Our mission is to utilize Goodwill resources to help people with disadvantages achieve self-sufficiency.
Assist in enrolling in academic program to complete high school diplo-ma or General Education Development (GED) - if needed
Exploring Career Pathways
Improving academic performance in math and/or reading
Developing work readiness and life skills
Providing paid work experience and/or on-the-job training
Assisting students in college preparation and vocational training
Referrals to academic tutoring and mentoring
Assistance with transportation costs
Referrals to child care and dependent care agencies.
Assistance with uniforms or other appropriate work attire and work-related tool costs.
Youth, 18-24 years old who meets one or more of the following:
Basic skills deficient (functioning academic skill is below a 9th grade level)
High school dropout (youth enrolled in alternative schools are not high school dropouts)
Current or former foster youth
Pregnant or parenting teen
An individual who requires additional assistance to complete an educational program to secure and hold employment
High School Diploma or GED completion
Occupational Skills Training
Financial Literacy Education
Entrepreneurial Skills Training
Work Experience or Internships
Post-Secondary Education Prep
Comprehensive Guidance Counseling
Workforce Development Manager
(916) 395-9000 X 246
Goodwill Industries Sacramento Valley & Northern Nevada, Inc.
8001 Folsom Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95826
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Funded by the Sacramento Employment Training Agency (SETA)