Goodwill Industries of Wayne & Holmes Counties, Inc.

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Current Contact Information
Address 1034 Nold Ave., P.O. Box 1188; Corporate Offices 524 Palmer St.,
City, State, Zip Wooster, Ohio 44691
Phone Phone: (330) 264-1300
Contact Person Judy Delaney
Contact Title President & CEO
Email goodwill@woostergoodwill.org
Last updated 2018-12


Goodwill Industries of Wayne & Holmes Counties, Inc.
Type Employment Services; Vocational Rehabilitation Services; Used Merchandise Stores
Industry Health & Social Care; Waste Management & Remediation; Retail
Fate Active
Headquarters Wooster, Ohio, United States
Number of locations 1034 Nold Ave., P.O. Box 1188; Corporate Offices 524 Palmer St.,
Key people Judy Delaney
Website woostergoodwill.org
Goodwill Industries of Wayne & Holmes Counties, Inc.
Location
  • Education and Training Center & Industrial Services Department 1034 Nold Ave., P.O. Box 1188 Wooster, Ohio; Corporate Offices 524 Palmer St., Wooster, Ohio
Services Job Seekers, Services for people, Services for companies
Website woostergoodwill.org

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Computer Training[edit | edit source]

Individualized computer training on: Wooster, Internet, e-mail, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. While we do computer training with our consumers, we no longer offer the Computer Tutoring Program to the community. For more information, please call 330-264-1300.

Employment Services for Disabled[edit | edit source]

Work opportunities for those with disabilities and who have other barriers to obtain competitive employment in Wayne County.

Externships (Commmunity Work Experience)[edit | edit source]

  • Work Assessment - Individuals participate in an assessment that focuses on work habits such as productivity, work attitude, punctually, willingness to learn, and reliability.
  • Work Adjustment - Individuals participate in a program of case management and training to help develop work habits and attitude required for competitive employment.
  • Job Readiness and Placement
  • Work First Training program
  • Referrals - Works with a variety of individuals such as seniors, those getting off welfare or coming out of a correctional facility, people with physical or mental disabilities, and many more individuals who may have a difficult time re-entering the workforce.

Interview (Techniques)[edit | edit source]

  • Help with developing interviewing skills

Job Coaching Services[edit | edit source]

  • Job Coaching - job trainers work side-by-side with individuals at community-based job sites teaching specific job skills and appropriate work behaviors for success on the job. Job trainers gradually fade services until individuals are able to perform job tasks independently.

Job Search[edit | edit source]

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Transitional Employment[edit | edit source]

This program provides employment to individuals who can function productively within the support of a transitional environment. Also, offers Work First Training Program which helps transition people to financial stability and rewarding careers.

Vocational Rehabilitation[edit | edit source]

Work opportunities for those with disabilities and who have other barriers to obtain competitive employment in Wayne County.

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