Goodwill provides job training and skill development services to those with barriers to work, including:
• older workers,
• at-risk youth,
• non-English speakers,
• working poor,
• those lacking high school diploma or GED,
• or dislocated individuals & families.
Job training and assessment services are available:
• at the Pittsfield Training Center
• in the Goodwill retail stores
• on location with partner businesses in the Berkshires & Southern Vermont
The services help individuals overcome barriers to work and develop career paths that include, but are not limited to, office staff, warehousing, customer service, supervision, retail sales and management. Individuals update their job skills and build work experience and confidence.
Goodwill job training programs enables individuals to find and secure employment and achieve economic security and well-being for themselves and their families. Contact Goodwill Workforce Development at (413) 442 0061 x15 or contact us online.
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THE PAYCHECK by Norman Rockwell
"The Paycheck," by Norman Rockwell, 1950s.
Our Berkshire neighbor Norman Rockwell gave Goodwill International this painting in celebration of their fiftieth anniversary.
The wheelchair-bound worker, wearing work overalls and cap and carrying his metal lunchbox, smiles with delight at the paycheck in his hand. The other hand turns the chair's wheel, with such power that he kicks up dust as he speeds along.
Credit: One Hundred Years of Goodwill