Goodwill Industries services are available regardless of race, color, sex, religion, creed or place of national origin. We will make reasonable accommodations to meet your needs for accessibility to the program.
Individuals eligible to participate in our programs should be sixteen years or older and have a disability or disadvantaging condition such as developmental disabilities (mental retardation, autism, cerebral palsy and epilepsy); specific learning disabilities; physical disabilities; hearing and visual impairment; mental illness or psycho neurological disabilities. Individual's medical, physical, or mental condition should be stable and the individual should comply with all medical and psychological treatments. Program applicants with a record of violent, criminal activity or applicants that are abusing drugs or alcohol are not eligible.
Goodwill "graduates" have gone on to become administrative assistants, painters, busboys, camp counselors, drivers, carpenters, receptionists, cashiers, gardeners, chefs, bank tellers, cleaners, legal secretaries, mechanics, sales reps, and computer programmers.
General Admission Criteria
The following is the general admission criteria for services at Goodwill Industries. Please note that in addition, each program has specific admission criteria that must also be met.
A criminal background check is required of all participants except for Vocational Evaluation. Goodwill Industries will request the criminal background check and assume the cost for all participants. The following offenses are considered violent and/or criminal activity (as per the Agency for persons with Disabilities) and may exclude a person from participation:
For more information, please contact us online or call (305) 548-4364.