I will aspire: Goodwill's job training, career services, and youth programs help people achieve independence.
The Beyond Jobs program assists women with job training and placement, and also helps them plan for continued success. Goodwill works with each woman to create an individualized plan that outlines how she will gain and retain a job, advance in her career, and ensure long-term financial stability.
Each participant in the Beyond Jobs program receives a complete career assessment, individualized career planning, job skills training, and assistance with job placement. Recognizing that landing a job is only one step on the road to success, Beyond Jobs also provides women with continued financial education, connections to healthy food and nutrition initiatives, and family strengthening services, early education and child care assistance if they are mothers.
Through Beyond Jobs, Goodwill will offer:
Beyond Jobs is funded by the Walmart Foundation.
Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries was founded in 1895 in Boston’s South End to provide residents with jobs and to furnish the community with low-cost goods. It was the first in what is now a worldwide network of 175 independent affiliates.
Eric Chouinard - I Will Work
Visitors to the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem see exhibitions and collections that include Native American artifacts, fashions of Iris Apfel, photographs by Valerie Belin, and paintings from India. What they don’t see is dust, fingerprints, or smears. That’s because the museum hired an enthusiastic high school student named Eric Chouinard as a member of their maintenance and janitorial team.Read more...