Founded in 1983, the Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. (PIC), is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that operates employment, education, and training programs in southwestern Pennsylvania. PIC assists youth, adults, dislocated workers, and the economically disadvantaged in reaching their educational goals, supporting their family growth, and obtaining training and employment.
Building tomorrow’s workforce in southwestern Pennsylvania through early childhood development, employment and training, education, and business services. We support this Mission by:
Strengthening the economy by improving the quality of life in southwestern Pennsylvania.
We strive for the highest level of performance and excellence in all we do. This means meeting all contractual, programmatic, and fiscal goals on an individual, team, and corporate basis.
We endeavor to have the best possible relationship with all our stakeholders – funders, local communities, customers, employees, and collaborators – by being responsive to their needs, treating them with respect, and exceeding their expectations.
We do so with the commitment, enthusiasm, flexibility, positive attitude, proactive approach, and teamwork necessary for continual success.
By the end of summer vacation, the average student loses approximately a month’s worth of learning that was acquired during the previous school year. This is especially so for struggling readers and other students who currently perform below grade level.
The Center of Excellence: Social Emotional Early Developmental Success (COE: SEEDS) Project will be hosting a FREE Parent Group Leader training. Incredible Years® Curriculum will be issued with COE: SEEDS partnership agreement. Please click here for...
PIC's Family Literacy and the Carnegie Science Center will be holding an event in May. Please click here for further information.
MONESSEN, Pa. – In early December, the Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. (PIC); the Westmoreland County Board of Commissioners through the Department of Planning & Development; and the Westmoreland County Housing Authority (WCHA) hosted an informational meeting and...
School year 2012-2013 has been an exciting time at Head Start. Four staff members were trained to provide dental education using the Healthy Smiles Dental Curriculum. These staff members then trained other staff to use it.