When you donate and shop at Goodwill, attend an event or contract with us for business services, you help fund job training and education programs for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. Goodwill provides a wide range of programs including a job skills adult day program and community job coaching for people with disabilities, GED and ESL classes, case management and more.
People with developmental disabilities improve job skills and learn to work independently and as a part of a team while earning a paycheck in this job training program.
People with disabilities and other barriers work with a Goodwill Employment Training Specialist to gain employment in the community.
Adults with disabilities learn job skills and explore careers that will lead to competitive employment through a six month internship with a local business.
Goodwill Case Managers provide support and advocacy services for people with disabilities.
A partnership between Goodwill and WSU Tech, NexStep Alliance provides the opportunity to earn a GED with the option to take college level classes and pursue a professional certificate, all on one campus.
All levels of English or non-English speakers learn the language and the basics of the US government.
In today’s fast-paced digital age, a lack of computer-based skills and knowledge can be a barrier to everything from everyday tasks to finding employment or career advancement. With Goodwill’s digital skills training programs, Kansans gain access to a wide range of digital skills trainings, building a more marketable workforce.
Students will get a hands-on look at careers in fields like nursing, advanced manufacturing, aviation and more.