At Seattle Goodwill we offer FREE job training and education classes

Programs and Classes

At Goodwill we offer the following types of classes free to the community. Specific classes and schedules vary by location, so be sure to contact one of our Job Training & Education centers for more information.

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Work Readiness

Our Work Readiness classes, workshops, and labs focus on helping adults develop and refresh their skills on a number of subjects that are highly valued in today’s workplace. Subjects include English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), 
math, job search, computer skills, and more.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Classes  |  Computer Classes
High School Completion  |  Job Search  |  Workshops  |  Drop-in Labs

Vocational Training

Vocational Training classes and programs provide specific training for particular job fields. Learn skills that are applicable to working in retail, warehouse, logistics, cashiering, and customer service. The Career Pathways Program prepares students to take that next step up towards a community college or a technical training program.

Retail & Customer Service Program  |  Cashiering & Customer Service  |  Career Pathways
Warehouse Logistics Training Program  |  Industrial Vehicles Training Program

Youth Programs

Our Youth Programs focus on college and work readiness. With various programs that serve youths aged 15 - 24, the long-term programs help high school students and beyond learn skills that will help them in their education and careers. Seattle Goodwill also offers support to students as they work toward graduation, college, and a career.

Youth Year-Round Program  |  Youth Aerospace Program  |  Green Corps Program

Support Services

In addition to high quality instruction in classes and workshops, we offer support services to provide a wrap around, holistic approach to serving the community. To be eligible for these services, students must be enrolled in a class and must be in good standing. Students can work directly with Case Managers and Employment Specialists to meet their individual needs.

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