GOODWILL LUFKIN | DIBOLL | NACOGDOCHES
Goodwill offers monthly free classes to improve the skills that employers value. View our current schedule of classes.
COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM
Complete mandatory community service hours either in our stores, our transportation department, or our mission services department.
Learn computer skills, basic adult education skills, and basic management skills.
The Career Center is open during agency business hours for community members to utilize for general use.
Clients currently receiving other Goodwill services, Goodwill employees, clients referred by partner agencies, and their family members receive vouchers for needs we can assist in meeting.
Work one-on-one with a financial coach to assist in increasing financial knowledge and developing and meeting individual financial goals.
FINANCIAL EDUCATION CLASSES
Learn about money management, basic banking, building credit, rebuilding credit, saving to build wealth, identification theft and fraud, and more.
Through a partnership with Angelina College’s Adult Education Learning Center, Goodwill is an official GED and adult basic skills training site.
Clients train in the classroom and on-the-job to gain work and life skills to become better employees. If clients meet the classroom requirements, they are given the opportunity to interview with Pilgram's Pride.
JOB PLACEMENT SERVICES
Clients referred from community partner agencies are provided assistance in finding competitive employment.
JOB SKILLS CLASSES
Receive training opportunities emphasizing job readiness techniques and work-related life skills in a classroom setting.
Clients with more severe disabilities and/or barriers in need of intensive support can receive services in order to be successful.
This program serves clients referred by Workforce Solutions by allowing them to receive work experience either in our stores or in our transportation department in order to maintain their benefits.
WORK ADJUSTMENT TRAINING
A work-based training program that emphasizes adjustment to the work environment and addresses specific work problems, such as behavior and/or work quality/quantity.
Through this partnership with Experience Works, SCSEP clients participate as trainees at our agency in order to gain the skills to attain competitive employment based on career goals.
Community volunteers certified by the IRS to provide free tax preparation services to low-to-moderate income individuals and families.
YOUTHBUILD OF THE PINEYWOODS
Low-income young people ages 18–24 work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas while learning job skills by building affordable housing for homeless and low-income people.