Tips for Dressing for Success

Dress for Success Good first impressions are crucial to landing a job. Your level of success will be determined by your interviewer(s), who will begin your evaluation based on several non-verbal cues, such as the style, fit, color and cleanliness of your clothes; your choice of accessories; the firmness of your

Chandler Celebration of Unity 2017

About This Festival Location Chandler Center for the Arts|250 N Arizona Ave Chandler, AZ Date January 12, 2017 AMPS Phoenix's Take While the country has been divided in several social and economic issues, Chandler, Arizona, has been organizing an event to inspire unity like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. did during his works in the Civil Rights Movement.

Litchfield Park Native Arts Festival 2017

About This Festival Location Litchfield Elementary School|255 W Wigwam Blvd Litchfield Park, AZ Date Date Unconfirmed AMPS Phoenix's Take Native American art is fascinating because it has told us stories spanning hundreds of years, starting in caves and on rocks. In Litchfield Park, Arizona, this art festival pays tribute to Native American heritage and their rich

Custom socks storm the market

One of the latest fashion trends out today is custom socks. Now consumers can design their socks to match the color of their favorite shoes or team color, display their nickname or jersey number, or even display an image of themselves. One company that provides these services is Stand Out

Welcome to AMPS Magazine Phoenix!

Welcome to AMPS Magazine Phoenix. AMPS (American Minority People Succeeding) Magazine is a publication focused on the successes and achievements of all minorities. Contact us if you have stories about minority achievements in your community, or if your business would like help with promotion or advertisement. You can email us

Insight into children’s race and gender identities

Children's knowledge and use of race and gender labels have been well-explored by researchers, but how kids think about their own identities in those contexts, especially before adolescence, is less clear. A new study from the University of Washington provides a rare glimpse into how children perceive their social identities in