Jewelry, Home Decor, Gifts; Since 2003, the Pickle Barrel Trading Post in Globe, Arizona has been a regional destination point for national and international visitors. The Pickle Barrel is known for its curated collection of Sleeping Beauty turquoise jewelry, Mata Ortiz pottery, Native American crafts, and Southwest home décor. Visitors love trading post items such as Arizona souvenirs and tasty edibles; the antiques and vintage reproductions are popular, too, as well as the rock and mineral room. Buckskin, beading supplies, and leatherworking goods are all on hand, as well as Southwest and Native American-themed books, music, and films. As they say, ‘You Won’t Believe What’s Inside’, and it’s true!
Career and technical education high school; Cobre Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) is one of the fourteen public Joint Technical Educational Districts (JTED) in the State of Arizona that provides specialized vocational education now known as Career & Technical Education (CTE) to students within the copper corridor of southern Gila county and eastern Pinal county. CVIT programs’ instructional delivery occurs at the central campuses of the local community colleges and at the high school campuses of Globe, Hayden, Miami, Ray, San Carlos and Superior. There are more than 20 different CTE programs throughout the satellite campuses. Some of these programs include Agriculture, Bioscience, Culinary, Ed Professions, Graphic Design, JROTC, Robotics and Sports Medicine to name a few. The two local community colleges that provide CVIT’s central campus instruction are the Gila Community College and Aravaipa campus of Central Arizona College. At these central campuses, students are given the opportunity to enroll and earn industry recognized certification in CTE programs such as Construction Technology, Cosmetology, Dental Assistant, Fire Science, Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant and Welding. All central campus programs are taught by community college instructors in which students earn college credit and have their tuition and books paid for by CVIT. The central campus programs are offered to all students that meet the required qualifications from the participating satellite communities including charter, online and home-schooled students. CVIT’s enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year includes 1,235 students within the satellite programs and 110 students at the central campus programs. Anyone that has questions or is interested in enrolling in CVIT central campus programs please contact Mike O’Neal at 928-242-1907 or mo’email@example.com.