Goodwill assisting employees displaced by COVID-19 get work

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(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona in their response to the virus crisis.)

By Veronica Harker | Chamber Business News

Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona has reopened its walk-in career centers to help job seekers displaced by COVID-19 who do not have access to a computer or the internet.

Anyone with a computer can also take advantage of the charity’s no-cost computer training, job placement and other career services at MyCareerAdvisor.com.

The decision to reopen the centers came last week after Gov. Doug Ducey included the nonprofit in the list of essential businesses and secured $2 million in funding to keep 400 workers employed and services available for those in need.

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