Who does Goodwill Help?
Everyone. Goodwill helps people who face various obstacles to employment. The obstacles include lack of work history; physical, mental and emotional disabilities; limited education; language barriers; criminal background; dependency on public assistance; corporate downsizing and other challenges that stand in the way to employment. Our services meet the training and placement services available to those who need them.
What is a career center? Where do I find one?
Goodwill operates Career Centers across North Georgia, some of which are conveniently located in the same space as our stores and donation centers. All Career Centers are open to the public and equipped with people and resources to help job seekers and micro-business owners. We have computers with Internet access, fax machines, photocopiers, telephones, and just about any other resource you might need for job search or business development.
Can anyone use a Goodwill career center?
Yes, any jobseeker or micro-entrepreneur can use the Goodwill Career Centers.
What skills can I learn through your training programs?
Our diverse training and employment services include job training through real work experience, job coaching, and continued support even after going to work. Our skills training focuses on some of the fastest growing industries including construction, forklift, floor technology, custodial and hospitality.
Can I apply for a Goodwill job online?
Yes. Visit Jobs at Goodwill to find out which positions are currently available and to apply.