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A year from now you'll wish you started today.

Monthly Essential Computer Skills begin in multiple locations on Oct. 3 and Nov. 1!

Custodial Technician Certification begins October 10!

Ongoing professional development is key to consistent advancement in all industries and roles. Whether you’re looking for a first job, next step on your career path or new skill development, taking in-person and/or online courses can provide the knowledge and expertise needed to reach your goals.

Goodwill of the Heartland offers adult-friendly, convenient and affordable training and certification programs. Although scholarship eligibility differs by program, we have a wide range of funding sources that enable us to offer our programming to you with no out-of-pocket cost.

From basic computer skills to advanced technology, from the hospitality industry to social media marketing, we offer the courses you need. So, jump right in by browsing what we offer by category below or viewing all available opportunities on the calendar.


Interested in the Meta Elevate (Facebook)-Coursera Social Media Marketing Professional Certificate
or want to learn more about the Goodwill Digital Career Accelerator / Grow with Google?


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