Veterans, veteran family members, and other unemployed New Mexicans in need will continue to receive free services through Goodwill’s new virtual platform. This means that qualifying New Mexico veterans and their family members who are homeless or at risk of homelessness can receive help with job placement, temporary housing, rent, utilities, childcare, emergency supplies, assistance with VA or other public benefits, and much more.
Additionally, the virtual services provide critical job placement assistance to any unemployed New Mexican. Goodwill can introduce job seekers to an extensive partner network of local employers who are hiring now. “New Mexicans need Goodwill’s free programs and services now more than ever. It was an obvious choice for us to adapt to offering services virtually,” says Goodwill’s Marketing Manager, Pamela Russom.
As a nonprofit partner in New Mexico for 79 years, Goodwill remains committed to advancing its mission to provide skills training, job development, and social services to New Mexicans. Goodwill offers free programs and services to individuals in 33 counties of the state. In 2019, Goodwill served over 20,000 individuals and placed over 1600 individuals in community-based employment.
4/18/2021 03:03:57 am
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5/6/2021 04:01:44 am
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8/6/2022 12:57:01 pm
It was an obvious choice for us to adapt to offering services virtually, says Goodwill’s Marketing Manager, Pamela Russom. I truly appreciate your great post!
10/1/2022 01:12:32 pm
Goodwill of Central Iowa invites partners and community members the opportunity to take digital skills training through the Skills to Succeed Academy online. Thank you for making this such an awesome post!
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