Career Centers Locations
Goodwill’s career centers offer free services to help you build your future. Career guidance, interview preparation, resume assistance and job search help are available at our career centers across the state. Goodwill has helped thousands of Arkansans find jobs. Visit a career center near you!
Free Online Courses
Goodwill offers free online courses in key skills that are needed to earn a living in the emerging global economy. The top choices for the more than 34 million online learners include English, Excel, Word, basic math, computer and everyday life skills, These online channels have more than 1,000 lessons, videos and interactive activities that are responsive to a variety of learning styles.
Goodwill hosts hiring events across the state to connect talented employees with employers. Find an upcoming hiring event on our online calendar.
Job Training Services
Job training services allow individuals to engage in skill attainment sessions on a short-term basis. These vocational and career training programs allow clients to identify interests and learn new skills to prepare for the workforce.
Basic Computer Skills
Staff will assist individuals with basic computer skills based on the individual’s level of understanding and proficiency. These services are provided through one-on-one assistance and online through
Staff will collaborate with participants to assess current situation, assist people in developing or reestablishing attitudes, interpersonal skills, and work behaviors that will help them move toward, or achieve, employment.
This consists of job exploration/assessment through www.mynextmove.org. Results are used to compare an individual’s interests with work skills to determine the best occupational areas.
Job Readiness Skills
Individuals will receive a fundamental overview on job search, application and resume completion and interview preparation through a regularly scheduled workshop, virtually through www.s2sacademy.org or individually by appointment.
We serve individuals with specific employment needs on an individualized level. Individuals have the option to participate in one, or all, of the components.
Staff will collaborate with participants to assess current situation, create an individualized employment plan, establish case management, and receive referrals for support services.
Job Application Assistance
Staff to provide feedback on the way the job seeker completes an application. The job seeker will be able to use this completed, critiqued application to complete future paper and online job applications. This document will also be used as a starting point to create a resume.
Job seekers will meet with a staff member to create a new resume or to have a current resume reviewed. Resume printing services are available.
Job seekers will be provided with the most common interview questions in order to prepare for an interview. Individuals will have the opportunity to participate in mock interviews with staff and participate in an interactive online interview learning course through www.s2sacademy.org. If interview or employment attire is needed, staff will assist with personal shopping to ensure clothing is appropriate for the interview/meets employment dress code. If an individual is unable to obtain these items, mission money is available for use.
Central Career Services Manager
7400 Scott Hamilton Drive
Little Rock, AR
72209 501.372.5100 x1221 office
NEA Career Services Manager
1515 S Caraway Rd.
Jonesboro, AR 72401
NWA Career Services Manager
3157 West Sunset Avenue
Springdale, AR 72762