Goodwill Blog

Take the Interview

Have you ever turned down an interview because you didn’t think you would be interested in the job? It seems like the logical, and perhaps even the respectful thing to
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Success Story: Raymond Jones

From 1983 to 1991 Raymond Jones served in the communications field for the Navy. His role was to send encrypted messages from ship to shore, and he shared mess deck
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Eating local with Food Well

In Atlanta, three out of four residents don’t get their recommended 2.5 cups of vegetables every day. One in four children live in families that are food-insecure, and one in
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Giving back to those who have given so much

Atlanta’s Veteran’s Empowerment Organization has helped more than 4,000 homeless veterans and their families find housing, job training, and supportive services. Now celebrating its tenth anniversary, the nonprofit provides a
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Defying the Odds

When the odds seemed stacked against her, Lyric McGhee found solace in the living room of her sister’s apartment – specifically, the couch. “I had to sleep on the couch
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Success Story: Curtis Sigur

While serving for four years in the Air Force as an aircrew life support specialist, Curtis Sigur was responsible for ensuring that all flight and safety equipment was in perfect
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Living Small in Atlanta

In the 1960s and 70s, the average home size was 1,600 square feet for 3.5 people. Today, houses average 2,600 square feet for 2.5 people. As houses are getting bigger,
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