DC the Worst in Job Training?

The Washington Post posted an article on why DC has a uniquely bad record on helping the unemployed get jobs. Find out what Goodwill has done in the past year to address this unemployment issue.

Adult Education and Family Literacy Week

In celebration of Adult Education and Family Literacy Week, Goodwill of Greater Washington wanted to share the following testimony delivered by Colleen Paletta, Goodwill’s Vice President of Workforce Development Services to the DC City Council. We hope you’ll join Goodwill in support of adult education and literacy initiatives.

Change to TANF Will Have Positive and Negative Impact

One of the many safety nets available to District residents is the Temporary Assistance For Needy Families (TANF) program. It works on two levels. Providing cash assistance for those in need and providing career development services to help lessen the need.


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Goodwill job training programs are no cost to students and lead to employment.

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Goodwill career services are free to employ the unemployed.

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