Every year in early May Goodwill celebrates Goodwill Week. For 116 years, Goodwill has worked in communities to help people get back to work and support their families. During this week we offer job seekers opportunities to find a job and career through a multitude of local events and job fairs.
Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee connects people who are unemployed or underemployed with career navigation and skills attainment so they can advance their careers and earn long-term stability for themselves and their families. Goodwill helps anyone facing challenges to finding employment — including youth, seniors, veterans, immigrants and those with disabilities — gain skills and credentials, receive support services and find jobs.
Matthew Bourlakas, President and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee, asks supporters of Goodwill to do five things in observance of the five days of Goodwill Week: