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Goodwill/Easter Seals Minnesota has a variety of specialty programs which are offered to specific audiences and may have particular eligibility requirements. These programs are all part of our wrap-around approach to maximizing individual potential helping to achieve their goals of education, employment and independence.
Career navigators help people create a career pathway using education, training and support service strategies that enable individuals to secure industry-relevant certifications and self-sustaining work while advancing to higher levels of future education and employment.
For more information click on a document below or visit Minnesota FastTRAC at http://www.mnfasttrac.org.
The FATHER Project is a metro area program designed for low-income, primarily non-custodial fathers to assist them in supporting their children financially and emotionally.
Medical Equipment Loan
The Medical Equipment Loan program provides short-term medical equipment loans at no cost to individuals in the Twin Cities, Rochester, St. Cloud and Willmar areas.
ReEntry Services is a program for ex-offenders who have been recently released from prison and offers transitional employment and support to ensure a successful re-entry into the community following incarceration.
Work Incentives Connection
The Work Incentives Connection provides specialized answers about the impact of work on government benefits. Armed with clear, accurate information about their options, people with disabilities can make informed and confident decisions about employment.
Youth Services (GOALS)
The GOALS program assists at-risk youth, 14 years and older, who have barriers to independence, employment and/or a disability by providing a variety of services to help them make the transition from student to working adult.
We conduct workforce development workshops and provide individual job seeker assistance in many community settings. These include public libraries, community centers, job and career fairs and schools.
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