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Work Services

Our ultimate gla is to see you progress in your life and toward a possible job int he community

At Goodwill Work Services, individuals are part of a workplace that is truly theirs.

When participants join Goodwill Work Services, they will have an opportunity to experience work and receive training to explore  individuals' strengths and interests, develop relationships, build confidence and learn important work skills.  Individuals will be part of a dynamic team that meets the production demands of local and national customers. Individuals will earn a paycheck and be trained in assembly and packaging, quality assurance and material handling.

Our ultimate goal is to see progress in peoples' lives and toward jobs in the community.

At Goodwill Work Services you are a part of a workplace that is truly yoursWe do this in a variety of ways:

  • On-the-job training and paid work help individuals learn skills that are valuable on any job. It strengthen individuals' work ethic as they practice social and teamwork skills in a supportive environment.
  • Job exploration and volunteer opportunities help individuals explore the world of work outside of Goodwill and are important tools for practicing work skills in the community.
  • Classroom instruction is so important in building self-awareness and helping individuals think about what’s next on their career path. Instructors focus on work-related and social skills targeted at helping individuals succeed at work.

Goodwill Explore WORK is CARF International accredited and ISO 9001 registered Goodwill Work Services is CARF International accredited and ISO 9001 registered. This dedication to service excellence, processes, and continual improvement helps ensure the highest quality of program delivery.

Eligibility:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Documented intellectual or physical disability
  • Motivation to work and progress toward community employment
  • Not be harmful to self or others
  • Be able to manage routine self-cares independently

Funding Sources:

Family Care, IRIS,  Milwaukee County Disability Services Division, Public Schools or Private Pay

Hours:

Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Locations:

James O. Wright Center for Work and Training
6055 N. 91st Street
Milwaukee, WI 53225

Goodwill Center for Work and Training
5400 S. 60th Street
Greendale, WI 53129

Contact our Intake Coordinator at (855) 455-1110 to make a referral or for more information.




WISCONSIN
Mission Support Center
Tel: (414) 847-4200

James O. Wright Center forWork & Training
Tel: (414) 353-6400

ILLINOIS
Metropolitan Chicago -
Administration
Tel: (312) 994-1440