Self Motivation and Self Improvement




Website updated: 12/08/18


Local Services

We are here to help parents and teens get into the work force or to better themselves in the work force. Creating better life styles and improving the income for an individual. In order to achieve this goal, you the individual must be willing to make changes in your life. This is also call creating a cultural mind shift. Anyone who wants a better life must make the change.

For parents and teens from different states we will have information for you within your state. Only, after we can create a chapter within your state. All states will be listed under the local service button.

Las Vegas, NV area

Commissioner Lawrence Weekly, District D and Workforce Connections Partneron Job Portal

-- Contact: Commission D Office
-- Phone: (702) 455-3500
-- Email:

#1. Free Criminal Record Sealing Forms Completion Clinic for Clark County.
Phone # 702-455-4696

#2. Job Opportunities in Southern Nevada
One-Stop Career Center
6330 West Charleston Blvd, Suite #190, LV NV 89146.
(702) 822-4200

Welcome to the One-Stop Career Center's Career Site! We are excited to support you as you strive to meet your employment goals.

Please go to the web-site below and apply for the job(s) you are interested in and expect an email detailing your next steps. If you meet the minimum qualifications, you will receive an invitation to a pre-screening appointment via email.

If you do not meet the minimum qualifications, you will receive an invitation to use our One-Stop services so that you can receive training or other assistance so that you can become more competitive in your job search. In today's competitive job market, this is a major advantage over those searching on their own.  Good luck on taking your next steps toward being gainfully employed.

One-Stop Career Center
6330 West Charleston Blvd, Suite #190, LV NV 89146.
(702) 822-4200

#1. The Summer Business Institute.
Founded in 1996, the Summer Business Institute represents a collaborative effort between the Clark County Human Resources Department, Clark County School District, UNLV and the local business community. The focus of the program is to give youth opportunities to experience a corporate environment from working inside. The Summer Business Institute features an eight-week internship, which includes business mentoring, life skills training, financial management and a civic engagement project.

The program is designed for current high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Students are required to complete an online application, provide a high school transcript, a high school statement and (2) letters of recommendations. The workweek is divided into two parts. The first four days of each workweek the students will perform on-the-job training at their job sites, where a supervisor provides them with meaningful projects. On Fridays, the students participate in workshops designed to complement what they learn on the job. The weekly workshops are a critical component, where students gain insight into future career paths, as well as receive information regarding entrepreneurial opportunities. The workshops are designed to focus on financial management and life skills training.

The curricula were designed by The National Endowment for Financial Education in partnership with Cooperative Extension Systems, America's Credit Union and UNLV. The workshops are taught by professional instructors complemented by invited guest speakers. As part of giving back to the community, each year the SBI interns are asked to participate in a civic engagement project. The interns have always taken these projects to a higher level of giving each year. For more information, please call (702) 455-2426 or (702) 455-4565

Applications are typically accepted in the first quarter of each year. Visit the site for more detailed information about the program and to watch for the application dates.

#2. One-Stop Career Center
6330 West Charleston Blvd, Suite #190, LV NV 89146.
(702) 822-4200

Youth programs provide quality services to young adults, ages 16-24, who are out- of-school and face barriers to education and employment. Program services begin with an in-depth assessment to determine appropriate services for educational attainment, career exploration, and opportunities for job related training and employment focused on in-demand careers.

Eligible youth are able to receive additional support through:
Educational Achievement

-- Alternative secondary school services or dropout recovery services
-- Tutoring, study skills training and instruction
-- Activities that help prepare for and transition to postsecondary education and training
-- Financial literacy
-- Employment Preparation
-- Paid and unpaid work experiences, internships, and job shadowing
-- Occupational skills and training
-- Work readiness classes
-- Entrepreneurship skills
-- Services to provide information on in-demand careers and employment information around career awareness, counseling, and exploration

Integrated Support for Youth
-- Support services
-- Adult mentoring
-- Follow-up services
-- Comprehensive guidance and counseling
-- Leadership development opportunities

To find out if your are eligible, please contact or visit a One-Stop Career Center near you.

Clark County Public Agencies

Public agencies in Clark County are using Next door to bring important news and information to the communities they serve.

Clark County
Family Services

  Clark County Department of Family Services (DFS) is the local public agency whose role is to help keep children safe. The agency was formed in July 2002 in response to the merger of state and county child welfare services.

Mission Statement 
Protecting children from abuse and neglect by partnering with our community to build safe, nurturing and stable families, to support family preservation when possible, to provide permanent families for those children who cannot safely return home and to ensure the well-being of children in our care.

The Nature of Child Abuse and Neglect
Child abuse and neglect is a symptom of underlying conditions within a family that critically affects a child’s safety and well-being, and often is part of the context of other serious family conditions, such substance abuse, mental health concerns, domestic violence and insufficient resources.

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