Looking for work? Goodwill can help.

Did you know? Goodwill is the largest nonprofit provider of job training programs and career services in North America. No matter where you are in your career path, Goodwill can help you find your next opportunity.

We offer a wide variety of career services, paid work experience opportunities, skills assessments and classes, and more to meet you where you are in your job search. Services are offered at no cost and are funded through the sale of donated items in Goodwill’s retail stores.  Get started today by contacting the Career Center nearest you or visit the links below to learn more.

Virtual Career Navigator

So much is uncertain these days, but Goodwill is committed to helping you find your next great job. Our Virtual Career Navigator Program will help you in your job search, from online classes and training to webinars, virtual and drive-thru job fairs, and preparing for interviews – all from the safety of your home. All services are free. To connect with an experienced career specialist, email virtualnav@goodwillnwnc.org or call your nearest Career Center.

Virtual Training

Goodwill offers a wide range of free virtual training services, including career workshops and online skills training.  Visit our virtual training page to learn more and register for an upcoming event.

Skills Training

Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina provides an array of targeted skills training programs, largely in partnership with the community college system. These short-term programs train students to become employable in high demand fields such as healthcare, customer service and hospitality industries, trades skills such as welding, office technology, culinary, professional truck driver training, and many others. Students may also choose to take stackable credentials in some locations so that they can enter the workforce with one credential and add training or credentials to their career track while working.  Skills Training classes are offered in Buncombe, Catawba, Davidson, Forsyth, Haywood, Henderson, Iredell, and Rowan Counties.  Financial assistance is available for those who qualify.  View our current skills training classes.