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Mission Statement

Our mission is to eliminate barriers to work and independence.

Description

Serving Minnesota for nearly 100 years as a leader in workforce development, Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota provides education, job training and placement services to eliminate barriers to work and independence. Revenue from 45+ retail stores, along with other contributions, supports programs throughout MN. Our "donate-shop-reuse-educate-employ" model diverts over 50M pounds from landfills annually and brings us one step closer to a world where everyone experiences the power of work.

Reviews

Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota?

by Janice L. (2011-08-17 12:32:30.0)
Upon working for this Organization it was really a pleasant learning experience, the staff there is remarkable, helpful, loving, understanding, and will always go that extra mile to help and assist not just their employees but anyone who walks through their doors, I love them so dearly, words arent enough to describe. After my volunteering ended I did all I could to prolong my stay there where it's comforting, yet serious and rewarding career. I honestly would love to get back into the organization everyday truly was worth it. Karen Johnson, Dee Chatem, Ms. Jill, Sara in Corporate and her entire staff gave me the confidence to never give up and to this day although I'm not employeed at the moment I take in stride what they instilled in me "NEVER GIVE UP" and for that I'll be forever grateful. Thank you Goodwill of St. Paul for all the learning experiences that were provided for me and any and every volunteer that were excepted, your beautiful, beautiful, people.
by enrique a. from CO (2009-07-27 11:50:56.0)
Anybody, including organizations who care for those who bear physical disability(ies) who is non-profit, is my type of people. Enrique Aguayo