Many Wisconsin nonprofits offer support for getting you on the right track toward a rewarding and fulfilling career. Some agencies focus on minority groups, others on people who have a distance to the employment market.
There are also organizations that offer support to young adults who, for whatever reason, couldn’t complete their regular high school programs and need more education and training to earn a high school equivalency certificate or get more on-the-job training to get decently-paying employment.
Unfortunately, we cannot list all organizations and agencies that do great work to support the people of Wisconsin who often need it most. But let’s take a closer look at some of these nonprofits that do such a great job in providing opportunities that will lead to rewarding and fulfilling careers.
Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin
Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin provides training, employment, education, English Grammer tuition, and more supportive services for individuals with disadvantages or disabilities who want to have greater independence.
Such disadvantages or disabilities include mental or physical lack of education, lack of job preparation, skill limitations, communication challenges, or economic disadvantages.
Goodwill is pursuing this mission in a number of ways. First, by offering employment to individuals with disabilities within their own organization’s operations across southeastern Wisconsin.