Seattle Goodwill’s programs have developed throughout the years since our founding in 1923. We strive to respond to the needs of a changing community and emerging employment trends while staying true to our mission of helping people find jobs.
In our 2013-2014 fiscal year, we focused on efforts on:
- Enhancing and expanding job training programs and other services for populations with the most significant barriers to employment.
- Building further upon the high quality of Goodwill’s job training programs and other offerings.
- Growing and strengthening partnerships with businesses, community colleges and other community organizations so that Goodwill can maximize its impact for those who need us most.
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Seattle Goodwill has invested resources to produce a Community Needs Assessment (CNA) that captures information about the people, jobs, and services in the community.
Did you know that the Dearborn store is the largest Goodwill store in the country? At the helm of said store is a woman by the name of Julie LaPuma, who manages the team that makes that store function.