Goodwill Workforce Connection Center gets you on the right track with your career path
Posted: Jul 14, 2020 7:52 AM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--“Find hope, find work.” This is the slogan of the Goodwill Workforce Connection Center. There are actually three of them in the Milwaukee area, including the north, northwest and south side. These employment resource facilities recently reopened their doors to the public in the wake of the pandemic. Resume writing, interviewing help, and assessment of overall job skills are all offered for free. And even though in-person training is available, there’s also virtual help due to any Covid constraints.
If you’re in need of assistance from the Goodwill Workforce Connection Center, just click here. If you do utilize their services, you're asked to first register online.