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Goodwill looking to expand career center to create better opportunities

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Goodwill Industries is renovating one of their campuses to expand their career and technical training.

They’re planning a huge expansion of the Bendix Campus building to help people get higher paying jobs, creating better opportunities.

WSBT reports that The Excel Center, Goodwill’s free public school for adults, has occupied the Bendix Campus for several years. The company officially purchased the building last July and is renovating the remaining square footage, part of which will be used for E-Commerce donations and consumer pickup. The bulk of it will be devoted to career training.


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Charles U Farley February 8, 2022 at 9:11 am

“Goodwill Industries is purportedly pressuring its stores to adopt critical race theory-style training as part of the organization’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiative.”

From an article on TheFederalistdotcom published November 8th, 2021.


Carman Greenlee February 8, 2022 at 10:09 am

Stopped donating to Goodwill when I found out the CEO takes a paycheck from the free donations that people give them. Also wont give blood anymore and would never be an organ donor. People give blood and organs for free and then folks who use these free organs and blood have to pay through the nose when they need them. I saw paperwork with prices on the organs and blood I know what I am talking about. All three groups are in it for the money and they proved it. DISGUSTING! Period.


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