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June 10, 2014 James Harder


Goodwill Offers Training for Work in Human Services July 7Aug. 28

Screenings to register for HELP program:
Tuesdays 3-4:30 pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9:30-11 am

WHAT: HELP (Human Services Employment Ladder Program) is Goodwills
innovative course for job seekers interested in careers helping others.
The two month program prepares participants to become entry-level
direct support professionals in human services. Students learn the
essentials of the field while gaining a significant amount of experience in
personal interaction with disadvantaged populations. Students learn the
nuts and bolts of direct care including terminology and methods,
motivating and managing client behaviors, maintaining boundaries and
identifying career paths. Graduates become qualified to fill the increasing
need for caring, professional workers in community residences, shelters,
day programs and other human services settings.

WHO: Individuals who are interested in a career in human services.

WHEN: The HELP class runs Monday-Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., from July 7 to
Aug. 28. Contact Diane Clarke Delehanty, program coordinator, for more
information at 617-541-1243 or

WHERE: Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries, 1010 Harrison Avenue, Boston,
MA 02119

For more than a century, Goodwill has provided job training programs and partnered
with the business community to provide meaningful work opportunities for individuals
with barriers to self-sufficiency. Goodwill also operates Boston Career Link, a one-stop
career center that offers universal access to a broad range of services for job seekers.
The Goodwill Stores in eastern and central Massachusetts provide jobs and on-the-job
training opportunities while they offer quality, low-cost goods to individuals and families
looking for value. To learn more, visit Goodwill online at or follow
us on social media @goodwillboston.