
Chairman of the Board
President 5495
Secretary 5500
Treasurer 5495
Director 5495
Director 5495
Director 5500
Director 5495
Director 5495
Director 5500
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