Goodwill + Google Virtual Resume Review

BUILD YOUR TECH SKILLS.
ADVANCE YOUR CAREER.

Get up to speed on job-ready digital skills at the Opportunity Center at Goodwill. Training is free and instructors are available to help you learn basic computer skills that would be used to establish an email address, apply for a job or perform many entry-level tasks such as word processing, email and internet use, providing digital skills that develop more marketable workers for the digital age.

  • Learn to use digital tools to accomplish everyday tasks
  • Develop skills to get a job or advance your career
  • Gain financial independence


Goodwill is committed to helping you achieve your employment goals- whatever and wherever that may be.

BUILD THE RESUME YOU NEED TO GET THE JOB YOU WANT

RECEIVE A FREE VIRTUAL REVIEW OF YOUR RESUME FROM GOOGLE

To celebrate Digital Learning Day on February 27, Google will be conducting Virtual Resume Reviews for Goodwill Digital Skills participants!

STEP 1: Complete the form below to receive your online class access code
STEP 2: Complete Goodwill’s Applied Digital Skills Resume Lesson (45-90 mins)
STEP 3: Follow the instructions to submit your resume

Class must be completed and resume submitted by February 27th to be reviewed by a Googler.
Participants will receive resume feedback the week of March 9th.

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By completing this form, you are agreeing to be contacted by Goodwill Southeast Georgia’s career specialists for follow up.

Together, Goodwill and Google are empowering people with the digital skills they need to advance their careers and transform their lives.

Technology is constantly changing, and having strong digital skills can lead to a successful job search and a fulfilling career. From strengthening basic computer skills to gaining in-depth knowledge of Google software, this digital skills program is designed to fit all levels of experience and interests.

Goodwill®, the United States’ leading workforce development nonprofit, is committed to equipping more than one million people— including people with disabilities and disadvantages, youth, older workers, veterans and military families, and people who are transitioning back into society — with the digital skills they need to advance their careers. Digital Skills courses taken through The Goodwill Digital Career Accelerator® is funded by Google.org and administered by Goodwill Industries International.