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PIC works with hundreds of families and individuals to help them become economically self-sufficient.
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.
PIC serves low-income parents who want to create stability for themselves and their children, refugees and immigrants looking for a new life in the United States, homeless veterans wanting to reintegrate into civilian life, families recovering from domestic violence and young people striving to create successful career and life plans after high school.
PIC connects job seekers to workforce skill trainings and jobs in partnership with local businesses and community members focused on building a strong, healthy community
PIC’s staff works with hundreds of families and individuals each year to help them become economically self-sufficient through efforts that:
- Strengthen individuals and their families
- Lead with Equitable and Inclusive practices
- Promote hope
- Connect clients with the community
PIC is a 501 (C) (3) organization, a non-profit that is funded primarily by local, state and federal government whose annual budget is $2.2 million.
We offer Job Seekers:
- Tools to Overcome Employment Barriers
- Skill Identification
- Increased English Competency
- Resume Development
- Job Fairs and On-Site Interviews
- Job Training and Coaching
- Workshops and Networking
We offer Employers:
- Qualified Applicants
- Motivated and Qualified Applicants
- Matched to Specific Requirements
- Trained in Basic Work Habits
- Dedicated to Customer Service
- Grounded in People Skills
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
Through our Community Jobs Program we work closely with local non-profit organizations to place clients who are on public assistance. Clients get on-the-job training and help local organizations function economically by receiving staffing at no cost for up to six months.
PIC has developed partnerships with the private sector through the State of Washington Career Jump Program where local business can receive a staff member with subsidized minimum wages for three months. The business must commit to hiring the staff member at the end of the three months.
If you are a non-profit or private sector business interested in working with PIC, please call Christine Zabel at 360-597-2080 or contact her at email@example.com.
Diversity Equity and Inclusion Statement
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 the 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.