OIC of Clark County will provide services designed to eliminate poverty, unemployment, and illiteracy in Clark County.
The Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) of Clark County is a private, not-for-profit organization that has helped over 45,000 people "help themselves" for 33 years. OIC was founded locally by Mrs. Carol Scott in 1971, and is an affiliate of The Opportunities Industrialization Center of America (OICA), which was founded in 1964 by Reverend Leon Sullivan.
Throughout its history, OIC has continued to provide Counseling, GED preparation, Youth programming and High School Education, Vocational Training, Referral Services, Job Placement Assistance and Emergency Utility services to assist low-income Clark County residents in becoming self-sufficient. In 1989 OIC of Clark County was designated the Community Action Agency (CAA) for Clark County.
Opportunities Industrialization Center of Clark County is a publicly funded organization
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