We offer intensive training and supportive services in a variety of career options which include in-depth classroom instruction and practical hands-on experience. Our employment training programs teach workplace skills such as: problem solving, decision making and team work. In addition, we offer individualized instruction based on abilities and experience with the ultimate goal of employment.
The Goodwill Culinary Institute can help you out if you are interested in a career in food service. Dedicated trainers and case managers will help you master the skills necessary for success in finding and keeping a job in the food service industry.
The Goodwill Custodial Institute will help candidates learn the essential work and life skills that are in demand by employers in the Environmental Services Industry.
The Customized Work Based Learning Program teach individuals with disabilities how to become proficient in customer service, cash handling, merchandise receiving, stocking, loading and unloading trailers, safety, sorting and palletizing.
Persons with significant disabilities that meet the eligibility requirements for the AbilityOne* program can be provided job opportunities in Goodwill's Laundry & Linen Services.
A Goodwill Benefits Counseling Specialist will meet with you and provide a written detailed explanation of the Social Security Administration (SSA) disability benefits and other public benefits and how they apply to you.
We can help you develop an understanding of your own financial knowledge, skills and confidence. Goodwill offers free services that empower participants to take a more active role in development of their financial future through workshops, one-on-one coaching and referrals to our community partners.
Mission Support Center
Tel: (414) 847-4200
James O. Wright Center forWork & Training
Tel: (414) 353-6400
Metropolitan Chicago -
Tel: (312) 994-1440