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ACT National Career Readiness Certificate

The ACT National Career Readiness Certificate, or NCRC, is a portable credential that demonstrates achievement and a certain level of workplace employability skills in applied mathematics, locating information and reading for information.


Learn Skills through Apprenticeships

An apprenticeship can offer a great opportunity to learn a skill or trade while getting paid. Find out about registered apprenticeships and access local programs.


OneDrive and Office Online

Goodwill Community Foundation provides online training courses at no cost that cover a variety of information technology topics. This training helps you learn how to use Microsoft OneDrive and Office Online.


Microsoft Office

Goodwill Community Foundation International provides free online training courses that cover a variety of subjects, including information technology. This training covers Microsoft Office.


Microsoft Excel

Goodwill Community Foundation offers free training on Microsoft Excel to help you create spreadsheets and workbooks, as well as organize, visualize and calculate data. Learning and updating technical skills can help expand your potential employment opportunities.


Computer Basics

Whether you are new to computers or are looking to stay current on the latest software, Goodwill Community Foundation’s 'Computer Basics' covers it all.


Tech Savvy Tips and Tricks

The Goodwill Community Foundation “Tech Savvy Tips and Tricks” tool highlights ways to keep your technology skills up-to-date and effective on the job or at school.


Learn Access 2016

Goodwill Community Foundation provides online training courses at no cost that cover a variety of subjects, including information technology. This training covers Microsoft Office Suite’s Access 2016.


Computer Networking Careers

If you thrive on soaking up technical knowledge and putting it to practical use, enjoy analytical problem solving and have an eye for details, consider a career in computer networking. You’ll need a technology-based bachelor’s degree to get started in the field.


Web or Computer Programming Careers

If you are enthusiastic about computers and continual learning, proficient in mathematics, patient and persistent, computer or web programming may be a great career choice for you.