Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota has a variety of programs for specific audiences who meet eligibility requirements. These additional services are part of our holistic approach, that ranges from assistance with interview clothing to industry-specific job training programs.
Career navigators help people create a career pathway using education, training and support service strategies. The navigation enables individuals to get industry-relevant certifications and self-sustaining work, while advancing to higher levels of future education and employment. Attend an information session to learn about career navigation on either the second or fourth Tuesday of every month at 1:45 p.m. Details here.
We conduct workforce development workshops and provide individual job seeker assistance in many community settings (public libraries, community centers, job and career fairs and schools). Check our calendar to see upcoming events.
We connect participants to community organizations to help solve problems that can become barriers to work like medical care, child care, work clothing, housing and transportation. We partner with 150+ other organizations annually to help support participants eliminate barriers to work and independence. Call 651-379-5800 for information.
Computer laboratory, typing classes and General Education Development (GED) tutoring are a few of the education services that help prepare people for employment and independent living. We also connect our participants with referrals for services at other agencies like English Language Learners (ELL), financial literacy classes and more. Call 651-379-5800 for details.
The FATHER Project is a program for low-income, primarily non-custodial fathers to assist them in supporting their children financially and emotionally. See how we're helping families in the community.
A professional Military Services Coordinator provides consultation, case management and advocacy to service members, veterans & their families through our St. Cloud area office. Resource Navigation referrals are made to other professionals to support the needs of military service members, veterans and their families for education, employment, housing, wellness and family. Call 320-654-9012 or visit us at 50 2nd Avenue South in Waite Park.
The ReEntry Program helps people with criminal records become successful members of their community through case management, education, training, employment preparation, mentoring and other services. Learn more about ReEntry.
The Work Incentives Connection (WIC) 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. Get connected here.
Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota serves youth, 14 years old and older, who have a barrier to independence or employment and/or a disability, by providing a variety of services to help make the transition from student to working adult. Participants must be a Willmar-area resident.
Contact Doug Doering at 320-274-9238 or send an email. Additional resources for youth outside of the Willmar area: