Start a journey toward financial security with our team of Goodwill Resource Specialists who provide one-on-one financial coaching to help you achieve your personal money goals.
Goodwill Career Center
Our Career Center provides free employment services to the community, including job placement, resume development, mock interviews, help with online applications, typing certifications, and fulfilling community service requirements.
Department of Rehabilitation Situational Assessments (DOR)
Situational Assessment services inform DOR clients of their employment strengths and barriers, helping them choose a goal based on preferences, abilities, and needs.
Department of Rehabilitation Employment Services
Employment planning services help DOR clients choose employment or career development opportunities based on their preferences, strengths, abilities, and needs.
Department of Rehabilitation Student and Adult Work Experience (DOR)
Adult and Student Work Experience assists DOR clients in identifying their skills, interests, and career prospects. It also provides them with the opportunity to engage in real-world work, thereby enhancing their soft skills and preparing them for unsubsidized employment
Monterey County Community Action Partnership
Our organization provides employment, income, and asset-building services to low-income individuals and families in North Monterey County. Services include resume and cover letter development, mock interviews, job application assistance, networking, and employment retention programs.
Monterey County Office of Education Work Experience
Goodwill Central Coast offers work experience programs to Monterey County Office of Education students. Participants work at a Goodwill store or collaborating agency to develop soft skills necessary for success in any job or occupation.
Monterey Expanded Subsidized Employment Program
Goodwill Central Coast provides eligible CalWORKs Welfare-To-Work clients expanded services, including subsidized employment, training, supervision, intense case management, job performance evaluations, and subsidized job coordination.
San Andreas Regional Center Supported Employment Program
The Supported Employment Program offers tailored support to people with developmental disabilities, helping them prepare for, find, and keep competitive integrated employment in the community.
The Digital Literacy program offers free classes to Monterey and Santa Cruz County residents to help them navigate the increasingly technological world. Students receive specialized curriculum virtually and in person on the most widely-used programs and applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Provides at-risk and justice-involved youth referred by the Workforce Development Board in Monterey County. The program assists participants with obtaining real-world work experience by building soft skills and gaining habits that positively influence them.