Success Tips for Following Up on Your Interview

Your interview just wrapped up. Now what? Should you just go home and wait for their decision?

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DIY Your Pet’s Costume at Goodwill

My favorite Halloweens before my kids were born were the ones I spent agonizing over my dog’s annual costume. Yes, you read that right. Not my own, my dog’s.

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Goodwill® Promotes Digital Skills on the Hill

This week, two dozen advocates from local Goodwill organizations from across the country visited Goodwill Industries International (GII) for a digital skills workshop and took advantage of the proximity to Capitol Hill to meet with their lawmakers.

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My Story: Guadalupe Torres

Guadalupe was diagnosed with Down Syndrome at birth, and later Mild Intellectual Disability Disorder. After graduating high school, Guadalupe joined the Goodwill S.T.A.R.S. program to learn life skills to achieve her maximum independence.

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Partnering for Financial Literacy

​To extend our mission service reach in the communities we serve, Goodwill Industries-Suncoast (St. Petersburg, FL) is partnering with Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay to operate a “storefront” at Junior Achievement’s new Finance Park.

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Top Five Tips for Making Halloween Costumes More Treat Than Trick for Your Pet

Dressing up as your favorite pop culture icon or well-loved classic, like a zombie or ghost, is a great way to celebrate Halloween. But costumes are not just for people anymore.

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Moving for a Job? Five Factors to Consider

Opportunities for a job – or a better job – vary by community. No matter your education or skills, finding work may depend on location.

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4 Easy Ways To Transition Your Home Into A Cozy Fall Oasis – Without Breaking The Bank

Just a little bit of decoration can go a long way to welcoming the transition of a new season into your home.

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Goodwill Celebrates Workers with Disabilities

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), an annual opportunity to celebrate the contributions of workers with disabilities and educates about the value of a workforce inclusive of their skills and talents.

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My Story: Randie Vines

Plenty of people have had to fight their way to independence when they have a disability that prevents them from gaining meaningful employment. But, it takes a special kind of person to have to move forward with both a disability and a barrier. This was the experience of Randie Vines. On November 6, 1981, after

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Self-Employment Pros, Cons and Resources

Have you ever thought of starting your own business? Many people have. Before you make the move to self-employment, there are things to consider.

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Orange is the New Orange

Orange is the new Orange. Not on board yet? OK, hear me out. Orange is the one color that’s really, truly underappreciated.

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