Adults & Families
We work with hundreds of families and individuals to help them become economically self-sufficient. Our programs provide employment readiness services to low-income to families in Clark County through job training, work experience, and individualized assistance. We strive to adults and parents stabilize their families and envision a pathway to success.
Our Community Jobs program serves parents with dependent children on public assistance. PIC staff work with parents in a four to six-month program to provide job training, job search, work experience and to address challenges such as health and legal issues. Staff work with parents to create a plan for success and an outcome of employment and independence. For more information, please contact Kegan Gibson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nicole Quenzer at email@example.com
Career Academy provides one on one support for job seekers. In the program, participants learn job search strategies and skills such as finding jobs to apply for, applications, resumes, cover letters, and interview practice. Career Academy participants have access to transportation support and PIC technology lab to support their job search process. For more information, please contact LaDonna Langwell at firstname.lastname@example.org