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Our Mission

To assist individuals to become economically self-sufficient by providing resources, training and job placement opportunities.

Our Values

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

  • Uniqueness is powerful.
  • Partners in Careers honors diversity as an integral part of our history, culture and identity.
  • We strive to be inclusive in the way we treat and perceive all differences.
  • We endeavor to create an inclusive environment where all forms of diversity are seen as real value.
  • We are committed to creating an equitable organization where staff and board are representative of the communities we serve, by applying an equity lens to all decisions, programs and policies, providing ongoing training in DEI practices for the staff and board and encouraging participation and decision making from underrepresented groups at all levels of the organization
Our Programs

Who We Serve

Partners In Careers (PIC) is a nonprofit organization that strives to create self–sufficiency through specialized job training and employment services. This is accomplished by helping people break through barriers to employment, which often means addressing generational poverty.

Adults & Families​

We help adults and parents stabilize their families and envision a pathway to success. Our programs provide employment readiness services to low-income to families in Clark County through job training, work experience, and individualized assistance.


Our Veteran programs serve homeless veterans who are seeking housing assistance, employment services, training programs, and support.

Immigrants & Refugees​

Newly arrived refugees and immigrants with language barriers are supported in their transition to employment in the U.S.


We partner with schools to bring career readiness workshops, guest speakers, job shadows, and tours to local students so they can be prepared for their careers.

“When I got here it was amazing. Having the support here at PIC made it possible because I didn’t have support without them. Now I have job experience; I have new skills. I worked at the courthouse; that was my first job through PIC. I started going back to college because now I have experience and I want to move forward in the workplace.”

News and Updates​