Goodwill’s Julie Hassan Recruits at Somerset County Job Fair

October 12, 2011, Johnstown Tribune-Democrat

On Thursday, October 20, 2011, Julie Hassan, Training and Recruitment Coordinator for Goodwill of the Southern Alleghenies attended the annual Somerset County job Fair at the Quality Inn to let job seekers know about the many employment opportunities with Goodwill.

Goodwill is in the business of putting people to work. That’s why its own employees are so important to the critical work that the agency does. Goodwill strives to recruit motivated, talented people who are passionate about business and passionate about people.

While the name “Goodwill” is one of the nation’s most valuable and recognized nonpprofit brands,, it is also a strongg leader in Workforce Developpment. In addition to operating 10 Goodwill Retail Stores in a six‐county area, Goodwill provides career development, job training, and employment services to people with barriers to employment.

Areas for which Goodwill recruits include Human Services, Career Counseling, Human Resources, Retail Management, Retail Sales, Accounting, Information Technology, Transportation, and Custodial.

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