PIC's 16-member staff works with hundreds of families and individuals to help them become economically self-sufficient.
They do this through job training, coordination of support services and job placement. PIC clients are primarily referred by local agencies providing public assistance to people in need.
PIC works with youth, families with children, refugees, low-income seniors and adults facing multiple challenges to employment such as homelessness, debt, addiction and mental illness.
PIC is a 501 (C) (3) organization, a non-profit that is funded primarily by local, state and federal government whose annual budget is $2.3 million.
Due to overwhelming support for the 2016 Barn Dance, online registrations are no longer being accepted. Please call Sharon Pesut at 360.597.2060 to see if there are any spots still available. Thanks for your support.
How You Can Help
There are many ways you can help PIC serve our community.
Opportunities include joining our Board of Directors or helping out on one of our Advisory Committees.
If you represent a local business, we’d love to talk with you about placing one of our clients in a subsidized employment situation. We have options for both non-profit and private sector businesses.
Your contributions to programs at Partners in Careers are welcome. Donations, which can be made on-line on this website, go directly to help veterans, youth and parents with training and other costs related to becoming self-sufficient. Please consider become a supporter of PIC today.