Making a Difference


Every year, Pine Castle’s Community Employment Program helps dozens of participants secure fulfilling jobs in the area. 100% of employees earn more than the minimum wage.
Our comprehensive supported employment services include:

• Job development
• Application/interview support
• Workplace accessibility and adaptation
• On-the-job skills training
• Regular follow-up

PCI Employment Services – Staffing

Helping the First Coast employers hire the right people


Looking for workers who can do the job right? Tired of waiting for qualified applicants to call? By utilizing the resources and talent from our Community Employment program, we’re pleased to offer First Coast companies a free staffing/placement service.

At no cost to you, Pine Castle will:

• Pre-screen the applicants
• Recommend candidates whose skills and strengths best match your needs (you control all hiring decisions)
• Provide your new hires with on-site training support

It’s truly a win-win situation. And by using this free service to fill your employment needs you may also qualify for special tax credits and government incentives.

For more information, please contact Tommy Holston, Director of Community Employment Services, at or call (904)733-2650 ext. 228.

Employers We’ve Served

Some of the employers we’ve served in the Greater Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St. Johns Counties of Northeast Florida include:

• Avenues Mall
• Biscayne Bay Elementary School
• Bojangles
• Burger King
• Chick-fil-a
• CiCi’s Pizza
• Dollar Tree
• EverBank Field
• Family Dollar
• Federal Building Downtown
• Firehouse Subs
• Flowers Baking Company
• Golden Corral
• Hilton Garden Inn
• Holland & Knight
• Hyatt Hotel
• Jacksonville Heights Elementary School
• Jacksonville University
• Lowe’s
• McDonald’s
• Medical Management Resources
• Moran Environmental Recovery
• Nakesa’s Learning Center
• NAS Jacksonville
• Pizza Hut
• Publix
• rue21
• S.A.F.E. Management of Florida
• Sam’s Club
• St. Catherine Laboure Manor
• St. John’s Seafood
• Staples
• Starbucks
• Target
• Toys “R” Us
• United Stationers Supply Co.
• Walmart
• Wendy’s
• Winn-Dixie

Meet the Client

Richard joined Firehouse Subs on University Boulevard 5 months ago. You can see him Monday through Friday at lunch time dancing and spinning the Firehouse Subs sign. He enjoys being able to work and dance the day away.

“Each year 300,000 young people with disabilities age into what should be the workforce. Sadly, however, in most states, the majority are sitting on the sidelines, despite the fact that most want to work,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, president of RespectAbility. The worst ten states with the lowest workforce participation rates for people with disabilities are West Virginia, Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, Arkansas, Michigan, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida.