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  • Patrick Giblin - Real Jobs. Real Change. - Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
    Business Advisory Council Volunteer Opportunities Business Partners Careers at Goodwill Search Our Careers When Patrick moved to Boston from Ohio in 2012 he was unemployed and a little lost by his own telling He had attended a Jesuit high school where community service was held in high regard and he wanted to help others but he wasn t quite sure how to do it and he needed a job From a friend who works at Boston Medical Center he heard about Goodwill s Human Services Employment Ladder Program or HELP I thought this might be the right program for me he said It was Patrick completed the two month program in February 2014 and not long thereafter was hired as a vocational counselor at MABWorks a community based day program operated by MAB Community Services a non profit that serves the visually impaired as well as individuals with brain injuries and developmental disabilities It is one of nearly a dozen employers that partners with Goodwill s HELP program Mary Moylan the director of day services at MAB Works said Patrick was a good fit for their organization and a natural at helping others In fact Patrick was promoted to assistant program manager not long after he started at MAB Works This has been a smooth transition for me Patrick said I wanted to work in human services and when I came to MAB I really fell in love with the energy and the vibe It feels good to be making a difference in people s lives Did you know Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries was founded in 1895 in Boston s South End to provide residents with jobs and to furnish the community with low cost goods It was the first in what is now a worldwide network of 165 independent

    Original URL path: http://www.goodwillmass.org/outlook/35-success-stories/543-patrick-giblin-real-jobs-real-change.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Patrick Giblin - Real Jobs. Real Change. - Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
    Gifts of Stock The Goodwill Monthly Donor Club Matching Gifts Memorial and Tribute Gifts Patrick Giblin Real Jobs Real Change Patrick Giblin Real Jobs Real Change Goodwill s human services training program made a difference in Patrick Giblin s life And now he is making a difference in the lives of others When Patrick moved to Boston from Ohio in 2012 he was unemployed and a little lost by his own telling He had attended a Jesuit high school where community service was held in high regard and he wanted to help others but he wasn t quite sure how to do it and he needed a job From a friend who works at Boston Medical Center he heard about Goodwill s Human Services Employment Ladder Program or HELP I thought this might be the right program for me he said It was Patrick completed the two month program in February 2014 and not long thereafter was hired as a vocational counselor at MABWorks a community based day program operated by MAB Community Services a non profit that serves the visually impaired as well as individuals with brain injuries and developmental disabilities It is one of nearly a dozen employers that partners with Goodwill s HELP program Mary Moylan the director of day services at MAB Works said Patrick was a good fit for their organization and a natural at helping others In fact Patrick was promoted to assistant program manager not long after he started at MAB Works This has been a smooth transition for me Patrick said I wanted to work in human services and when I came to MAB I really fell in love with the energy and the vibe It feels good to be making a difference in people s lives Did you know Goodwill stores

    Original URL path: http://www.goodwillmass.org/gifts/memorial-and-tribute-gifts/35-success-stories/543-patrick-giblin-real-jobs-real-change.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Danielle Singleton - Real Jobs. Real Change. - Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
    Services for Individuals with Disabilities Ability One Goodwill s Youth Initiative Business Services Job and Career Fairs Onsite Recruitment Community Based Employment Business Advisory Council Volunteer Opportunities Business Partners Careers at Goodwill Search Our Careers Donations Donation Centers and Hours What to Donate Tax Receipts and Valuation Guide Put Your Clothes to Work College Hunks Priority Pick Up Donate Calculator Donate Movement Dell Reconnect Danielle Singleton Real Jobs Real Change Danielle Singleton Real Jobs Real Change When Danielle Singleton came to Boston Career Link she had been unemployed for almost two years A military veteran and single mother with two young children she was very concerned about how she was going to make ends meet I had to find a job Danielle said My situation wasn t good Boston Career Link is the one stop career center operated by Goodwill In recent years it has been enhancing its services to veterans and now has a veteran representative to help with their career needs He gave me hope Danielle said of Mark Bryson the veteran representative I wanted to work in the medical field but when that wasn t working he encouraged me to look elsewhere and helped me find the right things Danielle is now an office support specialist for the Massachusetts Department of Revenue and tributes much of her current situation to Mark and the services she received at Boston Career Link Things really worked out much better for me Danielle said This job pays better than what I would have found in the medical field I was going nowhere until I came to the career center but working with Mark really paid off Did you know Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries Youth Initiative benefits young people every year from an after school academy to a mentoring program Learn more

    Original URL path: http://www.goodwillmass.org/donations/donation-centers-and-hours/35-success-stories/545-danielle-singleton-real-jobs-real-change.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Jonathan Johnson – Real Jobs. Real Change. - Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
    Career Services Boston Career Link Beyond Jobs Clothing Collaborative for Job Trainees Services for Individuals with Disabilities Ability One Goodwill s Youth Initiative Business Services Job and Career Fairs Onsite Recruitment Community Based Employment Business Advisory Council Volunteer Opportunities Business Partners Careers at Goodwill Search Our Careers Programs Job Training and Placement Services Career Services Boston Career Link Beyond Jobs Clothing Collaborative for Job Trainees Services for Individuals with Disabilities Ability One Goodwill s Youth Initiative Jonathan Johnson Real Jobs Real Change Jonathan Johnson Real Jobs Real Change There is no bigger Boston sports fan than Jonathan Johnson That means donors at Goodwill s attended donation center in Peabody where Jonathan works as an attendant can also chat a bit about the Red Sox s latest trade or the Patriots best comeback I like talking about sports said Jonathan who first came to Goodwill through its School to Work program while he was attending Lynn English High School The School to Work program provides job exploration and hands on experiences to special needs high school students who wish to explore vocational opportunities in their communities After working as a baker s assistant and in several other positions Jonathan returned to Goodwill for more training and was hired at the Peabody donation center when it opened Did you know Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries collaborates with hundreds of employers to promote and facilitate the hiring of individuals facing barriers to employment These collaborations bring trained dedicated employees to the workforce and help people achieve independence and dignity Learn more about our Business Services Danielle Singleton Real Jobs Real Change When Danielle Singleton came to Boston Career Link she had been unemployed for almost two years A military veteran and single mother with two young children she was very concerned about how she

    Original URL path: http://www.goodwillmass.org/programs/clothing-collaborative-for-job-trainees/35-success-stories/458-jonathan-johnson-i-will-work.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Rose Displays - Real Jobs. Real Change. - Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
    Jobs Clothing Collaborative for Job Trainees Services for Individuals with Disabilities Ability One Goodwill s Youth Initiative Business Services Job and Career Fairs Onsite Recruitment Community Based Employment Business Advisory Council Volunteer Opportunities Business Partners Careers at Goodwill Search Our Careers Rose Displays Real Jobs Real Change Rose Displays Real Jobs Real Change Jenika Woodbury loves coming to work at Rose Displays in Salem She can do something she likes interact with her colleagues and work on her goal of someday working in the food service industry Jenika is part of Goodwill s Employment Supports Program which works with individuals who have disabilities In Salem the participants work in mobile crews that go onsite to employer partners places of business This works well for the companies and creates an integrated work environment for the participants Dean Rubin CEO of Rose Displays loves having Jenika and the other Goodwill participants there where they perform light assembly projects We are delighted to have Goodwill here said Dean whose company helps retailers meet their visual communications goals with its sign hanging and interactive products They provide a valuable service that is critical to the completion of our product Goodwill and Rose Displays have worked together for 10 years For Dean the partnership makes sense from a business perspective but also for its community value Being able to work gives everyone a strong sense of self worth Dean said Don t we all need that We re helping people help themselves by working and I think that s very important You will get no argument from Jenika Did you know Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries provides shoppers access to good quality clothing and household items with more than one million retail transactions every year Learn more about our Stores North Suffolk Mental Health Association Real

    Original URL path: http://www.goodwillmass.org/the-good-party-2011/35-success-stories/546-rose-displays-real-jobs-real-change.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Patrick Giblin - Real Jobs. Real Change. - Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
    Guide Put Your Clothes to Work College Hunks Priority Pick Up Donate Calculator Donate Movement Dell Reconnect Patrick Giblin Real Jobs Real Change Patrick Giblin Real Jobs Real Change Goodwill s human services training program made a difference in Patrick Giblin s life And now he is making a difference in the lives of others When Patrick moved to Boston from Ohio in 2012 he was unemployed and a little lost by his own telling He had attended a Jesuit high school where community service was held in high regard and he wanted to help others but he wasn t quite sure how to do it and he needed a job From a friend who works at Boston Medical Center he heard about Goodwill s Human Services Employment Ladder Program or HELP I thought this might be the right program for me he said It was Patrick completed the two month program in February 2014 and not long thereafter was hired as a vocational counselor at MABWorks a community based day program operated by MAB Community Services a non profit that serves the visually impaired as well as individuals with brain injuries and developmental disabilities It is one of nearly a dozen employers that partners with Goodwill s HELP program Mary Moylan the director of day services at MAB Works said Patrick was a good fit for their organization and a natural at helping others In fact Patrick was promoted to assistant program manager not long after he started at MAB Works This has been a smooth transition for me Patrick said I wanted to work in human services and when I came to MAB I really fell in love with the energy and the vibe It feels good to be making a difference in people s lives Eric Chouinard

    Original URL path: http://www.goodwillmass.org/donations/tax-receipts/tax-receipt-thank-you/35-success-stories/543-patrick-giblin-real-jobs-real-change.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Danielle Singleton - Real Jobs. Real Change. - Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
    Business Services Job and Career Fairs Onsite Recruitment Community Based Employment Business Advisory Council Volunteer Opportunities Business Partners Careers at Goodwill Search Our Careers Programs Job Training and Placement Services Career Services Boston Career Link Beyond Jobs Clothing Collaborative for Job Trainees Services for Individuals with Disabilities Ability One Goodwill s Youth Initiative Danielle Singleton Real Jobs Real Change Danielle Singleton Real Jobs Real Change When Danielle Singleton came to Boston Career Link she had been unemployed for almost two years A military veteran and single mother with two young children she was very concerned about how she was going to make ends meet I had to find a job Danielle said My situation wasn t good Boston Career Link is the one stop career center operated by Goodwill In recent years it has been enhancing its services to veterans and now has a veteran representative to help with their career needs He gave me hope Danielle said of Mark Bryson the veteran representative I wanted to work in the medical field but when that wasn t working he encouraged me to look elsewhere and helped me find the right things Danielle is now an office support specialist for the Massachusetts Department of Revenue and tributes much of her current situation to Mark and the services she received at Boston Career Link Things really worked out much better for me Danielle said This job pays better than what I would have found in the medical field I was going nowhere until I came to the career center but working with Mark really paid off Did you know Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries was founded in 1895 in Boston s South End to provide residents with jobs and to furnish the community with low cost goods It was the first in what

    Original URL path: http://www.goodwillmass.org/programs/clothing-collaborative-for-job-trainees/35-success-stories/545-danielle-singleton-real-jobs-real-change.html (2016-02-09)
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