Goodwill Industries Presents at Ryan's Place

Career Coach Mary Coffey Mills with Goodwill Industries led a career workshop at Ryan’s Place on January 28th.


Mary helped the clients to gain career confidence and insight. Job searching can create a fair amount of anxiety, fear and vulnerability in people. She focused on each client and their individual needs. She brought encouragement and excitement about future career paths. We look forward to seeing the success that the clients will achieve while working with Mary and Goodwill Industries.


Goodwill Industries is dedicated to helping clients reach their goals by:

- Building essential workplace skills,Earning a credential or degree

- Planning your career

- Creating your resume

- Practicing your job search and interview skills

- Getting your finances in order or Connecting to what you need to get ahead – resources like transportation, childcare, professional clothes and more


Goodwill organizations are taking a range of approaches to ensure that youth and adults are equipped to successfully participate in the demanding labor market of the 21st century. Goodwill is committed to sustaining and expanding the supports being provided to help individuals reach their career and earning goals and fully contribute to their community’s economic well-being.


Mary brought encouragement and excitement about future career paths. KCEOC Community Action Partnership looks forward to seeing the success that the clients will achieve while working with Mary and Goodwill Industries.

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