Has COVID-19 impacted your job? Goodwill is here to help.
Train for the new career you’ve always wanted or build skills to advance in your current field. Now is the time to take advantage of programs, training, scholarships, and other resources available for those adversely affected by the pandemic.
Goodwill offers in-person and virtual services to assist you – where and when you need us.
- We offer webinars in a variety of areas, online classes and more each week. Learn about upcoming offerings on our Virtual Training page.
- View a list of skills training classes being offered in partnership with 11 community colleges across Northwest North Carolina.
- Want to earn your High School Diploma? Connect with our Access Center Adult High School which offers individualized support from a career coach to help guide your process and assistance from instructors in coursework while you earn a credential in a skill area that is in high demand with employers.
- Do you need specialized support? We offer free services for displaced professionals, veterans, former offenders, and persons with disabilities. Visit our Job Services page for more information.
- Not sure where to begin? Let us help you navigate the options. Email to connect with an experienced career specialist or call your nearest Career Center.
- NCWorks Career Centers are a resource for anyone who is eligible to work in North Carolina. Job seekers are offered a variety of no-cost resources, including career advising, training opportunities, and access to job listings. Email for more information.
All Goodwill services are free to anyone in the community. Community college classes, offered in partnership with Goodwill, do have a fee charged by the college, but financial assistance is available for those who qualify.