Goodwill for You
Our services are customized to help you succeed.
At 165 Goodwills in the United States and Canada, you can find a variety of opportunities to become job ready and advance your career.
We know that a job is only part of the solution, so we also help you meet your basic needs and the needs of your family members — such as transportation, childcare and a safe place to live — things that are critical to everyone’s success. While we do not provide all these necessities, we are committed to helping you get the resources you need for success.
Go to work and progress in your career! We help you understand your skills and the demands of the local job market. Your local Goodwill can help you: develop a résumé; search for a job; and, learn the secrets of getting and keeping a job. In addition, we can help you earn a General Educational Development (GED) diploma or learn English as a second language, as well as gain new skills that help you earn a better job or begin a new career. Learn More »
Strengthening families means delivering services that keep families safe, healthy, and financially secure. Financial stability is a key component in a family’s path up the economic ladder, and Goodwill agencies can support your family on its path to stability and success. Hear how Goodwill across the country help strengthen families. »
We help you learn the skills to make the most of your financial resources and advance your job prospects. Experts from across the Goodwill network provide detailed responses regarding how to find a job, transition your career and make the most of your finances. Learn More »
Our programs are designed to meet the diverse needs of youth, seniors, veterans, immigrants, and people with disabilities, criminal backgrounds and other specialized needs. Learn More »
To find resources and services in your community, locate your Goodwill.