Partner in Employment COVID-19 Response (Click to Open)
We hope you and your loved one’s are healthy and safe in these uncertain times. Partner in Employment is working hard to support our youth and families in the immigrant and refugee community. PIE’s office is closed during this coronavirus pandemic. Our staff is working from home and working hard to meet your needs, we have increased our services in employment, rental assistance food distribution and other social services. We are always here for you.

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If you need employment and rental assistance please call: 206-453-5142

Leaders in refugee and immigrant employment.

 

Partner in Employment works to guarantee the long-term economic stability of newly arrived refugees and immigrants in King County.

We’re transforming lives.

Partner in Employment provides tailored assistance in language acquisition, housing stabilization, workforce entry, and job training in higher-wage industries.

In 2019...

We changed the lives of our community in King County by serving 569 households and 932 individuals across all of our programs.

Employment

We trained 431 individuals on job readiness and labor standard practices to empower and prepare them for entering the workforce. Of the 322 individuals who were actively searching for work, PIE assisted with 157 job placements.

Wages

The average wage of new manufacturing jobs that our clients started was $19 an hour and 41 hours per week with full benefits.

Housing

We served 88 households and 323 individuals to case management to stabilize their housing. Among those, we provided 27 households and 127 individuals with rental assistance.

ESL Training

In 2019, 42 students studied English with PIE. Most were women.

Youth Programs

In 2019, 67 young people received culturally appropriate case management and mentoring by skilled PIE staff.
(38 females and 29 males)

Transportation

In 2019, 181 people received transportation assistance to get to job interviews and social service appointments.

Outreach

PIE did outreach to 711 people through 71 events in 2019, via resource fairs, job fairs, office visits, flyers, and events, helping to spread the word about our services.

Economic Impact

With the 157 jobs we placed people in, we assisted refugees/immigrants to collectively make $2,451 an hour; $91,458 a week; and $393,269 a month to put back into our economy.

Know Your Rights

In 2019, we did 97 know your rights trainings.

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Services

We supporting our immigrant, refugee, and asylee community right here in King County through our tailored programs.

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Contact Us

Visit our two office locations or reach out to us via phone and get connected to our support staff and our training programs.

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Get Involved

We welcome you to apply to join our team. Check out our job postings and follow us on Facebook for the latest updates.

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