Individuals served throughout Northwest Ohio


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Workforce Development

Goodwill Industries of Northwest Ohio allows local Job Seekers to take advantage of a powerful array of services designed for one purpose:

Getting back to work

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Re-Entry Program:

Helping returning citizens with supportive services in order to assist with educational and/or workforce activities.

The Pink Toolbox Program:

Providing childcare and/or transportation assistance to women interested in pursuing a career in the building trades.

Summer Youth Program:

Five-week summer youth employment opportunity for eligible youth, ages 16–24.

Vocational Rehabilitation:

We offer a variety of services that help you find employment. Our workforce team is dedicated to you finding and keeping a job!

Goodwill proudly partners with Google to empower people with digital skills that they can use to advance their careers and transform their lives. We can support learning the computer basics that you need but can also help push you towards I.T. positions with data analytics and coding support.

Please contact us for more information on the Goodwill Digital Career Accelerator so that we may help prepare you for the changing digital skills workforce!


Goodwill is pleased to offer our services to veterans. To be eligible, one must be a disabled veteran and receive a referral from the Department of Veterans Affairs from its Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Section. Goodwill offers soft employment skills training in an administrative or retail environment.

Goodwill provides wrap around services in the form of resume development, interviewing techniques and computer training at the Goodwill Job Connection Center. Goodwill also offers the same services for veterans involved in the Wounded Warrior program.

Have questions?

Contact us to learn more about Goodwill’s workforce development services.