What are Goodwill's Veteran Services?
Goodwill’s Veteran Services offer career transition support designed to provide holistic, wrap around services to Veterans, current and former military, and their families.
Goodwill provides individualized case management services including the development of an Individualized Employment Plan, with a focus on obtaining self-sustaining employment.
How do Goodwill's Veteran Services work?
Goodwill provides a “one stop shop” for Veterans seeking employment, no matter what barriers he or she may face. Employment barriers are addressed either though services at Goodwill or through referrals to one of Goodwill’s many community partners.
- Creation of Individualized Employment Plan
- Vocational Assessment
- Military to Career Skill Translation (Transferable Skills)
- Resume Creation/Completion Assistance
- Job Search Skills/Career Planning
- Job Matching/Employer Referrals
- Post-Employment Follow-Up
- Referral source to various Veteran support resources
- Mock Interview Services/Training
Clients should bring the following documents to their initial appointment:
- DD 214 or Statement of Service (for all periods of service)
- VA Service Connected Disability Letter (if applicable)
- VA Medical Card (if applicable)
- Driver’s License or State Issued Photo ID
- Social Security Card
- Current Resume
Who is eligible for Goodwill's Veteran Services?
Goodwill offers resources to all current and former military and their familes; however, some service providers may require a minimum length of service, specific nature of discharge, or other requirements to apply for the services they offer.
Initial service is appointment-based and dependent on the individual’s schedule. The availability of additional services varies per service.
Who to contact:
Drew Williams, Veteran Services Administrator