Mesa's Sun Valley High School is in the running for a State Farm Neighborhood Assist grant to help fund career training for the school, and it needs the community’s votes.
Sun Valley High School, a public charter school, is one of 200 selected causes vying for 40 $25,000 grants nationally.
The school has until April 22 to gather votes on Facebook from its community. On April 29, the top 40 vote-receiving causes will be announced.
The school offers several career training programs, including automotive and computer training, business technology, criminal justice, fitness training and web design. In addition, students can complete a certified nursing assistant program and graduate with skills to start a career.
To vote for Sun Valley High School, download the State Farm Neighborhood Assist app on Facebook and search for Sun Valley or click https://www.state-assist.com/cause/3950/career-training.