Tuft & Needle is accepting applications through June for its Fixer’s Scholarship, geared toward Arizona college students who want to fix a problem.
DevMountain, a subsidiary of Capella Education Company, is starting a physical campus in the Phoenix Business and Workforce Development Center.
Homeschoolers receive Junior Master Gardener certification and harvest knowledge of food at St. Vincent de Paul urban farm in South Phoenix.
The Arizona Capitol Museum and Guild (AZCM) will offer free, special tours of the capitol and grounds on Saturdays in March and April at 10:30 a.m.
The New American Musical Theatre Studio is the culmination of a multi-year partnership between ASU’s School of Music and Phoenix Theatre.
Trellis, a housing counseling agency, will host an event to help answer millennials’ homebuying questions at DeSoto Central Market on March 8.
From Feb. 10-18, Phoenix Urban Design Week will focus on the future of Phoenix through discussions, mixers, tours and more.
Participate in interactive activities, talk to students, faculty and staff, and peek into innovative student spaces at the ASU downtown Phoenix campus.
50 Phoenix middle and high school students will participate in the pitch event Aug. 26-28. It will be the first youth startup weekend held in the southwest.
Several central Phoenix-based organizations are leading the charge to create resources for adults with autism, from education to independent living.