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The creative designs of students in EVIT’s Fashion, Interiors and Textiles program will be showcased during the 2014 Fashion Show at the East Valley Institute of Technology.
The 22nd annual Mystery Chef Dinner at Mesa’s East Valley Institute of Technology will feature gourmet food in a fundraiser for future chefs. The dinner is March 6.
The East Valley Institute of Technology has purchased the former Fazoli’s restaurant property in west Mesa to convert into a restaurant that will be refurbished and eventually operated by EVIT students.
Students and parents gave the East Valley Institute of Technology a big thumbs-up in a recent annual survey.
Former State Senator David Schapira has been appointed assistant superintendent at Mesa’s East Valley Institute of Technology.
It’ll be good food for a good cause at 6 p.m., March 7, when Mesa’s East Valley Institute of Technology hosts the 21st annual Mystery Chef Dinner benefitting EVIT’s Culinary Arts program.
The Adult Education Department at Mesa’s East Valley Institute of Technology is offering three classes starting in February for those wanting to learn more about air brushing, Adobe Photoshop, and computers.
Sometimes, it takes a pair of outside eyes to see what those who are closest often overlook. Such was the case last year when the East Valley Institute of Technology was touted by TIME magazine as “learning that works.” The writer traveled to Mesa, toured EVIT and saw first-hand how we prepare young people for productive, successful lives while meeting the needs of business and industry. Hearing from EVIT students made the biggest impact. Kids want to come to EVIT. They love it here.
When Mister and Miss EVIT were announced Saturday at the East Valley Institute of Technology, it wasn’t your usual crowning of a high school king and queen.
Gilbert High School senior Emma Allinger will make a grand entrance when EVIT Expo 2013 kicks off Saturday at Mesa’s East Valley Institute of Technology.
It was less than three years ago that Mesa’s The Gold Mine Radio station finally received its FCC license — following a 12-year effort.
As a junior at Scottsdale’s Chaparral High School, Landry Low loved to sew and dreamed of working in fashion design, but wasn’t sure how she would get there. Then at a school event, this 4.6-GPA honors student happened to spot a pamphlet for the East Valley Institute of Technology in Mesa.
At the East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) no one was sure how a hybrid class of adults and high school students would work — until now. Last week, 22 students ranging in age from 18 to 40-something graduated from the medical assistant program.
Both innovative. Both impactful. Both oh-so-East Valley.
The East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) is featured in the May 14 edition of TIME Magazine. The article, “Learning that Works,” is by Joe Klein.
The East Valley Institute of Technology will hold EVIT Expo, its annual open house, Jan. 28 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. During the event, prospective students, parents and family members can tour the campus, participate in activities and learn more about career and technical education.
In celebration of 20 years of excellence in education and to honor his commitment, dedication and service to the East Valley Institute of Technology, the main campus located at 1601 W. Main St. in Mesa was officially renamed the Dr. A. Keith Crandell Campus on Dec. 12.
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Mesa Mountain View and Mesa High gave fans a taste of what 5A East Valley Region play will be like this year with a black-and-blue game that brought back memories of the 1980s and early 1990s Friday night at Toro Stadium.
Arizona school districts won’t be able to use vocational funding for other purposes any longer, according to a state law going into effect in mid-August.