Who Benefits From Goodwill Job Training Programs?
- Those having difficulty getting or keeping a job due to one or more barriers to work*
- People who cannot afford or need assistance with proper business attire for attending job fairs or job interviews
- One who finds job interviewing difficult and stressful
- Those with low self-confidence who are very unsure of themselves
- People who have skills employers need and want, but need help articulating them clearly both in writing and speaking
- Those who lack basic skills for success in the workplace such as dependability, time management, teamwork, listening and logical thinking
- Someone who just needs an opportunity to overcome one or more barriers to work
*People with barriers to work include:
Older workers who need help articulating the benefits of their experience and to gain new skills applicable to today’s marketplace.
Transitional youth who need quantifiable experience for their resumes.
Non-English speakers who need work experience, especially in a supportive English-speaking environment to learn English quickly.
The working poor who need to discover what skills they must develop in order to increase their pay potential.
Ex-offenders who must learn personal responsibility and gain positive work experience to overcome the consequences of poor personal decisions in the past.
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