Enrolling children from all income levels
WINDOW ROCK, ARIZONA — Navajo Head Start is hosting a student recruitment drive and a job fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, March 6, at the Dook’o’oosłííd Business Complex in suite 202 in Tuba City, Arizona.
Navajo Head Start is now enrolling children from all income levels due to the program meeting its low-income quota. Parents and guardians are encouraged to enroll their children and should bring their child’s birth certificate, verification of income and the child’s immunization records. Head Start staff will be available on-site to assist in completing child enrollment packets.
Early Head Start provides services to children from the age of birth to 36 months, and Head Start provides services to children from the age of 36 months to the mandatory school age of 5-years-old.
For the job fair, job applicants must have all required documents attached when submitting employment application packets. Human Resource staff will be present for intake and to assist in completing hiring packets. The Office of Information Management will also be present to conduct mandatory on-site background checks.
Navajo Head Start is a program designed to empower children, families and communities. The program offers early childhood education, child development, parental involvement and many more services with emphasis on Navajo language and culture. Services are provided to children, their families and to local communities throughout the Navajo Nation.
The program operates four regions spread across the Navajo Nation in the states of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.
For more information, contact the Central Administration Office at 928-871-6902 or access the website at www.navajohs.org.