Growing older is part of life, but just because you get older doesn’t mean that you can’t keep learning, earning, and growing your ability to have economic security and well-being. At Goodwill, we help seniors find work, develop new skills and talents, build financial security, and find affordable housing and healthcare. Senior Community Service Employment
Goodwill is committed to helping people earn a living and improve their lives, families and communities. Helping people find work is at the core of who we are. But more than that, we want to make sure that you can start or advance your career – because a career is what enables you to achieve
We help you start your career by building on your strengths and understanding your goals. If you are struggling in school, or have dropped out of school, committed a crime, or have a disability, we can help you find a way to succeed. We can help you figure out a career path, provide you mentoring
We are committed to helping servicemen and women make a successful transition back into civilian life. Goodwills across the country provide an array of services to veterans who have served in all eras of combat, from Vietnam and the Gulf War, to Iraq and Afghanistan. If you are a veteran and are in need of
We offer quality, customized services that enable people with disabilities to live, work and play in their local communities. Every local Goodwill shares a belief that everyone should have the opportunity to live independently, earn a wage, and achieve their dreams. Some Goodwills specialize in assisting children and adults with specific disabilities, such as visual
At Goodwill career centers across the country, we welcome people from all ethnic and national backgrounds, including new arrivals to the United States. Our organization began in 1902 by supporting immigrants in Boston, Massachusetts. We continue to believe that everyone should have equal opportunities to support themselves, their families and obtain the support services they
We understand that for people who have been incarcerated, there are many barriers to successful re-entry to public life, including drug dependency, serious illness, debt, and limited work options. Just getting a second chance may seem almost impossible at times. We offer services to men, women, and youth who have served their time and are trying to get back on track.