Goodwill provides pre-release and post-release workforce services for eligible, incarcerated individuals in state correctional facilities or local jails.
Contact your local Job Connection for specifics.
The program is designed to assist individuals formerly incarcerated with a successful transition back into their community, prepared to meet the needs of the local labor market with skills valued by employers.
In addition to providing apprenticeships and occupational training, the program teaches foundational skills such as job readiness, employability, and job search strategies.
The Goodwill® Pathway Home Program is made possible with a $1,862,327 grant award from the DOL’s Employment and Training Administration, covering 100 percent of operating costs.
Scope of Services
- Job preparation
- Developing individual development plans (IDPs)
- Career exploration and planning
- Assistance with accessing social services
- Skill-building services in in-demand industries that lead to industry-recognized credentials