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Mission Blog Posts – Workforce Development

Beyond the Environment: Goodwill Is Socially Sustainable

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This Earth Day, we think it's important to share just how Goodwill of Greater Washington operates as a socially sustainable organization.

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2021 Workplace Fashion Forecast: Spring & Summer Style

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Fashion lovers rejoice! Another benefit of getting back to the office is the ability to truly get the creative juices flowing a la workplace attire. It's time to experiment with your style again, taking into account the evolution of fashion throughout the past year. Here are some spring/summer fashion trends that we predict will be making waves.

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Vaccines in the Workplace – Should I Get One?

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It has been a long, painful, and trying year and that light at the end of the tunnel does not appear to be an oncoming train. This begs the question – now that I can get vaccinated, should I?

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Kim Jackson, Merchandise Processor

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As Women’s History Month draws to a close, we are proud to share the story of one of the many women who make Goodwill of Greater Washington successful and a great place to work. This time, we focus on Kim Jackson, a Merchandise Processor at our DC Goodwill store. She first found out about Goodwill when learning about our Medical Job Training Program. Up until that point, she was not familiar with Goodwill, but as she looked into our organization, she decided to seek employment with us. Kim has now been with Goodwill for over two years.

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Anita Dean, Goodwill General Manager

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As we continue to celebrate Women’s History Month, this week’s spotlight shifts to yet another of our valued team members at Goodwill of Greater Washington. Anita Dean is the recently promoted General Manager at our retail store and donation center in Clinton, MD. She joined us in 2018 as the Assistant Manager of our Bowie, MD store.

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Nicole Pokorski, Goodwill Retail Assistant Manager

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Once again, we are proud to celebrate Women’s History month by shining the spotlight on another of the many strong, successful women who help shape the mission of Goodwill of Greater Washington. This week it's Nicole Pokorski, the Assistant Retail Manager at our Herndon, VA store.

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Raenita Hector, Goodwill FDA Contract Site Project Manager

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As part of Women’s History Month we continue to shine the spotlight on some of the great women we are blessed to have as part of our Goodwill of Greater Washington team. This week, it's Raenita Hector, Project Manager at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Dr. Chelsea Kirk, Goodwill Excel Center School Director

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Since 1987, Women’s History Month has been celebrated every March in the United States. Its goal is to highlight women’s contribution to history, culture and society. In honor of that we wanted to shine the spotlight on Dr. Chelsea Kirk, the Goodwill Excel Center's School Director.

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5 Free Programs to Improve Your Leadership & Management Skills

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Be proactive. Focus on your professional development. Gain the skills that will take you to the next level and give you the competitive advantage necessary to set yourself apart from others inside or outside of your organization. If money is an issue, there are free resources available that can offer tremendous value.

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Biden’s Workforce Policies – Good for Goodwill?

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As we adjust to a change in our governmental leadership, we thought this would be a good time to look at the workforce policies the Biden administration is advocating. Our purpose is to merely outline what has been promised, not to offer any editorial comment.

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