Goodwill to Host TWO Job & Resource Fairs as Part of “Operation: GoodJobs” Initiative

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Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina (GIUMSC) is proudly hosting two Job & Resource Fairs in late-November as part of the organization’s Operation: GoodJobs initiative. These job fairs are designed to honor and assist the brave men and women who’ve served our nation by providing them access to valuable resources and opportunities as they establish themselves in civilian workforce.

November 28th in the Upstate and November 30th in the Midlands, these events are presented in partnership with TD Bank and will offer job seekers the chance to meet directly with a wide variety of companies with employment opportunities, as well as community organizations that provide crucial support services to South Carolina veterans at all stages of their career journey. Goodwill will also be on-site hiring for retail store positions ranging from Warehouse Associate to Store Manager.

“We are excited to host Operation: GoodJobs, presented by TD Bank, and show our unwavering commitment to the veterans who have sacrificed so much for our country,” said Pat Michaels, President & CEO of GIUMSC. “This event is a testament to our dedication to helping veterans build successful and fulfilling careers by connecting them with the right opportunities and resources.”

Both events will have private rooms available for on-site screenings and interviews. GIUMSC will also share information about their services, including a new program, Homebound Heroes. Homebound Heroes is GIUMSC’s Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program, dedicated to helping homeless military veterans in Upstate South Carolina reach their full potential through the power of work.

The Operation: Goodjobs Job & Resource Fairs are open to all job seekers, veterans, active-duty service members, and their families. Admission is free.

Visit for more information on both events or to register as a participating employer/organization.

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