Education and Training

Prepare for Employment Success

Our Education & Training Centers offer free job readiness classes that prepare individuals for employment success. The classes are tailored to assist participants with the basic knowledge and skill enhancement needed for seeking and maintaining employment.

Topics Include:

  • Creating Resumes
  • Explaining Gaps in Employment
  • Interview Skills/Mock Interviews
  • Basic Computer & Internet Skills
  • Using Social Media in the Job Search
  • Dealing With a Criminal Background
  • Filling Out Applications
  • Dressing for Success
  • The Follow Up
  • Keeping a Job
  • Time Management
  • Technology


345 E. Fairground St.
Marion, OH 43302

1135 Columbus Pike
Delaware, OH 43015

Class Schedule

For class schedules contact: 740-751-4282 or

Skills to Succeed Academy

Get help planning your career, getting a job and being successful at work with this free, helpful, and fun training. 
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It's fun and different - like flight simulator for the world of work.

Work Services / Opportunity Plus

Goodwill’s Work Services/Opportunity Plus Programs provide transitional to permanent employment opportunities for individuals with employment barriers. Participants are given a chance to gain valuable work experience in a real world environment, which enables them to develop a work history and have a current reference from an employer. Demonstrating success in the work environment can significantly increase the likelihood of getting hired in an unsubsidized job for participants with unfavorable or no work history.

The programs not only improve the work skills and confidence level of individuals, but they also benefit the community at large by adding productive members to the workforce.

Prison Outreach

The Prison Outreach Program offers job readiness training, along with other tools and resources, which the inmates can use once they are released into the community.

Job Coaching

Job coaches specialize in assisting individuals with barriers to employment learn and accurately carry out job duties. They provide one-on-one training tailored to the needs of individuals. Job coaches may first do a job analysis to identify the job duties, followed by developing a specific plan as to how they can best train the individual to work gradually on his/her own until he/she is completely self-sufficient and able to perform job duties accurately and effectively without assistance.